[rancid] MikroTik missed cmd(s): system package print detail without-paging
it-info at bugtusselwireless.com
Wed Jan 7 21:30:07 UTC 2015
When I test it manually, I always test using the rancid user, which is what cron also runs as.
No, they're not running full tables.
Yes, a /system package print detail without-paging completes successfully and quickly via ssh.
Yes, the /system identity is composed of alphanumeric characters, as well as periods and dashes.
Again, it seems that the only MikroTiks that have issues are those that have been replaced. I can pretty much guarantee that if a MikroTik router fails and gets replaced, it will no longer get backed up automatically in RANCID due to the error. This has not been the case for Juniper or Cisco devices, those seem to work fine when they're replaced.
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> I've got an issue specifically with MikroTik devices. When RANCID runs, it
> skips a bunch of MikroTik devices with this type of error:
> mikrotik01: missed cmd(s): system package print detail without-paging
> If I log in and run rancid-run manually, sometimes it will work and
> sometimes it won't, but it never works from cron. These MikroTik devices
> are those that have been replaced due to failure or other reason. I delete
> the key in .ssh/known_keys, the new key is added upon next run, but then
> this error appears. Since we've replaced many MikroTiks over the past 6
> months, the list of MikroTik devices with this issue is growing - I've got
> about 20 now.
Are you running from cron as the same user as run by hand?
Are these boxes running full tables? How long does an /export take if you run it by hand?
Does a /system package print detail without-paging complete successfully if you run it via ssh?
Is your /system identity dns style or does it have other characters/symbols?
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