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Flash location in a stack

Hi,

I understand that the master switch in the stack always uses the "flash" directory for it's IOS location and a numbered one which is it's actual one, but how can I tell what flash number it is and the rest of the switches in the stack as a "sh flash" shows:

sh flash?

flash1:  flash2:  flash3:  flash:

             

Is it the show switch command?

For example I guess the master is flash 3?

Switch#  Role   Mac Address        Priority Version  State

----------------------------------------------------------

1       Member  1234.ab09.f600         5      0       Ready

2       Member  1234.c1c8.3900       1      0       Ready

*3       Master   1234.6333.4d00        1      0       Ready

Thanks

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Re: Flash location in a stack

"dir flash3:" means show me the flash content of switch member 3.

"dir flash:" means show me the flash content of the current master switch.

"dir flash1:" means show me the flash content of switch member 1.

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