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For Free BSD, it seems that this problem, or similar, may have recently appeared with the expect-devel port (5.44.x).

What we've seen is that it does not hang but otherwise resembles this same bug.

So, at the very least we have fewer **problems** that magically appear.

-- Jason Lewis Below are a few sample diffs (or "output") to give you an idea of the sort of things that RANCID can catch. Slot 6/PCA: part 73-3302-03 rev C0 ver 3, serial CAB031216OL - ! Slot 6/MBUS: part 73-2146-07 rev B0 dev 0, serial CAB031112SB - ! Slot 6/MBUS: software 01.36 (RAM) (ROM version is 01.33) ! Slot 7/PCA: part 73-2170-03 rev B0 ver 3, serial CAB024901SI ! Slot 7/MBUS: part 73-2146-06 rev A0 dev 0, serial CAB02060044 @@ -136,11 130,8 @@ boot system flash slot0: logging buffered 32768 debugging no logging console enable secret 5

For Free BSD, it seems that this problem, or similar, may have recently appeared with the expect-devel port (5.44.x).What we've seen is that it does not hang but otherwise resembles this same bug.So, at the very least we have fewer **problems** that magically appear.-- Jason Lewis Below are a few sample diffs (or "output") to give you an idea of the sort of things that RANCID can catch. Slot 6/PCA: part 73-3302-03 rev C0 ver 3, serial CAB031216OL - ! Slot 6/MBUS: part 73-2146-07 rev B0 dev 0, serial CAB031112SB - ! Slot 6/MBUS: software 01.36 (RAM) (ROM version is 01.33) ! Slot 7/PCA: part 73-2170-03 rev B0 ver 3, serial CAB024901SI ! Slot 7/MBUS: part 73-2146-06 rev A0 dev 0, serial CAB02060044 @@ -136,11 130,8 @@ boot system flash slot0: logging buffered 32768 debugging no logging console enable secret 5 $1$73Y1$gr Xu Rju Zxf Si LYv1s BRUz0 To: [email protected]: example router config diffs Precedence: bulk Index: =================================================================== retrieving revision 1.19 diff -u -4 -r1.19 @@ -28,9 28,9 @@ nyc.example.com:cisco:up ord.example.com:cisco:up pao.example.com:juniper:up Index: configs/pao.=================================================================== retrieving revision 1.1 diff -u -4 -r1.1 [email protected]@ -0,0 1,1391 @@ # pao.show chassis clocks # Reference clock status: # Current source: Primary # Primary source: Internal # Secondary source: Internal # Tertiary source: Internal # Rollover algorithm: Holdover # PLL mode: Free-running # PLL errors: 0 # Sync message current: 0x00 # Sync message normal: 0x00 # Sync message override: 0x00 # Reference clock ppm: 5 # # pao.show chassis firmware # Part Type Version # System control board ROM Juniper ROM Monitor Version 3.0b1 # O/S Version 3.2I1 by root on 1999-06-07 # FPC 1 ROM Juniper ROM Monitor Version 3.0b1 # O/S Version 3.2I1 by root on 1999-06-07 # FPC 5 ROM Juniper ROM Monitor Version 3.0b1 # O/S Version 3.2I1 by root on 1999-06-07 # [ ....

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For Free BSD, it seems that this problem, or similar, may have recently appeared with the expect-devel port (5.44.x).

What we've seen is that it does not hang but otherwise resembles this same bug.

So, at the very least we have fewer **problems** that magically appear.

-- Jason Lewis Below are a few sample diffs (or "output") to give you an idea of the sort of things that RANCID can catch. Slot 6/PCA: part 73-3302-03 rev C0 ver 3, serial CAB031216OL - ! Slot 6/MBUS: part 73-2146-07 rev B0 dev 0, serial CAB031112SB - ! Slot 6/MBUS: software 01.36 (RAM) (ROM version is 01.33) ! Slot 7/PCA: part 73-2170-03 rev B0 ver 3, serial CAB024901SI ! Slot 7/MBUS: part 73-2146-06 rev A0 dev 0, serial CAB02060044 @@ -136,11 130,8 @@ boot system flash slot0: logging buffered 32768 debugging no logging console enable secret 5 $1$73Y1$gr Xu Rju Zxf Si LYv1s BRUz0 To: [email protected]: example router config diffs Precedence: bulk Index: =================================================================== retrieving revision 1.19 diff -u -4 -r1.19 @@ -28,9 28,9 @@ nyc.example.com:cisco:up ord.example.com:cisco:up pao.example.com:juniper:up Index: configs/pao.=================================================================== retrieving revision 1.1 diff -u -4 -r1.1 [email protected]@ -0,0 1,1391 @@ # pao.show chassis clocks # Reference clock status: # Current source: Primary # Primary source: Internal # Secondary source: Internal # Tertiary source: Internal # Rollover algorithm: Holdover # PLL mode: Free-running # PLL errors: 0 # Sync message current: 0x00 # Sync message normal: 0x00 # Sync message override: 0x00 # Reference clock ppm: 5 # # pao.show chassis firmware # Part Type Version # System control board ROM Juniper ROM Monitor Version 3.0b1 # O/S Version 3.2I1 by root on 1999-06-07 # FPC 1 ROM Juniper ROM Monitor Version 3.0b1 # O/S Version 3.2I1 by root on 1999-06-07 # FPC 5 ROM Juniper ROM Monitor Version 3.0b1 # O/S Version 3.2I1 by root on 1999-06-07 # [ ....

It is based on Ed Kern's looking glass which was once used for for the old-school folks who remember it.

Y1$gr Xu Rju Zxf Si LYv1s BRUz0 To: [email protected]: example router config diffs Precedence: bulk Index: =================================================================== retrieving revision 1.19 diff -u -4 -r1.19 @@ -28,9 28,9 @@ nyc.example.com:cisco:up ord.example.com:cisco:up pao.example.com:juniper:up Index: configs/pao.=================================================================== retrieving revision 1.1 diff -u -4 -r1.1 [email protected]@ -0,0 1,1391 @@ # pao.show chassis clocks # Reference clock status: # Current source: Primary # Primary source: Internal # Secondary source: Internal # Tertiary source: Internal # Rollover algorithm: Holdover # PLL mode: Free-running # PLL errors: 0 # Sync message current: 0x00 # Sync message normal: 0x00 # Sync message override: 0x00 # Reference clock ppm: 5 # # pao.show chassis firmware # Part Type Version # System control board ROM Juniper ROM Monitor Version 3.0b1 # O/S Version 3.2I1 by root on 1999-06-07 # FPC 1 ROM Juniper ROM Monitor Version 3.0b1 # O/S Version 3.2I1 by root on 1999-06-07 # FPC 5 ROM Juniper ROM Monitor Version 3.0b1 # O/S Version 3.2I1 by root on 1999-06-07 # [ ....

It is based on Ed Kern's looking glass which was once used for for the old-school folks who remember it.

There is packagng for OS X via Homebrew and Peter Harrison wrote for Linux and Linux Home Networks in "Network Device Backups with RANCID".

OK, these are not so much patches, as they are hacks.

The real problem is likely within Tcl, but I do not have the time to invest in tracking it down. [ Thanks to Dorian Kim and Mike Hyde for use of their Linux boxes.

Making the file descriptors non-blocking caused streams problems for us under Solaris 2.9.

This patch ought to work just fine for Linux as well.

If you are using SVN, viewvc works, and Scotty Hinote describes some other SVN tools nicely in the list-mail

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