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KB450413 – Updating PetaSAN to Latest Version

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Scope/Description

This article will cover how to update your PetaSAN nodes to the latest version. It may be necessary to perform this when standing up a second cluster with the intent of replicating data between the two.

Prerequisites

  • An installed and configured PetaSAN based Ceph cluster
  • PuTTy or similar SSH utility to SSH into the PetaSAN nodes
  • Admin credentials for each node
  • Internet access

Steps

  • SSH into the terminal via PuTTy or another preferred SSH utility and log in with Admin credentials

  • Ensure the nodes are pointing towards our dedicated 45Drives repository under “PetaSAN updates” by running the following command:
cat /etc/apt/sources.list

 

  • Once this is verified, we run the command:
apt update

This command gives us a list of all the packages that can be updated and prepares everything to be updated.

  • To make updating easier and require less interaction from the user, we’ll be applying the following
export DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive


Since it’s likely there will be many packages that need to be updated, we’ll be making this update process occur without user input.

  • Now it’s time to apply the updates to everything. Run the following command and type “y” to continue.
apt -o Dpkg::Options::="--force-confdef" upgrade

  • We will not install the PetaSAN update with the following command:
apt install petasan

Verification

Make sure everything is installed with the following command

dpkg -s petasan | grep Version

 

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