I guess this is a two part question.
The first issue seems that some device jobs fail even though the IOS and commands are successfully applied. Often this is at sites where we have a significant amount of latency / saturated network links. Is there a way to "tune" RME to either try multiple times to verify or to wait longer for a response to timeout. I do believe a lot of these came when upgrading from 12.2(25) train so it may also be due to the IOS version.
Is there a way to verify with RME whether or not an IOS has been successfully updloaded to a device and that the boot commands are in place?
This would be helpful as well since we often push to a device and wait days/weeks to get authorization to reload the router/switch/etc. So it would be nice just to 'double check' that a device has an IOS before I schedule a reload to be pushed out.
Below is the version info:
|LMS Portal||1.1.0||Licensed||Not applicable|
|CiscoWorks Assistant||1.1.0||Licensed||Not applicable|
|CiscoWorks Common Services||3.2.0||Licensed||Not applicable|
|Integration Utility||1.8.0||Licensed||Not applicable|
|Resource Manager Essentials||4.2.0||Purchased||1500|
|Device Fault Manager||3.1.1||Purchased||1500|
|Internetwork Performance Monitor||4.1.0||Purchased||1500|