deyadav Tue, 09/15/2009 - 11:18
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If you are running Modular IOS in installed mode, then you need to give this command to uninstall it:


install clear :/sys

E.g.

install clear disk0:/sys


Flash System is the location where we have the search root directory created.


You can verify whether the system is running in installed mode or Uninstalled mode, by exceuting a sh version or sh install running. The latter command might not work or give output if you are uninstalled mode.


If you could provide these two outputs, then I could provide you exact details. You may also refer to this document:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/ios/swmod/configuration/guide/sw_mod_instl_cfg.html


Regards,

Deepak Yadav

bblunt Wed, 09/16/2009 - 04:34
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Depak I get this message:

cp1-sw78#install clear disk0:/sys

There is currently a node running software installed at disk0:/sys.

You cannot remove software that is currently running.

[FAILED]

deyadav Wed, 09/16/2009 - 06:55
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The best course of action would be:


conf t

no install bind

boot system flash disk0:

exit

wr mem

reload


Once the system is up with Binary IOS then Modular IOS is no longer in picture, however the installation files exist on Disk0:/Sys directory. Simply delete it.


Hope this helps.

iyde Thu, 09/17/2009 - 12:49
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Bennie,


Just out of curiosity: Why whould you want to go from modular to binary? Did you have bad experiences with modular?


As it is Cisco's stated direction for IOS for Cat6500 / Cisco7600 to go modular and modular only I'm interested in knowing why you'd want to go away from modular?

TIA, Ingolf

sbader48220 Sat, 09/19/2009 - 09:02
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In the past I ran the modular IOS on our 6509's and I ran into a problem where the CPU on the switch would gradually increase on a daily basis, until finally the switch would crash and the supervisor would reload. The problem seemed to be aggravated by regular SNMP polling of the switch.


My experience was over a year ago, and I don't recall what version I was running, but I've switched back to non-modular images and haven't had any problems since. I could probably find the thread here on Netpro if you need when I experienced this problem. I believe others had witnessed the same.


-Steve


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