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mdistasi54
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Registered: ‎03-09-2016
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G8272 clear cores command

hi guys, I just installed 2 G8272 switches. I updated the firmware to NOS 10.9.3.0. When I log in to one of the two, this message appears: NOTE: Core dump files exist in FLASH. +
+ Use 'show cores' to see a list of all existing core dumps. +
+ Use 'system cores' to upload the core dumps for analysis. +
+ Use 'clear cores' to erase the dumps from FLASH. +
+ ------------------------------------------------- -------------------- +
+ Core file | Date / time +
+ ------------------------------------------------- -------------------- +
+ core.service_mgrd.gz | 2019-04-09 16:27:43

I run   show cores

ba-swc-xd001 # show cores
Process Name Datetime
---------------- -------------------
service_mgrd.gz

 

I try to delete it

ba-swc-xd001 # clear cores
                     ^
% Invalid input detected at '^' marker.

it seems that the command does not exist

ba-swc-xd001 # clear co?
  copp Control plane statistics
  counters Clear counters

How can I delete the dump?

 

Thank foryour help

Lenovo Employee mslavin
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Re: G8272 clear cores command

Hello,

 

Unfortunately the instructions are not clear, and you must be in "conf t" mode to run the "clear cores" command. This will be corrected in a coming release of code, to make dealing with core files more user friendly.

 

Thanks, Matt

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mdistasi54
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Re: G8272 clear cores command

yes, in conf t , the command clear core has deleted the dump. Thank for your solution.

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