i'm having a strange problem with IOS-XR and removing class-map references from policy-maps. It does not seem to let me remove a reference to a class-map and remove the class-map in the same transaction. Is this a bug? I sent the commands in the correct order but it looks like the commit is evaluating them out of order.
I see the same behavior in XR 4.0 code. This is most likely a parsing issue with sysdb in the order it's being executed. I will look for known bugs and if I can't find one I will go ahead and file one.
I will post back with the bug id and any work arounds other than two separate commits.
Thanks for the confirmation. Can you confirm this similar scenario? Instead of removing a classmap from a policy then deleting it the classmap, remove a child service-policy reference from a policy map then delete the child policy. Same error that the chid policy is still in use.
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