Description                                                    Delete a locally stored file from the ACOS device.

Syntax                                                                  delete file-type file-name 




Type of file to be deleted:

  auth-portal (portal file for HTTP authentication)

  auth-portal-image (image file for the default authentication por­tal)

  auth-saml-idp (SAML metadata of the identity provider)

  bw-list (blacklist or whitelist)

  cgnv6 fixed-nat (fixed-NAT port mapping file)

  debug-monitor (debug file)

  geo-location (geo-location file)

  geo-location-class-list (geo-location class-list file)

  health-external (external script program)

  health-postfile (HTTP POST data file)

  license (temporary license file for a virtual/soft/cloud ACOS device)

  local-uri-file (local URI files for HTTP response)

  partition (hard delete an L3V partition)

  startup-config (startup configuration profile)

  web-category database (web-category database)


Name of the file you want to delete.


  For the geo-location option, you can specify all instead of a spe­cific file-name to delete all files.

  There is no file-name option for web-category database.

Default                                                                N/A

Mode                                                                   Configuration mode

Usage                                                                  The startup-config file type deletes the specified configuration profile linked to startup-config. The command deletes only the specific profile file-name you specify.

If the configuration profile you specify is linked to startup-config, the startup-config is automatically re-linked to the default configuration profile. (The default is the configuration profile stored in the image area from which the ACOS device most recently rebooted.)

Example                                                            The following command deletes configuration profile “slbconfig2”:

ACOS(config)#delete startup-config slbconfig2


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