[rancid] Re: Cisco 9124 SAN Switch
rancid at gheek.net
Mon Mar 3 15:12:27 UTC 2008
Here is how it has been done in the past. Refer to this thread.
Modifying control_rancid with this line might solve your issue.
cvs -f diff -U 4 --ignore-matching-lines='^callhome$' | sed -e '/^RCS
file: /d' -e '/^--- /d' -e '/^+++ /d' -e 's/^\([-+ ]\)/\1 /'
Similar solution is in this thread too.
Note I have not verified this is possible with any version of rancid,
just sharing what others have shared in the past.
On 3/3/08, Mark.Favas at csiro.au <Mark.Favas at csiro.au> wrote:
> I'm trying to use rancid on a Cisco MDS 9124 SAN switch running SAN-OS ver
> 3.1(3a). Initially I had a problem with the WriteTerm subroutine of the
> rancid script not recognising when the "end of config" had been reached. By
> making a change similar to that for the ContentEngine, I got past that
> problem (happy to post diffs if there's any interest). Now I regularly get
> emails that the config has changed because the order of some of the output
> lines changes (below - the "callhome" line flips about). Has anyone on the
> list got a Cisco SAN switch working with rancid?
> Mark Favas
> no snmp-server enable traps vrrp
> snmp-server enable traps license
> - callhome
> fcalias name SH1_2_2 vsan 1
> member pwwn 21:01:00:1b:32:38:50:10
> fcalias name SH2_2_2 vsan 1
> @@ -114,8 +113,9 @@
> fcalias name L180_DR_1 vsan 1
> member pwwn 50:01:04:f0:00:58:e7:af
> + callhome
> zone name SH1_2_2_ZONE vsan 1
> member fcalias SH1_2_2
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