RPi 4 Sysupgrade 22.03.0 to 22.03.1 not working

The Attended Sysupgrade (luci-app-attendedsysupgrade) from 22.03.0 to 22.03.1 does not work on my Raspberry Pi 4. Firmware is selectable and installable but afterwards nothing really happens

In system log I only see the below and nothing else
Thu Oct 13 15:13:31 2022 user.info upgrade: Reading partition table from bootdisk...
Thu Oct 13 15:13:31 2022 user.info upgrade: Reading partition table from image...

Anyone else also having this issue?

A Pi is a Pi, can’t you just rewrite the memory card on a computer as usual and rock n roll?

It isn’t that easy that you didn’t save settings and it went back to standard setup?

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Not OP but that's an interesting perspective. I have AUC'd a couple of times on my RPi4 with DFRobot board without any issues. Why would the medium on which the files reside fundamentally prevent an upgrade? It still invokes the sysupgrade settings for things to save when using the sysupgrade version of flashing.

It’s a Pi, if it works it works but if it doesn’t work it doesn’t work.

OpenWrt doesn’t have flash memory error tracking so if one single bit on the memory card now failed then it will fatally fail. But if you reformat it and then write it in a PC those faults will be taken care of.

So why make so big deal out of it then the memory chip is interchangeable?

We have these problems on soldered memory chips also, but then you have a seriously big problem!

On commandline I got following output

# auc
auc (0.2.5-2)
Server:    https://sysupgrade.openwrt.org
Running:   22.03.0 r19685-512e76967f on bcm27xx/bcm2711 (raspberrypi,4-model-b)
Invalid argument (22)

Found same error here: https://github.com/openwrt/asu/issues/380

I will have a look if issue occurs also with a local ASU server.
When yes I guess I will need to backup settings, reformat the flash card and import settings.