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Unable to remove 'cifs preposition' from WAE

Hi.

I created a 'cifs preposition' using the CLI on the WAE instead of doing this on the Central Manager and now I am unable to remove it, I keep getting this error below when I use the 'no' command.

Here is the config and steps I am taking and the error I receive:

!

accelerator cifs preposition 19927

   name "remove"

   server "10.10.12.90"

   root "repository/REGIONS/"

   credentials username xxxx domain xx password xxxxxxx

   max-cache 2

   no ignore-hidden-dir

   no recursive

   scan-type since last

   schedule

   no enable

   modified 19:09:2012 09:51:58

exit

!

When I try to remove using the following: WAE1(config)#no accelerator cifs preposition 19927 I receive the error below.

"config: spawnp: verify binary file: /ruby/bin/echo: No such file or directory

Error spawning user process '/ruby/bin/echo': No such file or directory"

Thanks

Zubair

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Hello Zubair,

This is a rather ugly cosmetic problem. The root cause is that you should do:

conf t
accelerator cifs preposition remove 19927

This will remove the preposition. The 'no ...' syntax is in fact not supported.

Hope this helps, Peter

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Cisco Employee

Hello Zubair,

This is a rather ugly cosmetic problem. The root cause is that you should do:

conf t
accelerator cifs preposition remove 19927

This will remove the preposition. The 'no ...' syntax is in fact not supported.

Hope this helps, Peter

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Peter,

As always thanks for taking time to respond. Indeed your method is correct and worked.

I do agree with your sentiments, this is an "ugly cosmetic problem", Cisco should keep a standard which we all used by using 'no' to negate the command.

Thanks for your help.

Regards

Zubair

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