john heasley <heas <at> shrubbery.net>
2003-03-26 21:18:51 GMT
Wed, Mar 26, 2003 at 05:10:01AM -0800, Rizzo, Joe:
> Unsupported commands are not a big deal. The 'End of run not found' is
> not good however.
> Set 'NOPIPE=YES; export NOPIPE' in <rancid dir>/bin/env. Then run
> do-diffs. A file will be created with the exact output form rancid.
> The file will be called <router name>.raw Review this file to determine
> why there is not a 'end' to the 'write term' command.
> Hope this helps,
you also need to specify the '-d' option to rancid, else this file
will be deleter.
another useful data-point is what appears at the end of the <router name>.new
file. this will provide clues as to what command's output and maybe what
within that output caused the heart-burn.
given the first command in the missed list is show bootvar, i suspect it
is 'show boot' that triggered it. what o/p do you get from this command?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Strina Nicolas [mailto:nicolas.strina <at> smart-telecom.ch]
> Sent: Wednesday, March 26, 2003 2:45 AM
> To: rancid-discuss <at> shrubbery.net
> I've just installed Rancid on a Linux BOX, and when i am doing the
> i have a problem with some CISCO commands not listed in the IOS:
> Getting missed routers: round 4.
> ir00.pul.lsn.lb0.ch.vtxnet.net: missed cmd(s): show bootvar,dir /all
> sup-microcode:,show boot,show vlan,dir /all slot0:,show c7200,show
> module,dir /all slot1:,write term,dir /all sup-bootflash:,dir /all
> nvram:,dir /all slot2:,show diag,show controllers cbus,show env all,dir
> disk0:,dir /all disk1:,show vtp status,dir /all disk2:,show gsr
> variables boot,show controllers,dir /all bootflash:,show diagbus,show
> flash,show install active
> ir00.pul.lsn.lb0.ch.vtxnet.net: End of run not found
> !ROM Bootstrap: Version 11.1(20)AA2, EARLY DEPLOYMENT RELEASE SOFTWARE
> Is there any possibilities to disable these commands ? Or is it working
> anyway ?
> STRINA Nicolas
> IP Network Engineer
> VTX Services - Internet Service Provider
> Av. de Lavaux, 101 CH-1009 Pully
> nicolas.strina <at> smart-telecom.ch