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Delete Devices in The Configuration Archival Summary

<p>I have LMS 2.6 RME4.0.6</p>

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<p>Can i delete or select all devcies that are in the Partially Successful status or field status in the Configuration Archival Summary</p>

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<p>Thanks</p>

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Cisco Employee

Re: Delete Devices in The Configuration Archival Summary

The best I have is a small UNIX shell script I wrote to wrap dcrcli's delete function. I have not created a complete implementation of the workaround. You could adapt my script to your needs, though.

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Cisco Employee

Re: Delete Devices in The Configuration Archival Summary

You can check the box next to Partially Successful, and perform a sync archive on all of those devices.  Once all of the configs have been fetched from each device, the device will move from partially successful to successful.

New Member

Re: Delete Devices in The Configuration Archival Summary

i would suspect yes...if you are unconcerned with retaining any of the information about them, delete them from common services...that will remove them from both CS and RME...

But, in doing so, it will not retain any inventory information (including archived configs).

r/bruce

New Member

Re: Delete Devices in The Configuration Archival Summary

My problem I need to delete more than 200+ devices that are related the bug CSCsh39475

Cisco Employee

Re: Delete Devices in The Configuration Archival Summary

Ah. I understand. Yes, this is easy to do. Click the number next to Partially Successful. At the top, you'll see an icon for exporting the devices to the device selector. Click that icon.

Then, go to RME > Devices > Device Management > RME Devices, and select the "Saved device list" group under RME. Then click Delete.

New Member

Re: Delete Devices in The Configuration Archival Summary

I can't see the icon of exporting the devices to the device selector, just export icon to file and print icon!!.

Cisco Employee

Re: Delete Devices in The Configuration Archival Summary

Sorry, I missed the fact that you said this was RME 4.0.6. This feature was added in RME 4.1. As a complex workaround, you could export this list to a file, then script dcrcli to delete the devices out of DCR. The downside of this approach is that you would need to re-add the devices to DCR including their credentials.

New Member

Re: Delete Devices in The Configuration Archival Summary

Thanks a lot.

Can you give an example for a group of device please.

Cisco Employee

Re: Delete Devices in The Configuration Archival Summary

The best I have is a small UNIX shell script I wrote to wrap dcrcli's delete function. I have not created a complete implementation of the workaround. You could adapt my script to your needs, though.

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