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This section describes the upgrade procedure of ePSX application in a standalone SBC configuration.

Procedure

Perform following steps to upgrade the ePSX Application in a standalone SBC configuration.

  1. Download the ePSX upgrade package ePSX-V09.01.01R000.tar.gz from SalesForce customer portal and copy it to your local PC or server.
     
  2. Transfer the ePSX upgrade package to /opt/sonus/external directory of SBC server.

    Example:
    % sftp -oPort=2024 sftpadmin@WFDSBC01a
    Connecting to WFDSBC01a...
    sftpadmin@WFDSBC01a’s password: <sftpadmin>
    sftp> put ePSX-V09.01.01R000.tar.gz /opt/sonus/external
    sftp> quit

    Filezilla is also a supported tool to upload the files to /opt/sonus/external directory of SBC.

  3. Check the ePSX current status using the following CLI command.

    admin@WFDSBC01a> show table vmApplication ePSX status
                                                                                            	PACKAGE        INSTALLED      	INTERNAL IP
    CE NAME                 STATE    REASON  OS VERSION                        APP VERSION    	VERSION        CONFIGURATION  	ADDRESS
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    WFDSBC01a  				running  na      Linux_2.6.32-279.11.1.el6.x86_64  V09.01.00R000  	V09.01.00R000  standaloneEPSX   169.254.77.2
    [ok][2013-05-17 08:02:25
    
  4. Login to the CLI on the SBC server. At the CLI prompt, start the ePSX upgrade using the following command.
    request vmApplication ePSX admin <SBC_server> vmUpgrade package <ePSX_Upgrade_Package_Name>

    admin@WFDSBC01a> request vmApplication ePSX admin WFDSBC01a vmUpgrade package ePSX-V09.01.01R000.tar.gz
    This command will restart the virtual machine. Do you want to continue (yes,no) yes
    Proceeding
    result success
    reason Upgrade successfully started.
    [ok][2013-05-17 08:03:24]
    admin@WFDSBC01a>
    The package name does not contain the package path.
  5. Once the upgrade starts, monitor the status using the following CLI commands.

    admin@WFDSBC01a> show table vmApplication ePSX status
                                                                                              				PACKAGE       INSTALLED      INTERNAL IP
    CE NAME                 STATE    				REASON  OS VERSION                        APP VERSION   VERSION       CONFIGURATION  ADDRESS
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    WFDSBC01a				upgradingOrReverting  	na      Linux_2.6.32-279.11.1.el6.x86_64  V09.01.00R000 V09.01.00R000 standaloneEPSX 169.254.77.2
    [ok][2013-05-17 08:16:11]
    
    admin@WFDSBC01a> show table vmApplication ePSX upgradeStatus
    CE NAME                 STATE
    -----------------------------------
    WFDSBC01a				upgrading
    [ok][2013-05-17 08:04:34]
  6. Verify that the upgrade is completed using the following CLI commands.

    admin@WFDSBC01a> show table vmApplication ePSX upgradeStatus
    CE NAME                 STATE
    ----------------------------------
    WFDSBC01a				complete
    [ok][2013-05-17 08:16:13]
    
    
    admin@WFDSBC01a> show table vmApplication ePSX status
                                                                                              PACKAGE        INSTALLED      	INTERNAL IP
    CE NAME                 STATE    REASON  OS VERSION                        APP VERSION    VERSION        CONFIGURATION  	ADDRESS
    --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    WFDSBC01a				running  na      Linux_2.6.32-279.11.1.el6.x86_64  V09.01.01R000  V09.01.00R000  standaloneEPSX     169.254.77.2
    [ok][2013-05-17 08:16:11]

    While ePSX is upgrading, the SBC application must stay running. During this time, no calls are allowed through the ePSX.

    There is no commit action during ePSX upgrades.