How to: Run older ByteBlower server versions
Posted by Pieter Vandercammen, Last modified by Dries Decock on 03 April 2018 01:43 PM
New versions for the ByteBlower server are released several times a year. It is recommended to run the last released version. This release includes all the latest features and improvements. Howto update the server is described in this article. Sometimes one wants to compare results with a previously released version. This can be configured from the ByteBlower updater. The text below explains how to pick a new version.|
The first step is to ssh into the byteblower-server. With the command
Once the updater has booted, log back in on the system. Depending on the system this might take a while. In the Update system, select the second option and press enter. This is shown in the picture below.
The second option opens a new screen with the available version. Before each version there can be two letter:
In this menu scroll to the version you want to run and press enter. The picture below we select version 2.6.6 of the ByteBlower server. This is already installed, by not activated. After pressing enter, the ByteBlower updater will run perform a number of actions and finally activate the version 2.6.6.
The screen below is the result of activating version 2.6.6. The letters
Once back at the main screen, the system needs to boot back into the ByteBlower server mode. This is done with the Reboot option in the menu (picture below).
At startup, the ByteBlower server will boot the version we've just select (2.6.6.). A final check is possible with the