I am sure this question has been answered before but for eFSU to work with an SSO enabled supervisor, there is a requirement that the line cards must have 512MB of memory installed to preload the software image via "preloading" during the ISSU process.
Can anyone tell me if the DFC card is the only way to get memory on a card? I can't find any other way.
So in the truest sense, full eFSU support is impossible without DFC enabled cards (at least 512MB) installed in the chassis. Meaning a supervisor32 could not ever support eFSU but could support SSO, correct? The line cards would still reset with the sup32 if the image on the cards was different?
Is the image that is loaded to the cards the same image that is loaded to the supervisors?
How does that part work? Is it the supervisor image or some part of it, like bootrom or something of the sort.
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