system node revert-to

Revert a node to a previous release of Data ONTAP

Availability: This command is available to cluster administrators at the advanced privilege level.


The system node revert-to command reverts a node's cluster configuration to the given version. After the system node revert-to command has finished, the revert_to command must be run from the nodeshell. The revert_to command reverts the filesystem on individual nodes to the target release. Before running revert-to in the cluster shell, the target release must be installed on the node.


-node {<nodename>|local} - Node
Specifies the node that is to be reverted. The value local specifies the current node.
-version <revert version> - Data ONTAP Version
Specifies the version of Data ONTAP to which the node is to be reverted.
[-check-only [true]] - Capability Check
If set to true, this parameter specifies that the cluster configuration revert should perform checks to verify all of the preconditions necessary for revert-to to complete successfully. Setting the parameter to true does not run through the actual revert process. By default this option is set to false.


The command in the following example reverts cluster configuration of a node named node1 to Data ONTAP version 9.2
cluster1::*> system node revert-to -node node1 -version 9.2