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Rather than get into details here, I urge you to check out this announcement post.
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    Default Monitoring upgrade inquire

    Hi Experts,

    Is there any method can monitoring the upgrade process?
    As I know, /var/log/[ ? ] may do this action, but I don't sure which exact location is it.
    For example, I would like upgrade R77.20 to R77.30, thanks.

    Regards,
    Gary

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    Default Re: Monitoring upgrade inquire

    You ask when you upgrade from a minor version or what kind of upgrade?

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    Default Re: Monitoring upgrade inquire

    Quote Originally Posted by garywu View Post
    Hi Experts,

    Is there any method can monitoring the upgrade process?
    As I know, /var/log/[ ? ] may do this action, but I don't sure which exact location is it.
    For example, I would like upgrade R77.20 to R77.30, thanks.

    Regards,
    Gary
    You can do a tail -f on the files under directory /opt/CPInstLog during the upgrade. There are numerous installation log files written there and not just one to monitor though. Normally you wouldn't look at these unless you are trying to diagnose why an upgrade failed after the fact.
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