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File system problem

Hi

I have the message "File system is in an inconsistent state" when I try to save the configuration in a 6500 IOS MSFC2 Software (C6MSFC2-PO3SV-M), Version 12.1(11b)E,and I don`t know how to solve this problem.

In the bootflash i get this list:

1 .D image 2B583F96 2273A4 25 1733412 Jun 11 2002 13:07:25 c6msfc2-boot-mz.121-11b.E

2 .. image 16AF69E4 D515C0 30 11706780 Jun 11 2002 13:07:38 c6msfc2-po3sv-mz.121-11b.E.bin

3 .D unknown 7B33AA2C D517FC 25 443 Apr 21 2003 14:17:01 c6msfc2-boot-mz.121-11b.E

4 .D unknown 5369E75C D51B7C 25 766 Apr 22 2003 06:09:11 c6msfc2-boot-mz.121-11b.E

5 .D unknown A5616157 D51F08 25 777 Apr 23 2003 15:13:44 c6msfc2-boot-mz.121-11b.E

.......

Any advice?

Thanks

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Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: File system problem

Do you see the "D" on the left side? It means the IOS has been deleted but you need to invoke the "squeeze flash:" command to completely purge the files out. It's the unix version of Windows "recycling bin".

Hope this helps.

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Purple

Re: File system problem

You may be out of space . Delete anything you don't need in bootflash then do a squeeze to recover space if it will let you.

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: File system problem

Do you see the "D" on the left side? It means the IOS has been deleted but you need to invoke the "squeeze flash:" command to completely purge the files out. It's the unix version of Windows "recycling bin".

Hope this helps.

New Member

Re: File system problem

Thanks leolaohoo it was very useful

Hall of Fame Super Gold

Re: File system problem

Thanks for the rating.

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