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When a command returns no result, the next command may be popped and not sent #210

jathanism opened this Issue Apr 11, 2015 · 1 comment


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jathanism commented Apr 11, 2015


In this problem, reload cancel is executed, returns a prompt immediately and show ver is popped off the stack before reload cancel is even sent.

This seems like a bug that may be caused by commands that return no data?

The command show ver should not be popped until reload cancel returns a prompt!

CC @johnfzc


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jathanism commented Apr 12, 2015

The device for this particular case is a Cisco ISR 819.

@jathanism jathanism added the bug label Apr 13, 2015

@jathanism jathanism closed this in e9d936a May 7, 2015

jathanism added a commit that referenced this issue May 7, 2015

Merge pull request #215 from jathanism/issue-210
Fix #210: Bugfix when buffered command results weren't properly cleared.
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