TFTP busy, only one TFTP session can be
File type check failed.
TFTP remote - general error.
TFTP remote - no such file.
TFTP remote - access violation.
TFTP remote - disk full.
TFTP remote - illegal operation.
TFTP remote - unknown transfer ID.
TFTP remote - file already exists.
TFTP remote - no such user.
Saving or Erasing Image and Configuration Files
You can save modified configuration files to the permanent startup configuration file or erase software images or
USING THE CLI
erase flash primary erases the image stored in primary flash of the system.
erase flash secondary erases the image stored in secondary flash of the system.
erase startup-config erases the configuration stored in the startup configuration file; however, the running
configuration remains intact until system reboot.
write memory saves the running configuration file into the startup configuration file.
NOTE: All of these commands are at the privileged level of the CLI. See the Command Line Interface Reference.
USING THE WEB MANAGEMENT INTERFACE
You cannot delete image or configuration files using the Web management interface.
Scheduling a System Reload
In addition to reloading the system manually, you can configure the HP device to reload itself at a specific time or
after a specific amount of time has passed.
NOTE: The scheduled reload feature requires the system clock. You can use a Simple Network Time Protocol
(SNTP) server to set the clock or you can set the device clock manually. See "Specifying a Simple Network Time
Protocol (SNTP) Server" on page 9-10 or "Setting the System Clock" on page 9-12.
Updating Software Images and Configuration Files
Explanation and action
Another TFTP transfer is active on another
CLI session or Web management session.
Wait, then retry the transfer.
You accidentally attempted to copy the
incorrect image code into the system. For
example, you might have tried to copy a
chassis image into a fixed-port device.
Retry the transfer using the correct image.
The TFTP configuration has an error. The
specific error message describes the
Correct the error, then retry the transfer.
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