Adding a Concurrent Compound Operation

A concurrent compound operation is a combination of simple and compound actions, the execution order of which is not guaranteed. From the Saved Operations dialog box, you can combine simple and compound operations to run concurrently in real time or at a scheduled interval using the Add button and the Edit link. (See Figure 4.)

Figure 4: Concurrent Compound Operation

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To add a concurrent compound operation, follow these steps:

  1. From the Junos Scope main window, click Settings > Saved Operations. The Saved Operations dialog box appears.
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  2. Click Add. The Add Compound Operation dialog box appears.
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  3. Type a unique name for the concurrent compound operation in the Name text box.
  4. Type an optional comment describing the concurrent compound operation in the Comment text box.
  5. Click the Concurrent option button.
  6. Select the operations that you want to include in the concurrent compound operation from the Available Operations list box and click Add. The selected operations appear in the Selected Operations list box. The operations will be executed in parallel or no specified order.
  7. Click OK.

    The compound operation name appears alphabetically in the Saved Operations dialog box. You can edit compound operations from the Saved Operations dialog box by clicking the Edit link. The Edit link is specific only to compound operations.