Manage Panorama Software Updates
to perform the tasks described in the following table.
By default, the Panorama management server saves up to two software updates. To make space for newer updates, the server automatically deletes the oldest update. You can change the number of software images that Panorama saves and manually delete images to free up space.
Refer to Install Content and Software Updates for Panorama for important information about version compatibility.
To upload a software image when Panorama does not have access to the Internet, use a browser to visit the Software Update site, locate the desired release and download the software image to a computer that Panorama can access, select
Browseto and select the software image, and click
OK. When the upload is complete, the Available column displays
If Panorama has access to the Internet,
Download(Action column) the desired release. When the download is complete, the Available column displays Downloaded.
Install(Action column) the software image. When the installation finishes, Panorama logs you out while it reboots.
Panorama periodically performs a file system integrity check (FSCK) to prevent corruption of the Panorama system files. This check occurs after eight reboots or at a reboot that occurs 90 days after the last FSCK. A warning appears in the web interface and SSH login screens if an FSCK is in progress and you cannot log in until it completes. The time to complete this process varies by storage system size; for a large system, it can take several hours before you can log back into Panorama. To view progress, set up console access to Panorama.
If Panorama has access to the Internet, you can access the
Release Notesfor the desired software release and review the release changes, fixes, known issues, compatibility issues, and changes to default behavior.
If Panorama does not have access to the Internet, use a browser to visit the Software Update site and download the appropriate release.
Deletes a software image when no longer needed or when you want to free up space for more images.