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rommon commands to remove image

I loaded an ios image on a sup2 and it was corrupt..I am sitting at the rommon prompt..how do I remove or what is the command I use to remove the image?

greatly appreciate the help...its a 6509..c6sup22-jk2o3sv-mz.121-27b.E4.bin is the image..

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Re: rommon commands to remove image

If it's corrupted, you will need a new image in order to boot into IOS. Most likely you will need to download a fresh image and xmodem the image to the 6500 file system.

This document covers this situation in details:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/switches/ps700/products_tech_note09186a008015bfa1.shtml

HTH,

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Edison.

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Re: rommon commands to remove image

thanks for the doc...but the image that is on the 6500 now is corrupt..It will not boot up..it errors out and goes to the rommon prompt..there is not enough space available in bootflash to load another image..do you know the command from rommon to delete the corrupt image? thank you for your help and time..appreciate it

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Re: rommon commands to remove image

When proceeding with the xmodem, you are given the option to erase the current image.

Please read the documentation.

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Edison.

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Re: rommon commands to remove image

delete sup-bootdisk:c6sup22-jk2o3sv-mz.121-27b.E4.bin

Does this help?

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