Partially successful - Config archive

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Apr 23rd, 2009
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Hi,


We have LMS 2.6 with RME 4.0.5. For few devices we are getting partially successful in CONFIG ARCHIVE. In the log i found PRIMARY START-UP, RUNNING are failed but VLAN RUNNING was successful.


The error message is below,

1. 10.108.33.10 PRIMARY STARTUP Apr 24 2009 13:10:17 Failed to get the start tag-! in the configuration.Check if the startup-config file is present on the device. PRIMARY-STARTUP config Fetch Operation failed for TFTP. Failed to detect SSH version running on the device. Failed to fetch config using RCP.Connection refused: connect Verify RCP is enabled or not.

2. 10.108.33.10 PRIMARY RUNNING Apr 24 2009 13:10:35 Failed to get the start tag-! in the configuration.Check if the startup-config file is present on the device. PRIMARY-RUNNING config Fetch Operation failed for TFTP. Failed to detect SSH version running on the device. Failed to fetch config using RCP.Connection refused: connect Verify RCP is enabled or not.

3. 10.108.33.10 VLAN RUNNING Apr 24 2009 13:10:42 Successful


Pls help us to resolve this issue.

Thanks in advance.


Regards,

Pradeep

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Joe Clarke Fri, 04/24/2009 - 09:13
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This is most likely caused by command authorization. Make sure the user configured in DCR has access to run "show running" and "show startup".

pradeepkum Sun, 04/26/2009 - 23:18
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Hi Jclarke,


Thanks for your response. But the user i configured in DCR has the privilege for show running and show start. I manually logged in the switch with the same username and password and the show runn and start commands are working.

Joe Clarke Mon, 04/27/2009 - 09:18
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Then you should start a sniffer trace filtering on telnet traffic to this device. Perform a new Sync Archive to this device, then look at the sniffer trace when it fails. That should illustrate the problem.

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