How to update the CF card from 64M to 254M?????????????

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Apr 9th, 2009
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I have 2 6509, each one with 2 sup720-3b, and each sup720-3b has a 64M CF card in disk0.


Now I want to change these 4*64M CF card to 512M CF card. I have only very shortly time to do it, pls kindly give me a good procedure. I also need the detail commands. THanks


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Leo Laohoo Thu, 04/09/2009 - 18:09
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1. Don't forget to FORMAT your new CF before you put any files into it.


2. Don't even think about the USB. USB is NOT SUPPORTED on the Sup32/Sup720 cards.


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zhangjianping Thu, 04/09/2009 - 18:52
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Thanks.


But not enough.

You know, each 6509 has 2 sup720-3b and 2 CF card. I wanna know how to copy the date from the old flash to these 2 new card, shall I plug out one of the SUP720-3b and then plug out another one?

Leo Laohoo Thu, 04/09/2009 - 19:06
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"You know, each 6509 has 2 sup720-3b and 2 CF card" < --- You mean 2 EXTERNAL SLOTS and 1 INTERNAL slot. Whether you put 2 CF into your Sup720 is something no one can tell.


"But not enough." < --- I have no idea what you mean by this and I don't even want to find out. :)

Leo Laohoo Thu, 04/09/2009 - 19:08
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"copy the DATE from the old flash to these 2 new card" < --- Hooooooo boy! I hope I completely misunderstood you.


If you want to copy the ENTIRE CONTENTS from your sup-bootdisk: to your sup-bootflash0: and/or sup-bootflash1:, then use the command "copy sup-bootdisk:* sup-bootflash0:".


If you want to copy all contents from external flash 1 to external flash 2, then use the command "copy sup-bootflash0:* sup-bootflash1:".


Does this help you?

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