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CX11x, CX31x, CX710 (Earlier Than V6.03), and CX91x Series Switch Modules V100R001C10 Configuration Guide 12

The documents describe the configuration of various services supported by the CX11x&CX31x&CX91x series switch modules The description covers configuration examples and function configurations.
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Modify startup parameters

Modify startup parameters

Access the BIOS main menu and select 4 to access the startup submenu.The following example shows information displayed on a CX91x series switch module 10GE switching plane. Information displayed on your device may be different.

        BIOS Menu (Version: 038)

     1. Continue to boot
     2. Update from serial interface
     3. Update from ethernet interface
     4. Modify startup parameters
     5. File system
     6. Modify BIOS password
     7. Modify console password
     8. Rollback from VRPv8 to VRPv5
     9. Reboot

Enter your choice(1-9): 4

        Startup Submenu

     1. Display current startup configuration
     2. Modify startup configuration
     3. Modify startup mode
     4. Modify VRP5 Upgrade VRP8 Flag
     5. Display board run status
     6. Modify board run status
     7. Return

Enter your choice(1-7): 
Table 1-99 Startup submenu

Item

Description

1. Display current startup configuration

Displays the system software and configuration files for startup.

You can view the system software and configuration files for the next startup before system upgrade or rollback.

2. Modify startup configuration

Modifies startup information.

You can specify the system software and configuration files for the next startup before system upgrade or rollback.

3. Modify startup mode

Modifies the system software startup mode.

You need to configure the startup mode before starting the system software.

4. Modify VRP5 Upgrade VRP8 Flag

Changes the flag for the upgrade from VRP5 to VRP8 to the default value.

Changes the upgrade flag to the default value first if the software on a switch module has been upgraded from VRP5 to VRP8 and now needs to be rolled back to VRP5.

5. Display board run status

Display board run status.

6. Modify board run status

Modify board run status.

7. Return

Returns to the BIOS main menu.

Display current startup configuration

Enter the startup submenu and select 1 to access the submenu for displaying the current startup configuration.

        Startup Submenu

     1. Display current startup configuration
     2. Modify startup configuration
     3. Modify startup mode
     4. Modify VRP5 Upgrade VRP8 Flag
     5. Return

Enter your choice(1-5): 1    
Current boot disk    : flash      
Current startup file : software.cc   
Current config file  : vrpcfg.cfg

The system software and configuration files for device startup are displayed.

Modify startup configuration

Enter the startup submenu and select 2 to access the submenu for modifying the startup configuration.

        Startup Submenu

     1. Display current startup configuration
     2. Modify startup configuration
     3. Modify startup mode
     4. Modify VRP5 Upgrade VRP8 Flag
     5. Return

Enter your choice(1-5): 2          
'.' = clear field;  Ctrl+C = quit; Enter = use current configuration               
                 
Current startup file is "software.cc", modify the file name if needed.       
Input the new file name: softwarenew.cc       
                    
Current config file is "vrpcfg.cfg", modify the file name if needed.           
Input the new file name: vrpcfgnew.cfg

The specified system software and configuration files must exist in the storage medium. Otherwise, the configuration is invalid.

To clear the current value, enter a period (.). To cancel the operation under the Modify startup configuration menu, press Ctrl+C. To make the configuration take effect, press Enter.

Modify startup mode

Access the startup submenu and select 3 to access the submenu for modifying the system software startup mode.

        Startup Submenu

     1. Display current startup configuration
     2. Modify startup configuration
     3. Modify startup mode
     4. Modify VRP5 Upgrade VRP8 Flag
     5. Return

Enter your choice(1-5):3
Please choose the startup mode:
1-Normal
2-Debug

Enter your choice(1-2):

This submenu allows you to set the system software startup mode to Normal or Debug. The default mode is Normal.

If the startup mode is set to Debug and the server successfully boots in debug mode, the switch module configuration file saved on the management module will be overwritten by the new configuration file on the switch module.

If you set the startup mode to Debug, the setting takes effect for once only. The startup mode automatically restores to Normal after one startup.

  • In Normal mode, the system attempts to obtain the configuration file from the MM910. If the attempt fails, the switch module restarts and the system attempts to obtain the configuration file from the MM910 again.
  • In Debug mode, the system attempts to obtain the configuration file from the MM910. If the attempt fails, the system starts by using the factory configuration.

Modify VRP5 Upgrade VRP8 Flag

On the Startup Submenu, enter 4 and press Enter.

        Startup Submenu

     1. Display current startup configuration
     2. Modify startup configuration
     3. Modify startup mode
     4. Modify VRP5 Upgrade VRP8 Flag
     5. Return

Enter your choice(1-5):4

Then the system changes the flag for the upgrade from VRP5 to VRP8 to the default value.

  • You can perform this operation only for the CX91X.
  • If the software on a switch module has been upgraded from VRP5 to VRP8, the system records the upgrade flag as another value instead of the default value. If you need to roll back the software on the switch module from VRP8 to VRP5, change the upgrade flag to the default value first; otherwise, the rollback fails. For details about how to roll back from VRP8 to VRP5, choose 8. Rollback from VRPv8 to VRPv5 on the BIOS main menu.

Display board run status

On the Startup Submenu, enter 5 and press Enter.

     osca_restore_current_cc does not exist.
     osca_restore_r1_version does not exist.
     osca_restore_r1new_cc does not exist.
     osca_restore_r1new_copied does not exist.
     stk_ipmi_packeting = 0
     history_bootfile = /opt/vrpv8/home/CX910_CX911_CX912_CX913-BaseSwitch-V2.16.cc
     last_bootfile = /opt/vrpv8/home/CX910_CX911_CX912_CX913-BaseSwitch-V5.52.cc
     next_bootfile = /opt/vrpv8/home/CX910_CX911_CX912_CX913-BaseSwitch-V5.52.cc

This option allows you to view the environment variables of a board.

Modify board run status

On the Startup Submenu, enter 6 and press Enter.

        Startup Submenu

     1. Display current startup configuration
     2. Modify startup configuration
     3. Modify startup mode
     4. Modify VRP5 Upgrade VRP8 Flag
     5. Display board run status
     6. Modify board run status
     7. Return

Enter your choice(1-7):

This option allows you to modify the environment variables of a board.

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