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Erase Buffer (/E)
Erases data from the buffer for a specified port.
Note: Buffered data which has been cleared by the /E command cannot be
recovered.
Command Availability: All (Administrator)
Command Format: /E[/Y] <n>
Where:
nis the specified port number. To erase buffers for all ports, enter an asterisk
in place of the port number.
/Y suppresses the "SURE? (Y/N)" prompt
CPM Response:
Verbose: SURE? (Y/N), if Y is entered, the CPM will respond with "OK".
Terse: 5, if Y is entered, the CPM will respond with 0.
Examples:
To clear the buffer for Port 3, access the CPM Command Mode from a port with "All"
command capability and type the following:
/E 3 [Enter]
To clear all port buffers, without displaying the "SURE? (Y/N)" prompt, access the CPM
Command Mode from a port with "All" command capability and type the following:
/E/Y * [Enter]
Initialize (/I)
Tests the CPM's internal memory and initializes the system with the default parameters
specified by the Setup Switch configuration.
Caution: When the /I command is invoked, the CPM will revert to the
parameters specified by the Set-Up Switch configuration. Any command
selected parameters will be lost.
Command Availability: All (Administrator)
Command Format: /I[/Y] [Enter]
Where /Y is a command option used to suppress the "SURE? (Y/N)" prompt.
CPM Response:
Verbose: SURE? (Y/N), if Y is entered, the CPM will begin the memory test and
initialization sequence.
Terse: 5, if Y is selected, the CPM will begin the memory test and initialization sequence.
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CPM Series - Control Port Managers, User's Guide Command Reference Guide
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