"Couldnot copy file contents from 20080408091310812-10.134.47.146.cfg to 11-20080408091307.cfg."
A bit of history:
I recently changed the hostname of my server and ran the LMS script to update everything. Unfortunately, things didnt seem quite as stable as before so I re-installed (this is pre-prod).
So I then did a backup restore and since then, im getting the above errors. *none* of my configs are being archived.
Ive tried removing all the configs from the ciscoworks tftpboot directory and ive also checked the permissions of that directory.
Now, the thing is, the .cfg files are being created in the tftpboot directory, but if I open them, they are garbled. Is this the correct behaviour? And if it is correct, why is it still showing as failed in RME?
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