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show system anomalies (GNF)

 

Syntax

show system anomalies (all-anomalies | config | fru | system)

Release Information

Command introduced in Junos OS Release 17.4R1.

Description

Display the incompatibilities between the software version running on the guest network function (GNF) and the version running on the base system (BSYS).

Options

all-anomaliesDisplay the multiversion software incompatibilities from all categories—system, configuration, and FRU.
configDisplay the feature incompatibilities between software versions.
fruDisplay the FRU-level incompatibilities between software versions. This can be an incompatibility pertaining to the support for a specific FRU.
systemDisplay the system-level incompatibilities between software versions. These include interprocess communication (IPC) message, CLI, or SNMP incompatibility.

Required Privilege Level

View

Output Fields

Table 1 lists the output fields for the show system anomalies command. Output fields are listed in the approximate order in which they appear.

Table 1: show system anomalies gnf-id Output Fields

Field Name

Field Description

Anomaly Type

Shows the software incompatibility type. The following are the possible values:

  • SYS—Indicates system-specific incompatibilities.

  • FRU—Indicates FRU-specific incompatibilities.

  • CONFIG—Indicates feature-specific incompatibilities.

Anomaly ID

Shows the incompatibility ID.

Default Action

Shows the default actions associated with incompatibilities. The following are the possible values:

  • WARN—Indicates the presence of a minor incompatibility. It causes a warning.

  • ABORT—Indicates the presence of a major incompatibility. It causes an abort action.

Class

Indicates of the incompatibility is present in GNF, or BSYS, or both.

Message

Incompatibility description.

FRU ID

Field-replaceable unit (FRU) ID. Applicable in the case of FRU-specific incompatibilities.

Firmware

Firmware of the FRU.

Sample Output

user@router> show system anomalies