[rancid] Need some Help - F5's in RANCID
eric at rebtel.com
Wed Jun 22 23:22:49 UTC 2011
The ssl config hasn't moved it's still in /config/ssl/ssl.<crt/csr/crt/key>
From: rancid-discuss-bounces at shrubbery.net [mailto:rancid-discuss-bounces at shrubbery.net] On Behalf Of Lance Vermilion
Sent: den 22 juni 2011 23:36
To: rancid-discuss at shrubbery.net
Subject: Re: [rancid] Need some Help - F5's in RANCID
It would also be good to check on 10.x that the ssl stuff is still in the same spot. If it isn't then let everyone know so people can look to make a modification so it will work.
On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 9:51 AM, john heasley <heas at shrubbery.net<mailto:heas at shrubbery.net>> wrote:
Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 03:02:32PM +0200, Eric Jagaeus:
> > Chris,
> > You're doing anything wrong. You'll probably find that you can 'rancid-run -r <dev name>' and have it backup properly. I would recommend getting a good backup of the keys once and then comment out the lines in the command table.
> why? what is special about the keys?
shouldnt be anything; but perhaps the parsing routine for ssl.crt is eating
too much output.
i'd first verify that the login script is collecting everything.
export NOPIPE=YES;f5login -d ... and verify that the *.raw file has all
> > RANCID. The trouble I'm running into is that they were backing up
> > fine for a short while, but have recently stopped backing up and continue showing the following in the logs:
> > =====================================
> > Getting missed routers: round 4.
> > xxxx.yyyy.com<http://xxxx.yyyy.com>: missed cmd(s): ls --full-time --color=never /config/ssl/ssl.crt,ls --full-time --color=never /config/ssl/ssl.key
> > zzzz.yyyy.com<http://zzzz.yyyy.com>: missed cmd(s): ls --full-time --color=never /config/ssl/ssl.crt,ls --full-time --color=never /config/ssl/ssl.key
> > I've been debugging and have verified the following:
> > - I have valid and functioning credentials in the .cloginrc file
> > - I have the devices listed in a 'load-balancer' group's router.db file with the keyword 'f5' and the flag 'up'
> > - I have tested the login via clogin - works fine
> > (I have run clogin with the '-c' command list that f5rancid issues...and everything works fine)
> > - I have run f5rancid in debug mode - works fine
> > (when I run this I see that all the commands run and see a "HIT COMMAND" next to every command issued)
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