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Upgrade ASR9K 5.3.3

rortizal
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

How i can do upgrade if i have the TAR file from RSP1

RP/0/RSP0/CPU0:ASR9006(admin)#install add tar net/node0_RSP1_CPU0/hardisk:ASR9K-iosxr-px-K9-5.3.3.tar
Wed Apr 13 06:41:45.241 UTC
Error: Invalid source name 'net/node0_RSP1_CPU0/hardisk:ASR9K-iosxr-px-K9-5.3.3.tar' specified in pie file path.
Error: The pie file may be obtained from any of the following sources:
Error: - Disk0 disk0:
Error: - Disk1 disk1:
Error: - Bootflash bootflash:
Error: - Harddisk harddisk:
Error: - Compactflash compactflash:
Error: - TFTP tftp://
Error: - SFTP sftp://
Error: - FTP ftp://
Error: - RCP rcp://
Error: - Disk0a disk0a:
Error: - Disk1a disk1a:
Error: - Disk0b disk0b:
Error: - Disk1b disk1b:
Error: - Harddiska harddiska:
Error: - Harddiskb harddiskb:
Error: - Usb usb:

Any have some answer for this situation??

regards

Alex Ortiz

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Eddie Chami
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

This is what you need to do:

1) copy the .TAR from RSP1 to RSP0 this is how you do that:

copy harddisk:ASR9K-iosxr-px-K9-5.3.3.tar location 0/rsp1/cpu0 harddisk: loc 0/rsp0/cpu0

2) Once the .TAR is on RSP0 (or active RSP) this is how you install it:

admin install add harddisk:/ASR9K-iosxr-px-K9-5.3.3.tar

Pay attention to the forward slash after harddisk:/

install add harddisk:/

Regards

Eddie.

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