How do I delete an AS from an SVF system on an S series switch

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For S series switches (except the S1700), run the undo as { all | name as-name } command to delete an AS from an SVF system.
If an AS is bound to the instance of a performance management statistics task, run the undo binding instance-type instance-type { all | instance instance-name &<1-5> } command to delete the bound instance, and then delete the AS from the SVF system.

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How do I configure SVF on an S series switch
To configure SVF on an S series switch (except the S1700), click Configuration Guide - Device Management-SVF Configuration .

Upgrading S series switch through BootROM
To upgrade S series switches (except S1700 switches) using the BootROM, perform as follows: 1. Prepare the software package to be uploaded, and start the FTP or TFTP software on the PC as an FTP or TFTP server. 2. Connect the PC to the switch through a console cable, and start the terminal software (such as SecureCRT or HyperTerminal). 3. Power off and restart the switch. When the message "Press Ctrl+B to enter BOOTROM menu..." is displayed, press Ctrl+B to enter the BootROM menu. (The default BootROM password of fixed switches is huawei in versions earlier than V100R006C03 and Admin@huawei.com in V100R006C03 and later. The default BootROM password of modular switches is 9300 in versions earlier than V100R006 and Admin@huawei.com in V100R006 and later.) 4. Enter the file system submenu to verify that sufficient space is available for storing the system software. 5. Enter the Ethernet submenu to set FTP or TFTP parameters as prompted and download the system software package for the upgrade from the FTP server. 6. Enter the startup submenu to specify the newly uploaded system software package as the software for next startup. 7. Restart the switch.

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