When you issue the reload command on the active SUP module, it actually doesnt start the reboot process until a split second after the other SUP because it is responsible for issuing the command and placing it on the system bus. So, it doesnt start reloading until a few ms later.
When you power the switch off, its a clean start for both.
The first SUP to come online will be the active one.
Now, quite frankly, I have absolutely no idea if what I have just said is absolute nonsense, but it sounds good...may help you get by in a job interview. :-)
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