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PI2.1 Device Configuration Archive location in the linux system

Hi All, I'm using CiscoPI2.1 to backup the devices' configuration. I'm trying to find out the exact path where those configuration files locate. I ssh'ed in, changed to root. Under directory /localdisk/tftp, I can only find configuration files for some devices, not all of them. Please let me know under which directory I can find all the devices' configuration files. I'm not refering to the GUI. I'm referting to the Linux box. Thank you very much. Robert
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Cisco Employee

As per the suggestion on that

As per the suggestion on that thread, I wanted to inform you that this feature is still missing in Prime Infrastructure. In previous software Cisco prime LMS, it used to have all the configs in File system as flat files. PI has all the configs on Oracle DB indexed in multiple tables.

So it is little difficult to get this on Directory. Under TFTP you see some of them which are coped while copying from devices and should be ideally deleted by PI later.

If you open a TAC case, they can give you script to get the configs dumped and solve your problem easily.

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Vinod

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Cisco Employee

This is a known problem for

This is a known problem for PI users. Still hasnt been fixed.

For details you check this existing thread :

https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/11852236/pi-where-devices-archive-files-are-located#3975460

-Thanks

Vinod

**Encourage Contributors. RATE Them.**

-Thanks Vinod **Rating Encourages contributors, and its really free. **
Cisco Employee

As per the suggestion on that

As per the suggestion on that thread, I wanted to inform you that this feature is still missing in Prime Infrastructure. In previous software Cisco prime LMS, it used to have all the configs in File system as flat files. PI has all the configs on Oracle DB indexed in multiple tables.

So it is little difficult to get this on Directory. Under TFTP you see some of them which are coped while copying from devices and should be ideally deleted by PI later.

If you open a TAC case, they can give you script to get the configs dumped and solve your problem easily.

-Thanks

Vinod

**Encourage Contributors. RATE Them.**

-Thanks Vinod **Rating Encourages contributors, and its really free. **
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