On a SummitStack where redundancy is in use, ExtremeXOS automatically synchronizes all of the configuration files from the primary node to the backup node if the switch detects that the backup node‘s configuration file contents are different from the primary node.
You cannot configure this behavior.
The switch deletes the old configuration files on the backup node only upon a successful file synchronization. If an error occurs, the switch does not delete the old configuration files on the backup node. For example, if you install a backup node that contains different configuration files from the primary node, the old configuration files are deleted after a successful bootup of the backup node.
To see a complete listing of the configuration files on your system, use the ls command.
For more detailed information, see Replicating Data Between Nodes.