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Child element included in a Junos XML protocol server <commit-results> response element to return information about the old and new configuration revision identifiers (CRI) on a particular Routing Engine. The CRI is a unique string (for example, re0-1365168149-1) that is associated with a committed configuration.

Network management system (NMS) applications, such as Junos Space, can use the configuration revision identifier to determine if the NMS's known configuration for a Junos device is identical to the device's current configuration. The NMS can detect if out-of-band commits were made to the device by comparing the CRI associated with the NMS's last commit to the CRI of the configuration on the device.



Indicates the old configuration revision identifier, which is the identifier of the configuration prior to the previously successfully committed configuration.


Indicates the new configuration revision identifier, which is the identifier of the last successfully committed configuration.

Release Information

This is a Junos XML management protocol response tag. It is supported in Junos XML protocol sessions, and it is supported as a Juniper Networks proprietary extension in NETCONF sessions on devices running Junos OS that identify the URI in the capabilities exchange.

Element introduced in Junos OS Release 16.1.