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TitleHow to remove an existing configuration file
Objective
How to remove an existing configuration file
Environment
  • Summit
  • EXOS
Procedure
Type "rm <file_name>"

The following example removes the configuration file named Activeb91.cfg from the system:
rm Activeb91.cfg

The following example removes all of the core dump files stored on the internal memory card:
rm /usr/local/tmp/*

On a switch with a removable storage device installed, the following command removes the policy file named test.pol from the removable storage device:
rm /usr/local/ext/test.pol

On a switch with a removable storage device installed, the following command removes all of the configuration files from the removable storage device:
rm /usr/local/ext/*.cfg
Additional notes
  • Removes / deletes an existing configuration, policy, or if configured, core dump file from the system.
  • That file is unavailable to the system after configuration or policy file is removed.
  • Cannot remove an active configuration file (the configuration currently selected to boot the switch).
  • To verify the configuration that you are currently using, type "show switch"

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