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Old 01-31-2011, 11:26 PM   #1
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Rancid issue !

Hi all.

Anyone who is using Rancid pls help me. From the very first day i started using rancid, i am facing a very strange issue. After taking backup for like 10-11 times, it suddenly starts behaving weird. Now whenever i run rancid-run, it deletes the router.db file.

Note: i am taking backup for cisco routers. Everything works perfectly but after 10-12 times (not exactly sure what is the count) it starts deleting the router.db file, i know its sounds weird but trust me, i dont tamper any of the rancid files. I really dont get it :-(

Has anyone ran into this issue ?

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