All BISDN Linux images contain some scripts that allow a more convenient handling of common ONIE tasks. These tools and their handling are described below.
onie-bisdn-uninstall enables you to uninstall a running BISDN Linux. The corresponding man pages and usage help can be displayed like this:
man onie-bisdn-uninstall onie-bisdn-uninstall -h
onie-bisdn-upgrade enables you to upgrade a running BISDN Linux to a newer image. The corresponding man pages and usage help can be displayed like this:
man onie-bisdn-upgrade onie-bisdn-upgrade -h
This shows an example usage:
Note: All data is deleted during the upgrade process except for configuration files in /etc/systemd/network/ that apply on interfaces named
onie-bisdn-rescue enables you to boot into ONIE-rescue mode from the BISDN Linux shell. The corresponding man pages and usage help can be displayed like this:
man onie-bisdn-rescue onie-bisdn-rescue -h
The ONIE-rescue shell provides troubleshooting. More information can be found here: ONIE-rescue mode.