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Cisco Bug: CSCui93957 - runCfgUtil requires root permissions

Last Modified

May 04, 2016

Products (1)

  • Cisco Broadband Access Center for Telco and Wireless

Known Affected Releases

5.1(1.0)

Description (partial)

Symptom:
In Prime Cable Provisioning 5.0.0.1, it was discovered that runCfgUtil.sh was not able to decode binary .cm files to .groovy files when the script is executed by non-root user.
Example of executing runCfgUtil.sh to decode bulk decode binary files in a directory to groovy files: 
$BPR_HOME/bin/runCfgUtil.sh -g -ft groovy -b -l -o 
The script fails to decode with the following message:
Error: The Configuration file generation implementation for the specified file type doesn't exist.

Conditions:
The script runCfgUtil.sh is executed by non-root user error is observed. Binary to groovy decoding works fine when runCfgUtil.sh is executed by user having root privileges.
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