I have a service that sends configs to several devices. I want to ensure that certain parts of the config are executed before other parts.
For instance, Device A and Device B will have configs issued against them via the service module. Device A is dependent on Device B's configurations, otherwise the inverse will cause errors. Is there a way that I can set a priority so that Device B will always receive its configuration changes before Device A does?
I would like to accomplish this in the same transaction.
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