Command upgrade-juju

Usage: juju upgrade-model [options]

Summary:

Upgrades Juju on all machines in a model.

Options:

-B, --no-browser-login (= false)

Do not use web browser for authentication

--agent-stream (= "")

Check this agent stream for upgrades

--agent-version (= "")

Upgrade to specific version

--build-agent (= false)

Build a local version of the agent binary; for development use only

--dry-run (= false)

Don’t change anything, just report what would be changed

--ignore-agent-versions (= false)

Don’t check if all agents have already reached the current version

-m, --model (= "")

Model to operate in. Accepts [<controller name>:]<model name>

--reset-previous-upgrade (= false)

Clear the previous (incomplete) upgrade status (use with care)

-y, --yes (= false)

Answer ‘yes’ to confirmation prompts

Details:

Juju provides agent software to every machine it creates. This command upgrades that software across an entire model, which is, by default, the current model.

A model’s agent version can be shown with juju model-config agent- version.

A version is denoted by: major.minor.patch The upgrade candidate will be auto-selected if --agent-version is not specified:

  - If the server major version matches the client major version, the
  version selected is minor+1. If such a minor version is not available then
  the next patch version is chosen.

  - If the server major version does not match the client major version,
  the version selected is that of the client version.

If the controller is without internet access, the client must first supply the software to the controller’s cache via the juju sync-agent-binaries command. The command will abort if an upgrade is in progress. It will also abort if a previous upgrade was not fully completed (e.g.: if one of the controllers in a high availability model failed to upgrade).

When looking for an agent to upgrade to Juju will check the currently configured agent stream for that model. It’s possible to overwrite this for the lifetime of this upgrade using --agent-stream If a failed upgrade has been resolved, --reset-previous-upgrade can be used to allow the upgrade to proceed.

Backups are recommended prior to upgrading.

Examples:

   juju upgrade-model --dry-run
    juju upgrade-model --agent-version 2.0.1
    juju upgrade-model --agent-stream proposed

See also:

sync-agent-binaries

Aliases:

upgrade-juju