How to check the configuration getting pushed after hitting write memory in CLI?

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Q:

How to check the configuration that are getting pushed after hitting write memory and to which node it is getting pushed into?



A:

Under the ccm-debug command there is an additional subset command which could be used to disable/enable the configuration dump.

 

(MM-Active) *[mynode] #ccm-debug config-dump enable
(MM-Active) *[mynode] #ccm-debug config-dump disable  >>>> to disable

 

  • In the below example a new VLAN is being added.
  • After hitting write memory there are details about the node and also configuration that is getting pushed.


(MM-Active) *[mynode] #configure t

(MM-Active) *[mynode] (config) #vlan 1002

(MM-Active) ^*[mynode] (config-submode)#write memory 


Saving Configuration...


Partial configuration for /mm/mynode

------------------------------------

Contents of : /flash/ccm/partial/1020/p=sc=mynode.cfg


vlan 1002 

!


Configuration Saved.

 

In the below example this setting is being disabled and we can notice the details are not present. 

 

(MM-Active) *[mynode] #ccm-debug config-dump disable

(MM-Active) *[mynode] #configure t

Enter Configuration commands, one per line. End with CNTL/Z


(MM-Active) *[mynode] (config) #vlan 1003

(MM-Active) ^*[mynode] (config-submode)#write memory 


Saving Configuration...


Configuration Saved.

(MM-Active) *[mynode] (config-submode)#
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