Sample session: "add system image"
The following example shows a session in which the add system image command is used to upgrade to the xxx.iso system image where xxx is the file name of the ISO image you have downloaded. In the following example, the image 3.2.1R1 is used.
vyatta@vyatta:~$ add system image /home/vyatta/xxx.iso Checking MD5 checksums of files on the ISO image...OK. Done! What would you like to name this image? [3.2.1R1]: OK. This image will be named: 3.2.1R1 Installing "3.2.1R1" image. Copying new release files... Would you like to save the current configuration directory and config file? (Yes/No) [Yes]: Copying current configuration... Would you like to save the SSH host keys from your current configuration? (Yes/No) [Yes]: Copying SSH keys... Setting up grub configuration... Done. vyatta@vyatta:~$
The following example shows how to display installed images.
vyatta@vyatta:~$ show system image The system currently has the following image(s) installed: 1: xxx (default boot) 2: yyy (running version)