The first thing to check is that your Change Audit purge policy is not too aggressive. This is done under RME > Admin > Change Audit > Set Purge Policy. Make sure it is not purging the records for which you're trying to search.
Next, check your inventory change filter, and make sure you haven't filtered out interesting inventory changes. This is done under RME > Admin > Inventory > Inventory Change Filter. Anything that is checked will NOT be tracked by Change Audit.
Finally, make sure your configurations are actually changing on the network. While RME will attempt to fetch configurations periodicially, it will only archive a new configuration and created a Change Audit record when the configuration actually has an interesting change. The list of changes which are not interesting can be set under RME > Admin > Config Mgmt > Exclude Commands.
If none of these check out, there may be a problem with the Change Audit system. Verify that the ChangeAudit daemon is running, and check the ca.log for any obvious errors.
The only way Change Audit will learn about config changes is if RME finds a change when it does its periodic polling or config fetch, you schedule a manual sync archive job, or the device in question sends a config change syslog message to the LMS server, and RME is configured to process it.
The quickest way to find out about a change is to run a manual sync archive job for this device, or configure it to send syslog messages to the LMS server. Since the config change was not picked up by RME, I'll assume you have not configured the device to send syslog messages to LMS, or your config fetch automated action is disabled, or there is some problem with your syslog configuration on the LMS server. Each are fairly easy to check.
If, however, you do not want to send syslog messages to LMS for config changes, then you will need to either run a manual sync archive job on this device, or wait for periodic polling or collection to pick up the change.
Wow, that should not be possible to do, but it is in RME 4.0.5 and 4.0.6. You cannot edit the action type in RME 4.1. There is no way to revert this without going into the rmeng database. You should open a TAC services request, and the engineer can walk you through the steps.
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