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Adding an image to the library from the file system

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Oct 3rd, 2006
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I have an image on the filesystem that I'm testing with. I added it to the library on the RME box but don't know what the 1) Minimum RAM 2) Minimum Flash and 3) Minimum Boot ROM Versions are for this image.


Where on Cisco's site can I find this type of information for various images so that when I do a library upgrade analsis, I can feel confident the results are accurate on what needs to be upgraded on the device. I.E. Flash, RAM, etc.?

Correct Answer by nhabib about 10 years 10 months ago

The only place I know of is in the dowload center. Basically, when you are about to download the image from Cisco.com, it will list the requirements.

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nhabib Tue, 10/03/2006 - 12:05
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The only place I know of is in the dowload center. Basically, when you are about to download the image from Cisco.com, it will list the requirements.

getwithrob Tue, 10/03/2006 - 14:09
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'Looks like the IOS Upgrade planner is what I was looking for.


File name c2900xl-c3h2s-mz.120-5.WC13.bin

8 (MB) Min. Memory

4 (MB) Min. Flash

Date Released 09-MAY-2006


I simply want to find the memory and flash requirements so I can plug that info into the library then when I do an library upgrade analysis. I can feel confident on what device may require upgrades.

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