How do I backup an HP 1:10GB Ethernet Blade Switch

Hello All,

I have inherited an HP 1:10GB Ethernet Blade Switch.  I want to know the proper way to back this switch up.  I have been reading through the command reference guide and it looks like I just do the following:
1.  Putty into the switch
2.  Go to the configuration menu
3.  Run the following:  
               Configuration# ptcfg 192.168.250.155 HPSW-Backup-7-17-15
                         - 192.168.250.155 is the IP of my workstation which is running TFTP
                         - HPSW-Backup-7-17-15 is the name of the backup

My questions are:
1.  Is this the right way to backup the switch?
2.  Is there any interruption of service when the switch is backed up?
3.  Is there a way to show the running configuration on a HP switch (like 'show run' on a Cisco switch?

Thanks for your help on this.

Nick
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Zephyr ICTCloud ArchitectCommented:
Hi,

1. Yes, that is the right way to backup the switch.
2. There shouldn't be an interruption.
3. I'm not sure, but you might try the "dump" command /cfg/dump.
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