Saves the contents of a RAID controller's flash in a UFI file. The name of the UFI file is based on the controller type and can't be changed.

You must restart the computer following a SAVE command.

The command syntax for the SAVE command is:

AFU SAVE [/C<Controller ID>] [/D <UFI File Path>]

These switches are available:

  • /C <Controller ID>—One or more RAID controller IDs representing the set of RAID controllers on which to perform the specified command. The default is 0; if the computer has multiple RAID controllers, the AFU defaults to controller 0 unless you specify otherwise.

    For example:

    To specify a single RAID controller ID: /C 0

    To specify multiple IDs separated by commas: /C 0,2

    To indicate all RAID controllers:ALL

    If you are using multiple RAID controllers, you must specify the controller you want by using the /C switch; otherwise, the AFU displays an error message and exits.

  • /D <UFI File Path>—Specifies the path where the UFI files are located. If you do not specify the /D switch, the AFU looks for (or creates) its UFI files in the default location.

    You cannot specify the name of a UFI file, only its path. UFI filenames are predefined, based on the RAID controller type.

    In this example, the AFU saves flash contents from RAID controller 0 to a UFI file in the current default drive and directory:

    A:\> AFU SAVE /C 0

    In this example, the AFU saves flash contents from Controller 1 to a UFI file in C:\UFI_FILES:

    A:\> AFU SAVE /C 1 /D C:\UFI_FILES

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