[rancid] Nexus 7000 series backup issues.
tim.moermond at capitol.net
Thu Aug 30 19:52:47 UTC 2012
Quick clarification, I did not need to load the linux expect hack on our
Redhat Enterprise 64 Bit 5.8 server, however we were not able to determine if
Redhat had actually included it or not already in their implementation of
Okay I figured it out. On my Nexus 7000 version of NXOS 5.1(3) if you remove
the banner motd completely the system defaults to the following " #User
Access Verification#Using keyboard-interactive authentication." Which of
course includes the "#" symbol preventing the rancid from logging in
properly. As soon as I set a new banner motd then the problem goes away.
So this all worked and the linux expect hack did not have to be used.
From: Daniel Schmidt [mailto:daniel.schmidt at wyo.gov]
Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2012 1:41 PM
To: Moermond, Timothy; rancid-discuss at shrubbery.net
Subject: RE: [rancid] Nexus 7000 series backup issues.
Does it go away if you remove all your banner/motd?
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[mailto:rancid-discuss-bounces at shrubbery.net] On Behalf Of Moermond, Timothy
Sent: Thursday, August 30, 2012 8:49 AM
To: rancid-discuss at shrubbery.net
Subject: [rancid] Nexus 7000 series backup issues.
I know this has been discussed before, but I still do not seem to be able to
find the solution to backing up the Nexus 7000 that I have.
nexus_1 clogin error: Error: TIMEOUT reached
nexus_1: missed cmd(s): show module,show environment fex all fan,show
license,dir usb1:,dir debug:,show debug,show version build-info all,show
cores vdc-all,show vtp status,show environment fan,show module xbar,show
environment power,show license host-id,show inventory,dir usb2:,show vlan,dir
volatile:,dir bootflash:,dir slot0:,term no monitor-force,show processes log
vdc-all,show environment clock,dir logflash:,show license usage,show
version,show running-config,show system redundancy status,show environment
nexus_1: End of run not found
If I use clogin I notice that it is getting hung up at the password prompt.
The prompt has not been changed from the standard Cisco uses. If I enter the
password in .cloginrc, everything is fine. I haven't been able to figure out
why it stops at this point, it is using the same login paramters as my other
devices and they are all working fine.
Not sure where to go next.
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