For new setups:
setupIf your EON Storage is internet connected. The EON ISO can be retrieved using wget.
After running setup(new setup) or transporter.sh (upgrade/backup). Re-check/edit your POOL=poolname in /mnt/eon0/.exec.
export POOL=YOUR_POOLNAMEThis is an option to edit "YOUR_POOLNAME" with a simple command if you wish to avoid "vi" (substitute your pool name where "YOUR_POOLNAME" appears). A backup file will be saved as .exec.bak
cd /mnt/eon0 sed -i.bak 's|=abyss|=YOUR_POOLNAME|g' .execAn alternate upgrade option, using a spare USB key. Perform a new setup and then a forced zpool import to test. Perform the necessary tests and make sure all is ok before running:
zpool import -a -f updimg.sh /mnt/eon0/boot/x86.eonAfter running the new install for a few days and triple checking everything is ok. Only zpool/zfs upgrade is left, to access the new features of zpool version 28 and zfs version 5. Note that once zpool/zfs upgrade is done, there is NO GOING BACK to the older version.
zpool upgrade poolname zfs upgrade -r poolname
EON 64-bit x86 CIFS ISO image version 151a9-071215 (NO HTTPD)
- eon-cifs-151a9-071215.iso ( no mirror )
- MD5: 5c96f7f7aed83d0e0e88d55b4d46b925
- Released: Wednesday 21-October-2015 (size: ~100MB)
- Status: Discontinued