[rancid] Unable to figure out "end of run not found"

Piegorsch, Weylin William weylin at bu.edu
Wed Jul 3 20:52:30 UTC 2019

Hi Kevin,
I think you said this is a ZTE device, but that you’re using -t cisco. is ZTE a cisco device?

From: Kevin Morales <kevin.moralez at gmail.com>
Date: Wednesday, July 3, 2019 at 3:18 PM
To: john heasley <heas at shrubbery.net>
Cc: Weylin Piegorsch <weylin at bu.edu>, Nick Nauwelaerts <nick.nauwelaerts at aquafin.be>, "rancid-discuss at shrubbery.net" <rancid-discuss at shrubbery.net>
Subject: Re: [rancid] Unable to figure out "end of run not found"

I am sorry, I dont get you, What do you want I do?

on my Rancid Server I execute:
[rancid at localhost bin]$ NOPIPE=yes ./rancid -d -t  cisco

On Wed, Jul 3, 2019 at 12:43 PM john heasley <heas at shrubbery.net<mailto:heas at shrubbery.net>> wrote:
Wed, Jul 03, 2019 at 11:33:08AM -0600, Kevin Morales:
> Thanks Piegorsh,
> I did it..
> NOPIPE=yes ./rancid -d -t cisco
> but in the two file and don't see anything
> about this error. both show the correct command output.

correct command output and matching the criteria that i described below
for type cisco are not necessarily the same thing.  read it again.

> On Wed, Jul 3, 2019 at 11:29 AM Piegorsch, Weylin William <weylin at bu.edu<mailto:weylin at bu.edu>>
> wrote:
> > > * <>: End of run not found*
> > ><>: clean_run is false
> > ><>: found_end is false
> > > !</isis>
> >
> > found end means that it found the end of the config; for type cisco,
> > that means "^end".
> >
> > clean run means that it found the cli logout; for type cisco, that
> > means "prompt[>#] exit$"

Kevin Morales
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