I'm trying to determine the point of the flash keyword in the boot system command on a Sup-720. From what I can see I dont need to specify it but I would be interested to know if there is a good reason to specify it?
For example I can spectify:
boot system sup-bootdisk:IMAGENAME.bin
and everything works fine. However in the command reference it seems to indicate that I should put the following in:
boot system flash sup-bootdisk:IMAGENAME.bin
If anyone can clarify this then it would be appreciated.
What I was actually after was whether I need to specify the keyword "flash" in the boot system command? I know the switch boots correctly when flash isnt included in the boot system command but was wondering if there were any reasons to include the flash keyword?
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