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How To copy a Core File From the S-Series, and K-Series?

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TitleHow To copy a Core File From the S-Series, and K-Series?
Objective
How do I copy a core file from the S-Series and K-Series?
Environment
  • K-Series
  • S-Series
Procedure
1. Locate what slot has core file that you want to gather, slot 1 is the example):
S4-1(su)->dir
Images:
========================================================================
Filename: 76203-0004
Version: 07.62.03.0004
Size: 7095698 (bytes)
Date: FRI DEC 21 15:58:40 2012

Filename: 76207-0002 (Active) (Boot)
Version: 07.62.07.0002
Size: 7099090 (bytes)
Date: FRI APR 18 17:58:26 2014

Files:
========================================================================
slot1:
APR 20 2012 15:38:26 15748 4-20-2012.cfg
SEP 14 2015 01:47:54 <DIR> 2048 logs
APR 20 2012 15:39:38 <DIR> 2048 secure
DEC 14 2014 01:05:40 23120 cnfmib.cfg
MAY 04 2012 12:09:12 15825 snmpBCtest.cfg
MAY 04 2012 12:22:10 14179 snmpBCtest2.cfg
FEB 01 2013 11:56:18 18057 ChrisGeorgeFeb1-2013.cfg
OCT 15 2013 14:35:26 <DIR> 2048 cores
DEC 24 2013 11:58:44 293603 ctech

2. View all the core files in the cores directory to locate which one you want to copy off:
S4-1(su)->dir slot1/cores
OCT 15 2013 14:35:26 80976 1.core.gz

3. Copy the core file off to tftp server
S4-1(su)->copy slot1/cores/1.core.gz tftp://10.20.30.40/1.core.gz

Using SCP

 

Secure Methods

Using SCP

S4-1(su)->copy slot1/cores1 scp://10.20.30.40/1core.gz

 

  Using USB


S4-1(su)->copy slot1/cores1 usb1/1core.gz

 

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