Using the ExtremeXOS File System
The file system in ExtremeXOS is the structure by which files are organized, stored, and named.
NoteFile names are case-sensitive. For information on file name restrictions, see the specific command in the ExtremeXOS 32.2 Command Reference Guide .
You can also download configuration and policy files from the switch to a network Trivial File Transfer Protocol (TFTP) server using TFTP. For detailed information about downloading switch configurations, see Software Upgrade and Boot Options. For detailed information about downloading policies and ACLs, see ACLs.
With guidance from Extreme Networks Technical Support personnel, you can configure the switch to capture core dump files, which contain debugging information that is useful in troubleshooting situations. For more information about configuring core dump files and managing the core dump files stored on your switch, see Understanding Core Dump Messages.
- USB: /usr/local/ext
- Internal memory: /usr/local/tmp
- Home directory: /usr/local/cfg
The command ls without specifying the path returns results for just the home directory.
By default, core dumps are stored in the internal memory space (/usr/local/tmp), so to see them, run the command ls /usr/local/tmp.
# ls /usr/local/tmp -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 7429 Sep 22 16:19 core.nvram.1 -rw-r--r-- 1 root root 7100 Sep 28 08:40 core.nvram.2 drwxrwxrwx 2 root root 1024 Sep 28 08:43 dhcp -rw-rw-rw- 1 root root 1072 Sep 28 08:43 trigger_log_slot1.txt
# tftp put 10.6.48.39 /usr/local/tmp/core.nvram.1 mmitchell/core.nvram.1 Uploading core.nvram.1 to 10.6.48.39 ... done!
# cp /usr/local/tmp/core.nvram.1 core.copy Copy 'core.nvram.1' from '/usr/local/tmp' to '/usr/local/cfg/core.copy'? (y/N)
# mv /usr/local/tmp/core.nvram.1 core.moveToHome Move 'core.nvram.1' from '/usr/local/tmp' to '/usr/local/cfg/core.moveToHome'? (y/N)