"The Supervisor Engine 720 has two CompactFlash Type II slots. The CompactFlash Type II slots support CompactFlash Type II Flash PC cards sold by Cisco Systems, Inc. The keywords for the slots on the active Supervisor Engine 720 are disk0: and disk1:. The keywords for the slots on a redundant Supervisor Engine 720 are slavedisk0: and slavedisk1:."
My switch is complaining it can't see find the bootfile in slavedisk0:. From what I understand "slavedisk0:" is "disk0:" from the standby SUP's perspective. Is that right? I can't find "slavedisk0:" on my switch doing a "remote command dir all", but this may be normal. Anybody know what's going on here and why I'm seeing this error? Thanks.
Looks like I found the issue. The disk0: slot in my slave SUP is empty. The error message is a little confusing and led down the wrong path, but once I figured out slavedisk0: should be there, and noticed it wasn't ("device not ready") I realized what was going on. Thanks.
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