The configuration should copy from master to slave automatically. If the power lost, the slave will become master and no need reboot. However, I don't have the cut-over time on hand, what I tested before is no downtime in the slave unit that due to it is still running as a switch. The slave is just like an extendion of the master switch w/ simple management domain. Moreover, the master power lost, so all the connections at master will be lost too.
The issue is that I'll be routing out the stack.. one L3 interface on each switch in the stack. The point is that if one stack fails, downstream switches can still route out the other physical path - as long as the other switch continues as Master (and therefore L3 forwarder).
IC, I am sorry that I did not try it at L3 routing / switching. As I know, once you stack the switches, it acted as single unit. When the master power lost, one of the interface to remote router down, then the routing protocol will take effect and select another path for outgoing. The remote side will also update the routing table to select the slave as next-hop (if master is preferred path originally).
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