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Getting the error while copying the configuration from one volume to an other volume with different version

Thiyagu
Altocumulus
Altocumulus

 

Getting the error while copying the configuration from one volume to an other volume with different version:

 

 

admin@(lb02)(cfg-sync In Sync)(Standby)(/Common)(tmos)# cpcfg --source=HD1.1 HD1.2

Syntax Error: unexpected argument "cpcfg"

admin@(lb02)(cfg-sync In Sync)(Standby)(/Common)(tmos)# bash

[admin@lb02:Standby:In Sync] ~ # cpcfg --source=HD1.1 HD1.2

info: New version (12.1.3.2) is not >= originating version (12.1.3.5); configuration is not compatible.

configuration roll-forward desired but not compatible.

[admin@lb02:Standby:In Sync] ~ #

[admin@lb02:Standby:In Sync] ~ #

 

Could you please help on this?

 

Regards,

Thiyagu

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Samir
Nacreous
Nacreous

The BIG-IP F5 version of the target boot location must be the same or later than the version of the source boot location. If the specified target boot location is an earlier version than the source boot location

 

Actual/Source version 12.1.3.5

New Version: 12.1.3.2

 

New Version is lower then Actual Version. That's the reason you are getting error.