nocph | 1 Sep 14:25 2007

[rancid] Re: clogin tail logs


Yeah, that's different logs. What I want is actually see what clogin is doing... like grep command.

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Subject: [rancid] Re: clogin tail logs

Hi there,
 
You can check the logfiles in the ~rancid/var/log/ directory. When rancid-run runs it will create an logfile for every groep. Someting like testgroup.20070830.131022, where 20070830 is the date and 131022 is the time. I hope this is what you were looking for.
 
Regards,
  Mark

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Subject: [rancid] clogin tail logs

Hi Guys,

How can I see the log of clogin? Something like tail logs.

Thanks,
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David Luyer | 3 Sep 01:12 2007
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[rancid] Re: clogin tail logs

First you ask for the 'tail' logs now you want something like
'grep'?  Are you just picking random words you've seen people type
into shell prompts?  Should I be surprised your posts come from an
AOL address?  Will your next post simply say 'me too'?

If you want the logs, Mark told you where they are.

If you want to see the configurations when they're in the process
of being downloaded, Lance told you where to find them.

If you want something more verbose, you'll have to run in debug
mode.  You can run manually "rancid -d DEVICE" where DEVICE is the
device name.  If it is hanging when you try that you can look at
the command line that is using for clogin, and run clogin manually
with those options.

If you want to know more, read the source.  It's all scripts and it's
all pretty easy to understand.

Or you could actually consider what you really want and try to write
more than a few words in your question.

David.

>  Yeah, that's different logs. What I want is actually see what clogin is
> doing... like grep command.
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> logs.
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Laura Ball | 5 Sep 16:22 2007

[rancid] Exclude interface state changes

Currently our config-fetcher is reporting all interface state changes on our Cisco routers running IOS. I would like to know how I can exclude this information from being sent.

 

 

 

 

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Lance | 5 Sep 20:17 2007
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[rancid] Re: Exclude interface state changes

Laura,

Are you sure you are talking about interface state? Interface state is
not tracked in the IOS. Interface state on the CatOS is tracked in the
config.txt but not IOS. I have been running RANCID for many years and
have not seen this. Please show me what you are talking about.

-Lance

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Fox, Brad | 5 Sep 21:37 2007

[rancid] Config diffs email alerts

Currently we have four separate groups in Rancid that are being monitored and collected including “Access-Points”, “Routers”, “Switches”, and “Service Centers”. When I get emails on devices that configurations have changed or have not been polled successfully the email subject line always reads like the following:

 

Switches router config diffs

 

Does anyone know where the file is located and how to change it in order to get it to look for the group name and implant the group name into the header versus it always saying router config diffs?

 

 

Thank you for your help.

 

Sincerely,

 

Brad

 

 

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David Luyer | 6 Sep 03:42 2007
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[rancid] Re: Config diffs email alerts

> Does anyone know where the file is located and how to change it in order
> to get it to look for the group name and implant the group name into the
> header versus it always saying router config diffs?

You want to modify control_rancid down towards the end.

It's just a shell script - you could add a case statement if you need to
put some extra logic in there.

David.

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Fox, Brad | 6 Sep 15:23 2007

[rancid] Re: Config diffs email alerts

Thank you David. I will give that a try.

Brad A. Fox

Brad A. Fox
Network Mgmt Consultant
Global Network Services
Black & Decker 
Office: (410) 716-3263

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> Does anyone know where the file is located and how to change it in
order
> to get it to look for the group name and implant the group name into
the
> header versus it always saying router config diffs?

You want to modify control_rancid down towards the end.

It's just a shell script - you could add a case statement if you need to
put some extra logic in there.

David.

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Knecht | 20 Sep 18:15 2007
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[rancid] tac+ user and password

Hi

Today i had my first experiments with RANCID.
I try to clogin to one of your cisco routers, we are using tac+.
clogin use my name but not my tac+ password.

I setup .cloginrc file with the following settings.

add password my.router cisco cisco
add userpassword my.router cisco
add method * {ssh} {telnet}
add noenable *

When i change my tac+ password to cisco it works.
Is there any way to let clogin know that he should use my tac+ password ?

Regards
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Mike Ashcraft | 20 Sep 18:54 2007

[rancid] Re: tac+ user and password

Thorston,

Change .clogin to use your tac+ password instead of "cisco".

clogin is obtaining your username from the environment, you need to
provide your password in .cloginrc.

Mike

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Subject: [rancid] tac+ user and password

Hi

Today i had my first experiments with RANCID.
I try to clogin to one of your cisco routers, we are using tac+.
clogin use my name but not my tac+ password.

I setup .cloginrc file with the following settings.

add password my.router cisco cisco
add userpassword my.router cisco
add method * {ssh} {telnet}
add noenable *

When i change my tac+ password to cisco it works.
Is there any way to let clogin know that he should use my tac+ password
?

Regards
Thorsten
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Knecht | 20 Sep 19:07 2007
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[rancid] Re: tac+ user and password

Mike,

Thx for your feedback.
Ok, but it is a little bit unsecure.
Can i use DES encryption like tac_pwd and login = des ....
in the tac_plus config ?

Thorsten
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> Betreff: RE: [rancid]  tac+ user and password

> Thorston,
> 
> Change .clogin to use your tac+ password instead of "cisco".
> 
> clogin is obtaining your username from the environment, you need to
> provide your password in .cloginrc.
> 
> Mike
> 
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> Subject: [rancid] tac+ user and password
> 
> Hi
> 
> Today i had my first experiments with RANCID.
> I try to clogin to one of your cisco routers, we are using tac+.
> clogin use my name but not my tac+ password.
> 
> I setup .cloginrc file with the following settings.
> 
> add password my.router cisco cisco
> add userpassword my.router cisco
> add method * {ssh} {telnet}
> add noenable *
> 
> When i change my tac+ password to cisco it works.
> Is there any way to let clogin know that he should use my tac+ password
> ?
> 
> 
> Regards
> Thorsten
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