Updating Ivanti EPMM using the CLI
Use the Ivanti EPMM CLI as an alternate way to upgrade Core. When you upgrade Ivanti EPMM it is important to properly set up the environment and all necessary components. Read and complete each section before upgrading Ivanti EPMM using the CLI:
Configuring your update repo
To configure your update repo:
- Log into the CLI using the administrator account you created during installation.
Enter the following command to switch to EXEC Privileged mode: enable
Enter the password for enabling the EXEC Privileged mode.
The command line prompt changes: #
Enter the following command to enable CONFIG mode: configure terminal
Enter the following command to specify the URL and credentials for the repo:
software repository https://support.mobileiron.com/mi/vsp/<version and build number>/mobileiron-<version and build number> <username><password>
software repository https://support.mobileiron.com/mi/vsp/22.214.171.124-96/mobileiron-126.96.36.199-96 <username> <password>
In the above command, <username> and <password> are your company's download/documentation credentials as provided by Ivanti, Inc Technical Support.
For the URL of the Ivanti EPMM release to which you want to upgrade. see “Ivanti EPMM upgrade URL” in the release notes for that Ivanti EPMM release.
Initiating the upgrade
Under no circumstances should you restart the upgrade. Contact MobileIron Technical Support if you need assistance.
Enter the following command to exit CONFIG mode: end
To list the updates available, enter the following command: software checkupdate
- Confirm that there are no errors displayed.
Enter the following command to download the latest available updates: software update
After all the listed updates are installed, enter the following command to reload the appliance: reload
The following message displays: System configuration may have been modified. Save? [yes/no]
The following message displays: Proceed with reload? [yes/no]
Enter yes. The reboot could take up to 15 minutes to complete.
The following error might display on the console and should be resolved after you complete the remaining upgrade steps:
modprobe: FATAL: Could not load /lib/modules/2.6.18.c15/modules.dcp: No such file or directory
To confirm that the upgrade is complete, make sure you can log into the Admin Portal: https://<FQDN>/mifs.