For some reason, I do not have running configs for many of my devices in the archive/config tree, and therefore they aren't in the shadow directory tree either. I just took this over so I don't know the history.
All devices are properly managed and "Update Archive" does seem to update startup configs.
What is wrong and how do I get the running configs in there?
Oh... this is on Solaris 8. And I mis-typed the subject- it a problem getting running configs, not startup configs. D'oh!
I better clarify my question too: Update Archive updates all startup configs, but does not update all of the running configs. It doesn't notify me of the problem, it says it succeeded. But if you try to view the running config or a archive report, you then get the error that it can't access the file. If you look in the configs tree, you see only startup configs for the affected devices.
All file/directory permissions and ownership appear to be correct. Why is this happening and what do I do about it?
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