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Upgrading CX version in a 5515-X

I can see the command I need to run from the link below. of how to do it.   However it looks like when it is done, it requires a reboot.  Does this reboot the whole ASA or just the CX module (see below).  You are inside of the CX module, so I am guessing just the CX.  But would like validation.  :)  Thanks!

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/td/docs/security/asacx/9-1/user/guide/b_User_Guide_for_ASA_CX_and_PRSM_9_1.pdf

 

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prsm-vm> system upgrade http://upgrades.example.com/packages/prsm-sys-9.0.2.pkg

Verifying
Downloading
Extracting

..

..

Upgrading
Starting upgrade process ...
Extracting the upgrade image
Updating the system and network configuration
 

Reboot is required to complete the upgrade. Press Enter to reboot the system.
(press Enter)


Broadcast message from root (pts/0) (Tue May 15 22:50:17 2012):


The system is going down for reboot NOW!

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When you upgrade a CX, only

When you upgrade a CX, only the module itself reboots. This is true for both software-only module (5512-X through 5555-X) and the hardware modules in the 5585-X.

If your ASA is part of an HA pair, it will be monitoring the CX module status as part of the unit health check and reload of the module will trigger an ASA failover.

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