According to Cisco Security Advisory document 44020 page 6, it is recommended to upgrade IOS to version 12.1(19)E. The problem is that the size of the Eneterprise IOS (filename : c6msfc2-jsv-mz.121-10.E1.bin) is 14.56 MB and the size of the boot image (filename : c6msfc2-boot-mz.121-10.E1.bin) is 1.82 MB. In other words, they need a total of 16.38MB of bootflash. However, there is only 16.0MB bootflash on board and it is not expandable.
In the middle of copying the new file, I got error and I erased the new one and put back the old one.
Thanks for the quick reply. However, I believe even we have MSFC2, boot image(c6msfc2-boot-mz.121-10.E1.bin) is still required for the machine to bootup PROPERLY. Otherwise, why Cisco make such a file available to download ?
I am really hestitate to delete the bootimage and reload the box. If the switch really did not boot up, it will be a self-inficted DOS. Can you please double-check if boot image is really not required if we have MSFC2.
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