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Updated:September 3, 2015
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Swaps the active and inactive partitions. This option appears
only if a valid inactive partition exists.
On a fresh installation, you will not see this option.
Wipes the system. For more information on this option, see "Recovery Disk Reference Information".
Checks and automatically corrects disk file systems.
Verifies the disk partitioning layout.
Aligns the disk partition of a virtual machine. Do not use this option to the partition on a running server. See the readme of the OVA for more information.
Quits the recovery disk application. You must use this option before you eject the recovery disk CD.
Recovery Disk Reference Information
The C option replaces the W option, and performs the same task that W used to perform—it wipes out the hard disks.
The C option is useful if you have 7825/28-H3 servers running with a Release 8.6 (or higher) version of SWRAID. If so, you can perform a fresh install of any version of pre-8.6 Unified Communications Manager by booting your systems with the 8.6 (or higher) version of the Recovery Disk. You must then select option C to clear/wipe out the system.
Per Cisco's End-of-Life policy, available at http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/eos-eol-policy.html,
the Recovery CD has not been tested against any application that is
beyond the end of SW maintenance date. The user assumes all risk if
the upgrades contained in the FWUCD are installed on a server that
is running applications that are beyond the end of SW maintenance