There is no explicit means or method to actually troubleshoot switch supervisor redundancy. Instead, the troubleshooting process entails understanding the redundancy method implemented, and how it is supposed to function, i.e. what the norm is. From there, you can identify any anomalies with the switchover process. For the most part, if a supervisor redundancy mode is not functioning the way it should be, you should seek the assistance of the TAC. The following section describes the supported supervisor redundancy methods.
Understanding Switch Supervisor Redundancy
Cisco Catalyst 4500 and 6500 series switches support two supervisor modules or engines . . .
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