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EbneterPhilipp-5174 asked SandervandeVelde42 commented

Find out installed versions of IoT Edge modules

How can I find out which patch version (1.2.x) of a module (edgeAgent, edgeHub) is installed on a device?

I know the command iotedge list, but it shows only the configured minor version, not which patch version is installed:

NAME STATUS DESCRIPTION CONFIG
edgeAgent running Up 4 hours mcr.microsoft.com/azureiotedge-agent:1.2
edgeHub running Up 4 hours mcr.microsoft.com/azureiotedge-hub:1.2

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I have found one way - maybe there are others.
The version is stated in the logfiles of the module at startup
e.g.
<6> 2022-04-25 07:02:09.553 +00:00 [INF] - Initializing Edge Agent.
<6> 2022-04-25 07:02:10.128 +00:00 [INF] - Version - 1.2.9.53764592 (4bbfdb99cf7afb16f23d6177865942cc22e197ce)

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Hello @EbneterPhilipp-5174,

do you want to know how to get this information locally? Or in the cloud?

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At least local, but even better if also in the cloud.

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SandervandeVelde42 answered SandervandeVelde42 commented

Hello @EbneterPhilipp-5174,

Have you checked out the 'Support Bundle' feature already?

It provides a bundle of support files, both on the edge and in the cloud.


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Thanks, I tried the support bundle and was able to find the information there in the "check.json" file.

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Hello @EbneterPhilipp-5174,

great! So, you can both see it locally and in the cloud.



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