Swap active and hot 6500 720 sup's without reloading
Last weekend I upgraded 720 sup's in and when done, wanted to swap the active and hot blades (were in SSO mode). I did the "redundancy force-switchover" command which works fine but it reloads the previous active sup. Is there a better way to do this without reloading? Seems unnecessary when all I want to do is change their states.
Re: Swap active and hot 6500 720 sup's without reloading
It is normal.Generally hot standby supervisor takes over the active role, only when the current active goes down.Hence when you do "redundancy force switch-over" the current active supervisor reloads.Also this should not impact the system operation.I dont think you can avoid this reload.
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