FACT What's Coming?

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As an Alpha release, this release of FACT is not feature-complete.
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As an Alpha II release, this release of FACT is not feature-complete.
The following list contains some of the features that are unimplemented or incomplete:
The following list contains some of the features that are unimplemented or incomplete:
*Prompts for user passwords if the credential files do not specify a password.
*Prompts for user passwords if the credential files do not specify a password.
*Command-line editing, similar to HSM or SFS-OS command-line interface editing.
*Command-line editing, similar to HSM or SFS-OS command-line interface editing.
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*Annotating LIDs and MLIDs.
 
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*Monitoring logs--Similar to annotating except that the monitor will continue to watch for new messages.
 
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*Monitor mode--FACT will run as a daemon to monitor logs and send their annotations back to the syslog.
 
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*Port control--FACT will have the capability of enabling a port, disabling a port, or changing port speed and port width. All changes can be made with a single command, and all changes will be persistent.
 
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*Firmware upgrades--FACT will have the capability of using a single command to upgrade firmware on a set of switches.
 
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*Additional queries--The following commands will be added:
 
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**'''show changes'''
 
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**'''show isolated managed-nodes'''
 
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**'''show multicast groups'''
 
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**'''show routes'''
 
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:The '''show changes''' command will compare the current scan against another scan and report network elements that have been added, removed, or moved.
 

Latest revision as of 23:40, 4 April 2008

As an Alpha II release, this release of FACT is not feature-complete.

The following list contains some of the features that are unimplemented or incomplete:

  • Prompts for user passwords if the credential files do not specify a password.
  • Command-line editing, similar to HSM or SFS-OS command-line interface editing.

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