Hi Choh,Member 1 is the master of the VSF and when you save the config, the VSF is saving it on the master (module 1/1 - the master is managing the configuration of all the devices). The config and the SW files are synchronized with the other members and probably the standby MM 2/1 will be affected as well. You may try to:- issue the command "show system resource-utilization all" and check the mmc health- connect to the standby member (command "member 2") and check, if there are some kind of actions/commands available, that will interact with the flash- if you reboot member 1 I am not 100% sure, if the device will boot correctly For the future make sure you are using version newer as 10.05.0021 with your devices, as there is important improvement for the storage util:https://support.hpe.com/hpesc/public/docDisplay?docId=a00107151en_usPage 3:"IMPORTANT: Aruba switches covered by this release note use eMMC or SSD storage. This isnon-volatile memory for persistent storage of config,files, databases, scripts, and so forth.Aruba recommends updating to version 10.05.0021 or later to implement significantimprovements to memory usage and prolong the life of the switch"And Storage bug ID 91243.
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