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Re: Cisco introduced 'warm' reload...
On Sat, Sep 13, 2003 at 08:11:52PM -0700, Michel Py wrote: > Rodney, > > > Rodney Dunn wrote: > > Thanks for pointing that out. I'll have it removed > > from the CLI for any platforms where it's not supported. > > Actually, there's nothing to remove. The > > > cisco7507#reload ? > > LINE Reason for reload > > Is perfectly legitimate. I agree. But it shouldn't accept the command even though it's not visible. 75xx_Lab#sh ver | incl IOS IOS (tm) RSP Software (RSP-JSV-M), Version 12.3(2)T, RELEASE SOFTWARE (fc1) 75xx_Lab#rel warm System configuration has been modified. Save? [yes/no]: yes Warning: Attempting to overwrite an NVRAM configuration previously written by a different version of the system image. Overwrite the previous NVRAM configuration?[confirm]n No action taken because command was not confirmed Proceed with reload? [confirm]n > > > > The currently supported platforms are: > > 3660 and 3745 in 12.3(2)T > > 7200 in 12.2(18)S > > I'll also check on future platform implementations and > > let you know. While at first the feature seems platform > > independent it turns out there are some platform > > dependencies. > > If I may, it would be a hell of a good idea to make it work on platforms > such as the 7500 where one would think it is un-necessary. On paper, > having a feature set with rpr/rpr+ would render this command > un-necessary on a 7500 with dual RSPs. In practice, there are so many > compatibility issues with rpr/rpr+ and other features that some 7500s > that have dual RSPs run a non-rpr image and the second RSP is sitting in > the router as a spare. Sure you may. I'll check with the 7500 group and let you know what the plans are for this platform. Rodney > > Michel. >