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6509 dir /all results in "No such device"

I have a pair of 6509 switches, both running 12.2(33).

Switch 1:  

6509-I#dir /all
%Error opening disk0:/ (No such device)

 

Switch 2:

6509-II#dir /all
Directory of sup-bootdisk:/

    1  -rw-    54337444   Mar 2 2009 16:54:26 -05:00  s72033-ipbase-mz.122-33.SX
I.bin
    2  -rw-    33554432   Mar 2 2009 16:53:04 -05:00  sea_log.dat
    3  -rw-    33554432   Mar 2 2009 16:59:36 -05:00  sea_console.dat

1024589824 bytes total (903135232 bytes free)

 

Can someone tell me how to view all the directories in switch 1?

  • LAN Switching and Routing
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Hi,  You can issue the show

Hi,

 

 You can issue the show file systems command to see what are the available options. Sometimes if you only use the dir /all it might give the that error because it will try to pull info from the compact flash (disk0:) and if the disk0 is not inserted that error will show up.

 

Regards,

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Silver

Hi,  You can issue the show

Hi,

 

 You can issue the show file systems command to see what are the available options. Sometimes if you only use the dir /all it might give the that error because it will try to pull info from the compact flash (disk0:) and if the disk0 is not inserted that error will show up.

 

Regards,

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Thanks, I did that and  "dir

Thanks, I did that and  "dir all-filesystems" worked.  

Interesting that the /all works on one but not the other.  In both cases there is nothing in disk0:

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