From what I was told, a number of NetConfig jobs scheduled to run in January somehow got reactivated recently, so stale changes got pushed. All NetConfig jobs have to go through an Approver group, so these jobs got approved either in Jan or recently or both times. Considering NetConfig jobs are set to be purged after 180 days, my questions are: What state could these jobs have been in, that they could be reactivated way past 180 days? If these jobs had run in January already, how did they manage to survive the 180-day purge? Does NetConfig job purge not delete jobs that are unapproved/pending/in draft mode? Do the Approvers get a second round of request for approval, when the jobs somehow get reactivated to run a second time? Are there any measures available to prevent a scenario like this from recurring?
This is most likely related to my bug, CSCsl98252. If the bugs remain in JRM, and backups or package installations are performed, the jobs have a chance of being restarted. If this was the case, I'm not certain if approvers would get another round of email. My guess is no as the job was already approved.
The bug is fixed in LMS 3.1, but I can provide a patch for LMS 3.0.1 as well if you contact the TAC.
Is there any known issue with the patch? After applying it, all of our NetConfig jobs seem to be marked "successful" without actually getting executed. I've debug log(s) on configjob, configjobmanger, and netconfig. I don't even see any traffic coming out of the LMS server to the target device(s), according to snoop.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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