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Nexus 7000 Upload Configuration Problem

Hi All,

     I have a really silly issue that I'm hoping can be clarified simply and quickly.  I have a script that checks the interface configurations for descrepancies and from the results creates a mini configuration file containing the required changes.  It then uploads these changes by setting the correct Cisco CopyConfig MIB variables and loading the file via TFTP.  The problem is that after the file upload the show interface command shows strange results.  For example, if this is the mini configuration file:

!

interface Ethernet1/1

description rbelabz02:Et1/9

!

interface Ethernet3/1

description rbelabz02:Et3/13

!

interface Ethernet3/2

description rbelabz02:Et3/14

!

interface Ethernet3/3

description rbelaba01:Et3/27

!

interface Ethernet3/4

description rbelabb01:Et3/39

!

end

the show interface command, after this is uploaded, shows this:

rbelabz01# sh int status

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Port          Name               Status    Vlan      Duplex  Speed   Type
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------
mgmt0         --                 connected routed    full    100     --
   connected trunk     full    10G     10g
Eth1/2        rbelabz02:e1/10    sfpAbsent trunk     full    auto    10g
Eth1/3        rbelaba01:e1/19    disabled  trunk     full    auto    10g
Eth1/4        rbelabb01:e1/27    sfpAbsent trunk     full    auto    10g
Eth1/5        --                 sfpAbsent routed    full    auto    10g
Eth1/6        --                 sfpAbsent 1         full    auto    10g
Eth1/7        --                 sfpAbsent routed    full    auto    10g
Eth1/8        --                 sfpAbsent routed    full    auto    10g
Eth2/1        Pagent:Fa1/0       notconnec 110       full    100     10/100/1000
Eth2/2        --                 disabled  routed    full    auto    10/100/1000
Eth2/3        --                 disabled  routed    full    auto    10/100/1000
Eth2/4        --                 disabled  routed    full    auto    10/100/1000
Eth2/5        --                 disabled  routed    full    auto    10/100/1000
Eth2/6        --                 disabled  routed    full    auto    10/100/1000
Eth2/7        --                 disabled  routed    full    auto    10/100/1000
Eth2/8        --                 disabled  routed    full    auto    10/100/1000
Eth2/9        --                 disabled  routed    full    auto    10/100/1000
Eth2/10       --                 disabled  routed    full    auto    10/100/1000
Eth2/11       --                 disabled  routed    full    auto    10/100/1000
Eth2/12       --                 disabled  routed    full    auto    10/100/1000
  connected routed    full    1000    1000BaseX
  connected routed    full    1000    1000BaseX
  connected trunk     full    1000    1000BaseX
  connected trunk     full    1000    1000BaseX
Eth3/5        --                 sfpAbsent routed    auto    auto    1000BaseX
Eth3/6        rsn1b01:gi5/1      sfpAbsent routed    auto    auto    1000BaseX
Eth3/6.11     LINK-NW-MANAGEMENT parentDow routed    auto    auto    1000BaseX
Eth3/6.12     LINK-STOR-MANAGEME parentDow routed    auto    auto    1000BaseX
Eth3/7        --                 sfpAbsent routed    auto    auto    1000BaseX
Eth3/8        --                 sfpAbsent routed    auto    auto    1000BaseX
Eth3/9        --                 sfpAbsent routed    auto    auto    1000BaseX
Eth3/10       --                 sfpAbsent routed    auto    auto    1000BaseX
Eth3/11       --                 sfpAbsent routed    auto    auto    1000BaseX

As you can see the interfaces that have been modified (Eth1/1, Eth3/1 – Eth3/4) do not display properly.  Anyone ever seen anything like this before..?  Or is it not allowed to upload partial configuation files as you can on IOS based routers and switches..?

Cheers,

SRGi

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Hello Sean,

What code are you running on the N7K?

Fabienne

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