Hi Kelly,Wouhou!!! Thanks for your quick reply. It seems to work great.[root@hostname ~]# /opt/qradar/bin/recovery.py -r /storetmp/Rhe764QRadar7_3_1_20181123182336.stable-7-3-1.isoINFO : Successfully mounted /recoveryINFO : copying /storetmp/Rhe764QRadar7_3_1_20181123182336.stable-7-3-1.iso to /recovery/731/Rhe764QRadar7_3_1_20181123182336.stable-7-3-1.isoINFO : copying /mnt/iso/images/updates.img to /recovery/731/images/updates.imgINFO : Found iso /recovery/731/Rhe764QRadar7_3_1_20181123182336.stable-7-3-1.iso as QRadar 220.127.116.1181123182336INFO : Wrote new grub.cfgINFO : Synced the new grub.cfg to diskINFO : copying /var/log/recovery.log to /recovery/recovery-2019-07-11.logINFO : Re-install readyNow, let's try a reboot and factory re-install ;)I'll be right back!Thanks!
Hi @Kelly Abbott,finally, two years later, a tech note as been created for this ;) However, they could have updated the QRadar version in the example instead of taking the one in this thread... it even looks like my screenshots ;)I've used this script recently to update the factory image from 7.4.1 to 7.4.2 and it works just fine.