IOS image will not be copy over automatically, you have to manually do it. Is this a SUP2 or SUP720?
Insert the new SUP, after it booted up, issue copy sup-bootdisk:/image_name slavesup-bootdisk: or copy disk0:/image_name slavedisk0:.
This is what I do for SUP720 to save a reboot. Copy the correct image to a CF card, insert it into the new SUP. When you insert the new SUP, you issue a break sequence, in ROMMON, use boot disk0:/image_name.
After it boot up it copy the image to the desire location (sup-bootflash: or so).
Yes, generally, if I have a spare chassis, I will copy the same image to the new SUP. Then I insert it into the one that is running with an active SUP. After insert, issue a write mem. Since the software on both SUP's are the same, the configuration will sync over. This is only apply to native IOS.
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