After the SUP boot up, format the sup-bootflash: and copy the image from disk0: to sup-bootflash:
For your 2nd question, sup-bootflash: will not renamed to sup-bootdisk: if you are using the same version. It was changed in a version of IOS, and then later on, both sup-bootdisk: and sup-bootflash: are pointed to the same file system. You can use the command show file system to verify the pointer.
Re: 6500 SP Compact Flash adaptor for SP bootflash
Firstly - thank you for your reply!
OK, let me share a little more of the puzzle with you:
The 512Mb CF card does in fact have two images on it including the s722033-psv-mz.122-18.SXD7b.bin. This file was copied from the original 64Mb sup-bootflash image to disk0 prior to attempting the upgrade.
The 512mb CF was then installed into the SP bootflash adaptor and inserted into the SP DIMM slot.
I'm assuming that if the 512Mb CF can boot from Disk0, then it should boot when installed in the SP bootflash adaptor - would this be correct?
Or do I need to install the SP adaptor (with CF installed), boot say from disk0 with another CF and when the system is up , reformat the 512Mb sup-bootflash and change the bootvar to point to the new sup-bootflash image?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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