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Catalyst Config help

I'm learning the CatOS and so I'm having trouble with my config file. I did some changes to the running config and now I want to save it to the startup config. If this was an IOS, I would do copy run start and that would be it. How do I do it now? When I type in "sh boot" I get this:

BOOT variable = bootflash:cat6000-supcv_5-5-2.bin,1;

CONFIG_FILE variable = slot0:switch.cfg

Configuration register is 0x2

ignore-config: disabled

auto-config: non-recurring, overwrite, sync disabled

console baud: 9600

boot: image specified by the boot system commands

If I try "copy config bootflash" It saves it to the bootflash where I don't see the switch.cfg file. What am I doing wrong. Help.

Robert

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Re: Catalyst Config help

In CAT OS, each time you hit the "enter" key, the config gets saved into NVRAM. There is no concept of running and start-up config in CAT OS

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Re: Catalyst Config help

Thannks, I feel a little silly that it was so simple. Are there any docs you can point me to that will help me understand the way the filesystem works? I'm having a bit of trouble getting comfortable with the CatOS vs IOS.

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