I've been asked to describe how the NSO transaction processing works countless times, i.e. what happens after the operator hits "commit" until an "ok" or "fail" is received, and the change has been processed by service code, NEDs and possibly commit queues.
For the first time, I've made an attempt to package this information in the form of a presentation rather than on a whiteboard. This is necessarily simplified a little, but I hope this is the level of detail that should be as useful as possible to a wider audience. In case you feel I skipped some aspect that you'd like more information on (HA, preLockCreate, ...), place a request related to this post and I'll think of a way to add a slide.
This presentation should be up to date with respect to the new cool features in NSO 4.4.
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When using dispatch method of ncclient(0.6.6) to execute an RPC with nso(5.3) getting unknown element error.
The same code used to work with previous nso version 184.108.40.206.
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