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by lunarg on May 13th 2020, at 10:00
This article is a reference guide for updating the firmware on switches. As I handle a broad range of switch vendors and models, I got tired of looking up the commands, and decided to bundle it all here in one place for easy reference.

Note that this document is not a step-by-step guide to update a specific switch but rather a reference for which CLI-commands to use.

First, look up current version and active boot bank. Can be either A: or B:

show boot system stack-unit 1upgrade system tftp://10.0.0.1/FTOS-SK-9.9.0.0P9.bin B:conf tboot system stack-unit 1 primary system://Bendwr memreload

When upgrading from USB-stick, change tftp:// to usbflash://. USB-stick needs to be FAT32.

To do

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by lunarg on December 2nd 2019, at 14:41

HPE has determined an issue with certain HPE SAS Solid State Drives (SSDs) which have a bug in their firmware causing a drive failure at 32,768 hours of operation. A critical patch has been releases to address the issue.

More information: https://support.hpe.com/hpsc/doc/public/display?docId=emr_na-a00092491en_us

by lunarg on October 13th 2014, at 12:46
Installing a firmware upgrade on your Dell Force10 MXL IOM works similar (but slightly differently) than the other Force10 series. There are two things to upgrade: the IOM firmware and IOM operating system. The first has to be upgraded through CMC (not documented here), the second through the switch itself.

To upgrade FTOS, you need console access (can be SSH/Telnet) to the switch and an SCP/FTP/TFTP server.

If you have none of these, you can download tftp32/64. This is a light-weight TFTP-server which does not need to be installed and can be run as an application on any networked computer. Place the downloaded firmware (the BIN-file) in the same location as the tftp32/64 executable and st  ...
by lunarg on April 4th 2013, at 10:19

A complete list of firmware updates of all Intel-based Macs can be found here, together with download links:

http://support.apple.com/kb/ht1237

 
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