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X460 Series, BD 8800 G48Tc, BD 8800 10G4Xc How do I take a lot of time at reboot?


X460 Series, BD 8800 G48Tc, BD 8800 10G4Xc
If you reboot during normal boot time, please tell me?

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Hi Jeon Min,
Can you help me to understand your question better?
Are you asking for the normal expected boot time for each of these models? Is this for planning time for an upgrade?

Boot time for EXOS products is dependent on several things, namely CPU capabilities and configuration. The more configuration and ACLs, the longer it could take to fully boot and become operational.
The two BD8800 modules that you have mentioned are part of a chassis and their boot time is dependent on total system status.
Drew C. wrote:

Hi Jeon Min,
Can you help me to understand your question better?
Are you asking for the normal expected boot time for each of these models? Is this for planning time for an upgrade?

Boot time for EXOS products is dependent on several things, namely CPU capabilities and configuration. The more configuration and ACLs, the longer it could take to fully boot and become operational.
The two BD8800 modules that you have mentioned are part of a chassis and their boot time is dependent on total system status.

Thank you for answer.
I want to know information

When the power is turned on in the factory default boot-up time and
Time information when you need to reboot during boot normally.
Can you help?

x460-24p - image version: Use 15.6.3.1-patch1-5
x460-48p - image version: Use 15.6.3.1-patch1-5
BD8810 - image version: Use 15.6.3.1-patch1-5
Drew C. wrote:

Hi Jeon Min,
Can you help me to understand your question better?
Are you asking for the normal expected boot time for each of these models? Is this for planning time for an upgrade?

Boot time for EXOS products is dependent on several things, namely CPU capabilities and configuration. The more configuration and ACLs, the longer it could take to fully boot and become operational.
The two BD8800 modules that you have mentioned are part of a chassis and their boot time is dependent on total system status.

thanks you.

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