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    Configuring Software Upgrades

    If PSM encounters timeout errors when performing NE system software upgrades, then the system software upgrade timeouts and interval values may be increased to suit the needs of your network.

    Caution: The timeout and interval values must only be changed under the guidance of Juniper Networks personnel. If you are experiencing software upgrade failures, contact Juniper Networks to determine the appropriate course of action.

    1. On the workstation where the PSM server is installed, open the file common.properties in directory /usr/local/ems9001/conf/ using a text-editing application, such as vi or view.

      Note: The common.properties file contains many settings that affect the behaviour of the PSM server. Only those attributes explicitly described in this guide should be changed. Changing any other attributes may have unintended consequences, and must only be performed under the guidance of BTI support staff.

    2. Specify the timeout and interval settings. In the common.properties file, locate the following attributes and change them to meet the needs of your network.
      // Timeout (ms) for checking NE Software Upgrade status for 7xx. (Status is obtained by SNMP GET request to NE)
      neSoftwareUpgrade.7xx.ftp.timeout=10000
      neSoftwareUpgrade.7xx.polling.interval=1000
      neSoftwareUpgradeCommit.7xx.timeout=80000
      
      // Timeout (ms) for each stage in NE Software Upgrade for 7000. 
      neSoftwareUpgrade.7000.polling.interval=1000
      neSoftwareUpgradeCheck.7000.timeout=300000
      neSoftwareUpgradeLoadCommitCancel.7000.timeout=600000
      neSoftwareUpgradeInvoke.7000.timeout=1500000
      neSoftwareUpgradeCommit.700.timeout=70000
    3. Save and close the common.properties file.
    4. To activate changes made to the common.properties file, restart the PSM server.
      monit –g ems9001 restart

    Modified: 2017-06-30