Switching to a file system from the Shell

To switch from the Shell to a file system before executing commands requiring file input or output:

  1. Using HDD, USB, or iLO virtual USB, attach a FAT16 or FAT32 formatted file system.
  2. Use the map –r command to refresh file system mappings.
  3. Enter one of the fsx file systems available, such as fs0 or fs1, and then press Enter.

    The prompt changes to fsx>, where x is the number of the file system selected. Files can now be accessed and written to any writable files in the specified file system.

Shell> map -r
NOTE: Output examples use the fs0:\> prompt to show where a file system would be accessed from the Shell.