2970 3750 3760 & Family What do these boot switches do in the boot loader: -n -j -p -c -f -i -m -not

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    What do these boot switches do in the boot loader:

    -n (Optional) Pause for the IOS debugger immediately after launching.

    -j

    -p (Optional) Pause for the JTAG debugger right after loading the
    image.

    -c
    -f
    -i
    -m
    -notnd
    -notni

    -post (Optional) Run the loaded image with an extended or
    comprehensive power-on self-test (POST). Using this keyword causes POST
    to take longer to complete.

    -skip_post
    -reserve_mem
    -no_esp_keepalive


    The rest would be nice to know.
     
    , Nov 7, 2005
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