raccli update server

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The update server subcommand of the raccli utility checks for and corrects any configuration issues related to the Linux OS running on a compute node of an Oracle Database Cloud Service database deployment that uses Oracle Real Application Clusters (RAC).
raccli update server -tag tag-number [-no-reboot] [-allnodes]

Options of this subcommand are as follows.

Option Description

-tag tag-number

The tag of the server update to run. In general, you specify the value of your current RDK version, as reported by the raccli describe system command, but without the dots or trailing zeros. For example, if raccli describe system reports an RDK version of 18.1.1.0.0, you would specify 1811 as the tag number in a raccli update server command.

-no-reboot

When specified, the update server subcommand does not reboot the compute node after correcting any configuration issues. You must manually reboot it, as described in Rebooting a Compute Node. If -allnodes is also specified, neither compute node is rebooted and you must manually reboot each of them.

-allnodes

When specified, the update server subcommand checks for and corrects any configuration issues on the current compute node and then performs the same operation on the other compute node of the cluster.