Upgrade Ubuntu in single-node
Before you begin
Ensure that EFA is at release 3.1.0 or later.
Upgrade if necessary. For more information, see EFA Upgrade.
Ensure that the nodes you want to upgrade are healthy and that EFA services are operating.
About this taskEFA is supported on Ubuntu 16.04,
18.04, and 20.04 as described in Supported Platforms and Deployment Models for Fabric Manager. You can upgrade from 16.04 to 18.04 and 18.04 to 20.04 while EFA is
Update the Ubuntu package
database, and then upgrade all Ubuntu packages for standalone deployments.
sudo apt update && sudo apt update -y
To upgrade Ubuntu on a single
node, take the following steps:
Run the following
command to install the packages that have been kept back.
sudo apt-get upgrade <package-name>
If any package upgrade requires reboot of server, reboot the
Upgrade the node.
# sudo do-release-upgrade
EFA is not operational
while the upgrade is in progress.
Reboot the system.
Verify that EFA is operational. Perform the following (from the EFA command line) on both nodes.
- Run efa status to verify that both nodes are
- Run sudo efactl status to verify that all
pods on the active node are in Running state.
- Run sudo efactl db-status to verify that the
MariaDB is active (running)