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show boot on Cisco 6000

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When I input show boot on our 6509, I get the following line at the end of the output: "Standby is not present."

I'm assuming that this means that a secondary / backup boot image is not specified. Is this correct? How can I resolve this output?
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How many supervisors in the 6509 chassis? I think this means there is no image on the stanby Supervisor or not standy supervisor.
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