Buffer Functions (Polling)
16.1.3. Releasing the Partition
Any of the following events will release the partition:
1. Exit Command Mode: When the Console Port, Modem Port, or
Network Port exits from command mode, the VIP will release the
partition for that port.
2. Release Partition Function: When this function (Buffer Functions
Menu) is performed, the VIP will release the partition for the port that
invoked the command. For more information, please refer to
3. Release Remote Partition: (Supervisor Mode Only) This function
can be used to release a partition that was established by another port.
The Release Remote Partition function is available via the Buffer
Functions menu, or by invoking command ^B76 with the proper
arguments. For more information, please refer to the Command
Reference Guide in Section 19.
4. Command ^B00,R: When command ^B00 is invoked with the "R"
argument (^B00,R), the VIP will release the partition for the port
that invoked the command. For more information, please refer to
5. At the End of an FTP Push Session: When the FTP Push feature
ﬁnishes sending the requested data, the partition that was set for the
FTP Push feature will be released. For more information, please refer
to Section 16.4.
6. FTP Server Function: The partition that is set for the FTP Server
function will be released when any of the following events occur:
a) When the FTP client disconnects, the partition for the selected ﬁle
will be released.
b) After a ﬁle has been downloaded to the FTP client, the partition
will be released if the ﬁle is deleted from the VIP's buffer
memory, either by the Auto Delete function, or by the FTP client's
c) When the FTP client is used to select a different ﬁle, the partition
for a previously selected ﬁle (if any) will be released.