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Learn how to install, configure, and operate the Vyatta Network Operating System (Vyatta NOS) and Orchestrator, which help drive our virtual networking and physical platforms portfolio.

Archiving configuration versions on commit

How to archive configuration versions on commit and the related commands.

The system automatically archives the configuration whenever you commit a configuration change. The new, committed configuration version is saved to the config.boot file in the /config directory. The old config.boot file is saved to the /config/archive directory under the name config.boot.timestamp, where timestamp is the time the file was saved in the form of YYYY-MM-DD-hhmmss.

By default, the system maintains 20 versions of configuration in the archive. You can change the number of versions maintained in the archive by using the system config-management commit-revisions command.

You can also direct the system to save configuration versions to a remote location whenever configuration is committed by using the system config-management commit-archive command. FTP, SCP, and TFTP destinations are supported.