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system-image-cli - Ubuntu System Image Upgrader command line script
This script upgrades the system to the latest available image (i.e. build number). With no options, this script checks the latest version available on the server and calculates an upgrade path to that version from the system's current version. If an upgrade path is found, the relevant files are downloaded and the upgrade is applied by rebooting the system into recovery mode.
-h, --help Show the program's message and exit. --version Show the program's version number and exit. -b NUMBER, --build NUMBER Override the device's current build number just this once. NUMBER must be an integer. Use -b 0 for force an upgrade. -c CHANNEL, --channel CHANNEL Override the device's upgrade channel just this once. Use in combination with --build 0 to switch channels. --switch CHANNEL This is a convenience alias for the combination of -b 0 -c CHANNEL. It is an easier way to switch channels. If -switch is given with -b and/or -c, the latter take precedence. --list-channels Lists the available channels, including aliases, and exits. -d DEVICE, --device DEVICE Override the device name just this once. -f FILTER, --filter FILTER Filter the candidate upgrade paths to only contain full or delta updates. FILTER must be either full or delta. -m IMAGENO, --maximage IMAGENO Cap a winning upgrade path to image number IMAGENO. All images with a version number greater than IMAGENO will be ignored. For example, if the winning upgrade path is 200:204:304 and you give -m 205, the upgrade will not include image number 304. Note that this capping happens after the winning upgrade path is selected. -i, --info Show some information about the current device, including the current build number, device name, and channel, then exit. -n, --dry-run Calculate and print the upgrade path, but do not download or apply it. New in system-image 2.5.1: output displays the target phase percentage -p VALUE, --percentage VALUE For testing purposes, force a device specific phase percentage. The value must be an integer between 0 and 100. New in system-image 2.5.1 -g, --no-apply Downloads all files and prepares for, but does not actually apply the update. On devices which require a reboot to apply the update, no reboot is performed. -v, --verbose Increase the logging verbosity. With one -v, logging goes to the console in addition to the log file, and logging at INFO level is enabled. With two -v (or -vv), logging both to the console and to the log file are output at DEBUG level. -C DIR, --config DIR Use the given configuration directory, otherwise use the system default. The program will read all the files in this directory that begin with a number, followed by an underscore, and ending in .ini (e.g. 03_myconfig.ini). The files are read in sorted numerical order from lowest prefix number to highest, with later configuration files able to override any variable in any section. --factory-reset Wipes the data partition and issues a reboot into recovery. This effectively performs a device factory reset. --show-settings Show all the key/value pairs in the settings database. --progress [dots|logfile|json] Report progress in various ways. dots prints some dots every once in a while to stderr; this mimic what was available in system-image 2.5. logfile prints messages at debug level to the system-image log file, and is also available in 2.5 (via the --verbose flag). json prints JSON records to stdout. New in system-image 3.0 --get KEY Print the value for the given key in the settings database. If the key is missing, a default value is printed. May be given multiple times. --set KEY=VALUE Set the value for the given key in the settings database. If the key is missing it is added. May be given multiple times. --del KEY Deletes the given key from the settings database. If the key does not exist, this is a no-op. May be given multiple times. --override-gsm Allows an update to proceed while the device is on GSM and currently set to only use wifi. This is only effective when using ubuntu-download-manager. New in system-image 3.1.
/etc/system-image/[0-9]+*.ini Default configuration files.
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