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Thank you. Good to know it was a smooth process.
In the end I've solved it by using FTP which downloads the file in under 5 mins...
Hi MAdkins, this is great. I somehow remebered such an option but I was kind of blind to find the command on the CLI. Now I think this will solve my problem. I'm going to adapt my CCS scripts and report back. Thank you so much! Regards Christoph
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Sorry for the delay. I have a rule on my Outlook account that carefully files v...
Ok so I just upgrade from 73.1 to 7.3.2, PIP and my modules are still working great Keep in mind I'm running a VM NetMRI and a VM Sandbox
Hey Mark, If it will help, I have s small Perl script that I wrote months ago t...
Thanks for the feedback, I was scheduled to commence with the upgrade later this week, but given the pro's and con's you laid out, I'll hang back for a HF or new release.
Thanks Sif, I have *assumed* the explanations you give but have run into situat...
I like Marty's idea, but you can also check for the well known variable called $device_devicereboottime as well in the script. Should be in YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM S format. If Python, drop the preceeding '$'. The Python script then could run the CCS job.

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