Validating and Troubleshooting Installation of the Software Packages
Displays the software version and details such as system uptime.
show install repository
Displays a list of all the installed software packages on the NCS 1002.
show install active
Displays a list of all the installed and active software packages on the NCS 1002.
The following sample output displays active software packages in the EXEC mode.
The following sample output displays active software packages in the system admin EXEC mode.
show install committed
Displays a list of all committed software packages on the NCS 1002.
The committed software packages are the software packages that are booted on an NCS 1002 reload. Committed packages are the packages that are persistent across reloads. If you install and activate a package, it remains active until the next reload. If you commit a package set, all packages in that set remain active across reloads until the package set is replaced with another committed package set.
The following sample output displays the committed software packages in the EXEC mode.
The following sample output displays the committed software packages in the system admin EXEC mode.
show install log
Displays information on the history of the installation operations. This command provides information about both successful and failed installation operations on the NCS 1002. You can also verify a Service Maintenance Update (SMU) installation using this command.
In the above example, either a wrong rpm package is used or the rpm package is corrupted.
For failure on install add source, check that the package is correctly named and is available at the location.
What to do next
If the expected active software packages are not displayed, install the packages (if required) and activate the packages using the install activate package_name command.