My goal is:
Is to be able to configure a family of IoT devices for OTA through the mDash web interface where the commit timeout is longer then the 600 second default. I have some test devices that are built and that would best be updated remote, and additional devices that are not built yet.
My actions are:
I am able to OTA and commit the OTA for these devices through the mDash Interface.
I have tried setting the commit_timeout through the command
mos config-set update.commit_timeout=2000
The result I see is:
The commit timeout still expires at the default setting of 600 seconds.
I see a note in the Mongoose OS documentation under OTA updates - Commit timeout - that " NOTE: the commit timeout support requires professional subscription." Which level of subscription is required? Is this why mos config-set update.commit_timeout=2000 does not seem to be working?
- My expectation & question is:
I need help understanding how the commit_timeout configuration parameter is set initially and how I can set or update it remotely.
Thanks in advance, Jim