Tag Archives: NX-OS

Deconstructing Cisco NX-OS Part 1: Exploding Kickstart

I have worked for quite some time with SAN-OS, which later became the basis for NX-OS. Being the tinkerer that I am, I really like to get inside things and figure how they work. My past experience with UNIX based … Continue reading

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SAN-OS / NX-OS “which” command (Part 3)

As those of you who read this blog know, I am a big fan of the which command in SAN-OS.  I find it very useful, especially for something like CCIE Storage lab study. There are many cases where you might … Continue reading

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SAN-OS / NX-OS “which” command (Part 2)

A while back I wrote a blog post on the SAN-OS / NX-OS “which” command. I have really found this very useful for finding commands quickly. I discovered another interesting variation of this command. Not only does it work in … Continue reading

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SAN-OS / NX-OS “which” command (Part 1)

SAN-OS / NX-OS contains a command that will list all commands on the system. This command is which. You can build a full list of all system commands quickly by disabling the CLI pager (term length 0), and then typing … Continue reading

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