That may be a bug in RESTCONF. I encountered a similar issue with the dry-run parameter being ignored when trying to trigger a rollback through RESTCONF in NSO 5.2, and was told by NSO support that the parameter should be accepted, and that this was a bug.
Do you get the same behaviour if you try other parameters, like dry-run or no-networking? If so, I would suggest raising a support case.
The basic problem is that an action in RESTCONF is not the same as a configuration change – and therefore doesn’t respect commit flags.
An action can do almost anything it wants, including starting multiple transactions with different flags of its own choosing.
This will work today if you use one of the transactional APIs – NETCONF or json-rpc for instance – but there have been plans to add additional action parameters to make this functionality accessible through RESTCONF for some actions.
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