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Cisco Employee

StarOS NED- Boot configs broken

 

Hi Fredrik,

 

 

We noticed that the StarOS NED v 4.2.2  has 2 issues with the config tree for setting the boot system priority.

 

 

Issue #: 1

 

 

The boot priority command throws an error with the latest version of the NED but works fine with an older version of the NED (v4.1.15). Please refer to the below screenshots.

 

We have a use-case for StarOS upgrade & setting the boot priority is critical for that.

 

 

Issue #: 2

 

 

In StarOS v4.1.15, I was able to run the boot command and checked the changes on the CDB device tree.

 

But after doing a sync-from the device the boot configurations are getting wiped off from the CDB device tree.

 

 

Is this a known issue? Whom should we forward this to get the NED fixed?

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

StarOS Version 4.2.2: - Failure

 

 

Entering configuration mode terminal

 

admin@ncs(config)# devices device vpc config staros:boot system priority 12 config /flash/test.cfg image /flash/qvpc-20-21-si.bin

 

admin@ncs(config-config)# commit

 

Aborted: Network Element Driver error ned_prepare_cli for device vpc: command: boot system priority 12 image /flash/qvpc-20-21-si.bin config /flash/test.cfg:

 

Saturday August 27 05:40:42 IST 2016

 

admin@ncs(config-config)#

 

 

Java-VM-Log:

 

 

<WARN> 26-Aug-2016::19:05:05.036 ResourceManager Ned-Worker-Thread-0: - class CiscoStarosNedCli not loaded by tail-f classloader, defaulting to package 'UNKNOWN'

 

<ERROR> 26-Aug-2016::19:05:10.096 NedWorker Ned-Worker-Thread-0: - NedWorker error for ned_prepare_cli

 

com.tailf.packages.ned.ciscoStaros.CiscoStarosNedCli$ExtendedApplyException: command: boot system priority 12 image /flash/qvpc-20-21-si.bin config /flash/test.cfg:

 

 

Saturday August 27 05:34:47 IST 2016

 

 

at com.tailf.packages.ned.ciscoStaros.CiscoStarosNedCli.print_line_wait(CiscoStarosNedCli.java:646)

 

at com.tailf.packages.ned.ciscoStaros.CiscoStarosNedCli.applyConfig(CiscoStarosNedCli.java:1173)

 

at com.tailf.packages.ned.ciscoStaros.CiscoStarosNedCli.prepare(CiscoStarosNedCli.java:769)

 

at com.tailf.ned.NedWorker.dorun(NedWorker.java:1402)

 

at com.tailf.ned.NedWorker.run(NedWorker.java:292)

 

<WARN> 26-Aug-2016::19:05:10.099 ResourceManager Ned-Worker-Thread-0: - class CiscoStarosNedCli not loaded by tail-f classloader, defaulting to package 'UNKNOWN'

 

<WARN> 26-Aug-2016::19:05:10.102 ResourceManager Ned-Worker-Thread-0: - class CiscoStarosNedCli not loaded by tail-f classloader, defaulting to package 'UNKNOWN'

 

 

 

 

Star OS Version 4.1.15: - Successful

 

 

Note that the boot configs are gone after doing a sync-from

 

 

 

admin@ncs(config)#

 

admin@ncs(config)# devices device vpc config staros:boot system priority 12 config /flash/test.cfg image /flash/qvpc-20-21-si.bin

 

admin@ncs(config-config)# commit

 

Commit complete.

 

admin@ncs(config-config)# show full-configuration devices device vpc config staros:boot system                                         

 

devices device vpc

 

config

 

  staros:boot system priority 12 image /flash/qvpc-20-21-si.bin config /flash/test.cfg

 

!

 

!

 

admin@ncs(config-config)# top

 

admin@ncs(config)# devices device vpc sync-from

 

result true

 

admin@ncs(config)# show full-configuration devices device vpc config staros:boot system

 

% No entries found.

 

admin@ncs(config)#

 

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Cisco Employee

Re: StarOS NED- Boot configs broken

 

Hi Giri,

 

 

If this is for a customer, you can open a TAC case here:

 

https://mycase.cloudapps.cisco.com/start?referring_site=wwcontacts

 

 

A few days ago Bilal shared this link to a post that shows how to open a TAC case step by step:

 

https://techzone.cisco.com/t5/Network-Services-Orchestrator/How-to-Open-a-TAC-NSO-NED-Case/ta-p/955288

 

 

Best Regards,

 

 

.:|:.:|:. Michel Papiashvili

 

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Cisco Employee

Re: StarOS NED- Boot configs broken

 

Thanks Michel.

 

 

I’ve opened a TAC case for this.

 

 

 

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