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Note - The screen shots presented in this topic are for informational purposes only and might differ slightly from the screens you see.
Before You Begin
Identify the version of ILOM that is currently running on your system. See Determining Current Firmware Versions.
Download the firmware image for your server from the product web site. See How to Download Firmware Updates.
Copy the firmware image to the system on which the web browser is running, using a supported protocol (TFTP, FTP, HTTP, HTTPS).
Obtain an ILOM user name and password that has admin (a) role account privileges. You must have admin (a) privileges to update the firmware on the system.
Note - The firmware update process takes about six minutes to complete. During this time, do not perform other ILOM tasks. When the firmware update is complete, the system reboots.
The Firmware Upgrade screen appears.
An Upgrade Verification dialog box appears, indicating that other users who are logged in will lose their session when the update process is completed.
You are prompted to select an image file to upload.
Wait for the file to upload and validate.
The Firmware Verification screen appears.
When you click Start Upgrade, the upload process starts and a prompt to continue the process appears.
Note - If you did not preserve the ILOM configuration before the firmware update, you need to perform the initial ILOM setup procedures to reconnect to ILOM.
The Update Status screen appears, providing details about the update progress. When the update indicates 100%, the firmware upload is complete. When the upload is completed, the system automatically reboots.
Note - The ILOM web interface might not refresh properly after the update is completed. If the ILOM web interface is missing information or displays an error message, you might be viewing a cached version of the screen from the version previous to the update. Clear your browser cache and refresh your browser before continuing.