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I'm thinking of the case where the newly booted test image renders
the device up but unreachable (for whatever reason... e.g. different
defaults). If one has written the new image into memory as the first
image to try, then reboot would not fix the problem.
On the other hand, I cannot at the moment think of how to boot and
inject a "reboot in N minutes" after the boot -- if one arms the
reboot timer before booting to the test image, that boot action would
cancel the reboot timer.
Can one put a "reboot in 10 minutes" into one's startup config perhaps?
It isn't a configuration command, though...