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If the glance api documentation is correct, it's currently not possible to directly update an image if it's not in "queued" state.

glance api documentation > update an image:

If an image was previously reserved, and thus is in the queued state, then image data can be added by including it as the request body. If the image already has data associated with it (e.g. not in the queued state), then including a request body will result in a 409 Conflict exception.

But as mention in this answer, you can use the glance CLI with the --debug option to check which API calls are made.