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Update OmniOS


You can update OmniOS independently from napp-it but some napp-it features take care only about last OmniOS LTS and current stable.
I always suggest to use the last OmniOS LTS or the current stable. You can use the current bloody if you want to check newest features

Prior an update you should check number of bootenvironments.
You should delete some bootenvironments if number is > 30


Update of OmniiOS is always done in three steps
- dismount old omnios repository
- mount new omnios repository
- pkg update

A BE/ Bootenvironment is always created for the OS state prior the update.
After the update you can boot into the new OS release or select the former state/BE during bootup.

Easiest way for an update:
- allow SSH root access (Services > SSH)
- connect as root via Putty (Windows app)
- copy/past the commands into the Putty Window (without the # at the beginning of a command) with a mouse right-click

Update OmniOS bloody

This is the newest development line that is base of the next stable every 6 months

Update from a bloody to a newer bloody release:
# pkg update

Update from a stable to a bloody
# pkg unset-publisher omnios
# pkg set-publisher -P --set-property signature-policy=verify -g http://pkg.omniti.com/omnios/bloody/ omnios
# pkg update



Update to OmniOS 151020 stable

https://omnios.omniti.com/wiki.php/Upgrade to r151020

You can update to 151020 up from 151014 directly otherwise go over 151018.
As SunSSH is replaced from SunSSH to OpenSSH, you should update first to 151018 from an earlier release, remove SunSSH and update then to 151020

Step1: update to 151018
# pkg unset-publisher omnios
# pkg set-publisher -P --set-property signature-policy=require-signatures -g http://pkg.omniti.com/omnios/r151018/ omnios
# pkg update
# reboot


Step 2 :remove SunSSH
#pkg install --no-backup-be --reject pkg:/network/ssh --reject pkg:/network/ssh/ssh-key --reject pkg:/service/network/ssh --reject pkg:/service/network/ssh-common pkg:/network/openssh pkg:/network/openssh-server

Step3: update to 151020
# pkg unset-publisher omnios
# pkg set-publisher -P --set-property signature-policy=require-signatures -g http://pkg.omniti.com/omnios/r151020/ omnios
# pkg update
# reboot



Update to OmniOS 151018 stable

Update possible from 151006+
https://omnios.omniti.com/wiki.php/Upgrade to r151014

# pkg unset-publisher omnios
# pkg set-publisher -P --set-property signature-policy=require-signatures -g http://pkg.omniti.com/omnios/r151018/ omnios
# pkg update
# reboot



Update to OmniOS 151014 LTS

Update possible from 151006+
https://omnios.omniti.com/wiki.php/Upgrade to r151014

# pkg unset-publisher omnios
# pkg set-publisher -P --set-property signature-policy=require-signatures -g http://pkg.omniti.com/omnios/r151014/ omnios
# pkg update
# reboot

napp-it 21.02.2017