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    rename

    Syntax

    rename [ sourcePath]sourceFilename [ destinationPath]destinationFilename

    Release Information

    Command introduced before JunosE Release 7.1.0.
    hostName and deviceName variables added in JunosE Release 7.2.0.

    Description

    Renames a local file. There is no no version.

    Note: You cannot change the extension of a file, for example, from .mac to .scr. See Renaming Files in the JunosE System Basics Configuration Guide for detailed information on file type usage with the rename command.

    Options

    • sourcePath—Path to the source in the format:
      hostName: | deviceName: | /incoming/subdirectory/ | /outgoing/subdirectory/
      • hostName:—Name of the network host
      • deviceName:—Name of the device specifying a flash card slot
      • disk0—Specifies flash card slot 0 on the primary SRP module; if no device is specified for the primary SRP module, then disk0 is used
      • disk1—Specifies flash card slot 1 on the primary SRP module; source and destination file types must be .dmp; supported only on the E120 router and the E320 router
      • standby—Specifies flash card slot 0 on the standby SRP module for backward compatibility
      • standby-disk0—Specifies flash card slot 0 on the standby SRP module
      • standby-disk1—Specifies flash card slot 1 on the standby SRP module; source and destination file types must be .dmp; supported only on E120 and E320 routers
      • incoming—Specifies the router’s incoming FTP directory
      • subdirectory—Name of a subdirectory on the router’s FTP server. If the subdirectory does not exist, the router creates it.
      • outgoing—Specifies the router’s outgoing FTP directory
    • sourceFileName—File to rename
    • destinationPath—Path to the destination in the format:
      networkPath | /incoming/subdirectory | /outgoing/subdirectory
      • networkPath—Path to the network host
      • incoming—Specifies the incoming router’s FTP directory
      • subdirectory—Name of a subdirectory on the router’s FTP server. If the subdirectory does not exist, the router creates it.
      • outgoing—Specifies the router’s outgoing FTP directory
    • destinationFileName—New filename

    Mode

    Privileged Exec

    Published: 2014-08-18