[rancid] Re: Got Rancid working, now what?
Todd at equivoice.com
Wed Aug 9 19:06:10 UTC 2006
OH, so that is why I only saw one. Hmm, that kinda defeats the purpose
for me. Place I worked for before used a similar system that made
versions of the configurations in case someone fat fingered something,
we could rollback, I was looking to do that with Rancid.
From: Joseph Jackson [mailto:JJackson at aninetworks.com]
Sent: Wednesday, August 09, 2006 1:53 PM
To: Todd Heide; rancid-discuss at shrubbery.net
Subject: RE: [rancid] Got Rancid working, now what?
You set the time to poll based on a cron job. Once RANCID see's a
change it applies it to CVS and overwrights the old config. I don't
know where to change that but it does store the complete configs in
"/usr/local/rancid/var/routers/configs/" So you could always have
something copy them out to another location after the RANCID run
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> Subject: [rancid] Got Rancid working, now what?
> OK, I was able to do a test on a few devices successfully,
> but had to disable the sendmail lines in the config. The
> basic config that comes with the install of Rancid, does it
> have default settings on how long between polls, how many
> diffs to save, etc? Is there a better example for Cisco only
> that I can study? I had tested diff by changing a line on one
> router, and saw that it had picked up on it, but I did not
> see two copies in CVS, did I do something wrong, or am I
> looking in the wrong place?
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