ONIE-SELECT(8) Cumulus Commands 

NAME
 onie-select - selects the ONIE mode to use during the next reboot

SYNOPSIS
 onie-select [-h] [-v] [-d] [-f] [-r] [-i] [-k] [-p] [-c] [-n]

DESCRIPTION
 This command selects the ONIE mode to use during the next reboot.

ONIE Rescue Mode
 The -r option reboots the system into ONIE rescue mode. Using rescue mode you can attempt system repair operations, while running from a
 simple initramfs.

ONIE Install Mode
 WARNING -- The install command (-i) is destructive and will destroy all of your data and the operating system. Back up your data before
 using.
 Reboot the system and load ONIE in 'install' mode. This is a quick install method, without wiping out the mass storage media, used for
 installing a new operating system.

ONIE Uninstall Mode
 WARNING -- The uninstall command (-k) is destructive and will remove all of your data and the operating system. Back up your data before
 using.
 Reboot the system and load ONIE in 'uninstall' mode. The uninstaller wipes all user data from the mass storage media and then returns to

ONIE 'install' mode.
 This is a rather lengthy operation, during which the system first writes random data to the entire mass storage media then reboots into
 ONIE 'install' mode.

ONIE Self-Update Mode
 WARNING -- The update command (-p) will update the boot loader. Only do this if you know what you are doing.
 Reboot the system and load ONIE in 'update' mode. In this mode, ONIE attempts to download a new ONIE verseion from the network and
 install it. The operating system is not affected by this operation.

OPTIONS
 -d Display any pending reboot operations. This is the default if no other operations are specified.
 -f Force the operation. Assumes "yes" to any questions the script might ask.
 -r Rescue Boot -- At the next reboot, load ONIE in 'rescue' mode for debug purposes.
 -i Install Boot -- At the next reboot, load ONIE in 'install' mode. This installs a new operating system, overwriting the current
 system.
 WARNING: This is a destructive operation. Back up your data first.
 -k Uninstall Boot -- At the next reboot, load ONIE in 'uninstall' mode. This will wipe out the current the operating system and then
 return ONIE to 'install' mode.
 WARNING: This is a destructive operation. Back up your data first.
 -p Update Boot -- At the next reboot, load ONIE in 'self update' mode. This is used to update ONIE itself. The installed operating
 system is not affected.
 -c Cancel pending reboot operation -- Use this to cancel a pending resue boot, install boot, uninstall boot or update boot.
 -n Dry run. Show what would happen, but do not actually modify anything.
 -h Show this help message.
 -v Be verbose.

AUTHOR
 support@cumulusnetworks.com

COPYRIGHT
 Copyright 2013,2016 Cumulus Networks, Inc. All rights reserved.

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