Information About the Flash File System
The flash file system is a single flash device on which you can store files. It also provides several commands to help you manage software bundles and configuration files. The default flash file system on the switch is named flash:.
As viewed from the active switch, or any stack member, flash: refers to the local flash device, which is the device attached to the same switch on which the file system is being viewed. In a switch stack, each of the flash devices from the various stack members can be viewed from the active switch. The names of these flash file systems include the corresponding switch member numbers. For example, flash-3:, as viewed from the active switch, refers to the same file system as does flash: on stack member 3. Use the show file systems privileged EXEC command to list all file systems, including the flash file systems in the switch stack.
Only one user at a time can manage the software bundles and configuration files for a switch stack.