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Re: [atomic-devel] right way to upgrade fedora atomic host

For updates within a Fedora release (for example, Fedora 23 Atomic Host), you would use the `atomic host upgrade` or `atomic host deploy` to set up a specific tree from your composed repo.  This is the standard mechanism for updating the host OS.

For upgrading to a new Fedora release (for example, from Fedora 23 Atomic Host to Fedora 24), the standard mechanisms don't work.  Instead you need to add a new tree repo to sync and re-baseline.  The wiki page shows how you would go about doing that, and that uses the `ostree` commands.  You could replace the last `rpm-ostree` command with the `atomic host rebase` command, if you wanted to.

- Matt M

On Thu, Aug 4, 2016 at 9:40 AM, Vasiliy Tolstov <v tolstov selfip ru> wrote:
Hi! I'm test fedora atomic under qemu, ad see, that google gives me
some links how to update, but tools used for update are different.
For example i'm use my own rpm ostree repo,to update current system i
run atomic pull, atomic upgrade, systemctl reboot
But this link https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Atomic_Host_upgrade says
about rpm-ostree tool.

What is the difference between atomic command and rpm-ostree and ostree ?
What too i neeed to use to work when build repo, and what when i need
to get update on running system?

Vasiliy Tolstov,
e-mail: v tolstov yoctocloud net

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