[rancid] Re: ignore certain diff's
rspeed at gmail.com
Thu May 25 22:50:43 UTC 2006
I assume this isn't an out of the box solution, i'd have to modify the
scripts to actually use the DIFFSUPPRESSOPTS variable? I'm not trying
to sound ungreatful I just want to make sure I read the email
thanks for all the responses thus far.
On 5/24/06, Ed Ravin <eravin at panix.com> wrote:
> On Wed, May 24, 2006 at 09:11:56AM -0700, Ryan Speed wrote:
> > I've got rancid checking a few cisco routers running Callmanager
> > Express which has turned out to be a bit of an annoyance because when
> > people forward their phones I get the diff emails sent out. Before I
> > go hacking away at the scripts could someone suggest an elegant way to
> > add exceptions to the emailing of diffs?
> Assuming GNU diff, you could use something like this:
> DIFFSUPPRESSOPTS="-b -I '^ntp clock-period [0-9][0-9]*' -I '^! Last configuration change ' -I '^! NVRAM config last updated '"
> The above is a fragment from a non-RANCID script I have that manipulates
> the routers. The -I (or --ignore-matching-lines) option specifies patterns
> that diff will ignore if the differences in that line match the specified RE.
> I'm sure with judicious use of one or two shell variables, we could have
> settings in rancid.conf to allow various kinds of fine-tuning of the diff
> listing that RANCID mails out.
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