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-v Verbose output: report things which don't respond.
--ifname The name of a NIC which can see the shelf.
location An RCE location (shelf/slot/rce). May be wildcarded
Broadcasts 'identify yourself' packet to a network. All
running RCEs matching the wildcarded location on that network
will respond. Example: dsl_identify shasta/4/0/0 --ifname eth2

dsl_reboot

usage: dsl_reboot [options] location
-i, --ifname The name of a NIC which can see the shelf.
-t, --type The destination OS type (linux/rtems/rescue/default) Default is nochange
-b, --bitload The bitfile load directive [0:no_load|1:load] Default is nochange
location An RCE location (shelf/slot/rce). May be wildcarded
Broadcast 'reboot yourself' packet to a network. All running
RCEs matching the wildcarded location on that network will
reboot to the target OS. Default target OS is 'default',
meaning 'reboot to the default OS'. Example: dsl_reboot shasta/4/0/2 --ifname em2

dsl_update

usage: dsl_update --ip ip [options] location
-v Verbose output: report things which don't respond.
--ip IP address of update nfs server
--src Override default path of update source directory on nfs server (max 31 chars)
--file Override default path of update file relative to source directory (max 31 chars)
--ifname The name of a NIC which can see the shelf.
--id 32-bit identifier for update transaction
--tmo Response timeout in milliseconds
--sm Shelf manager hostname or IP address
location An RCE location (shelf/slot/rce). May be wildcarded
Broadcast 'update yourself' packet to a network. All running
RCEs matching the wildcarded location on that network will
update target filesystem by executing ip:src/file.
Example: dsl_update --ip 192.168.204.12 --ifname eth2 --src /nfsexport/sdk --sm shasta-sm shasta/4/0/0

Checking the Update Status
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