Most IOS based switches take a long time to boot specially the 6500's with IOS . Catos was relatively quick to boot whereas when they combined all the functions into one image they take upwards of 8-10 minutes on some sup 720's. The images have gotten huge now where some 6500 code is a whopping 80 meg or more . not one of cisco's strong points as far as boot times.
I don't have anything on point here, just some advice. Call TAC. If you can't get the issue resolved you can RMA the SUP. I believe that you can have them load a specific IOS version on the replacement SUP but I could be mistaken.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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