since the Jetpack 5.0.2 does not offer the OTA Upgrade mechanism for RootFS A/B we designed our own upgrade mechanism by replacing the contents of the A/B RootFS partitions.
Currently we have no way of upgrading the bootloader, on the QSPI.
What would be the correct approach to prepare to be able to upgrade to Jetpack 6 when it is released in Q3 2023?
Is there an Image in the bootloader directory which I can directly use to flash the QSPI from a running system? Or is there a command to create a complete image for the QSPI? If yes, what is the name of the file and what would the correct flash command be?
Would this approach result in a working system if I will create RootFS/QSPI on a new Jetpack release and copy both images over a system running the current Jetpack 5 system?
do I understand correctly that the RootFS A/B and Bootloader update will be available in Jetpack 5.2, which is the last feature release of Jetpack 5? How does it make sense to offer an upgrade mechanism in the very last update of a feature branch? Can you easily upgrade to 6.x then or what is the idea?