Problems with script in a summit stack

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I have a stack of two SummitX690 with firmware and i want to use spanning tree for LoopProtection.
To get new Vlans automatically add to stp "S0" i started the intended script "" from Master. Unfortunately, this does not really work.
Show the CLI Output:

Slot-1 V9350013.1 # run script start
Spanning Tree Easy Setup
- Configures spanning tree s0 mode to MSTP/CIST
- Scans all VLANs
   if a VLAN is not connected to spanning tree, it is added to s0
   if a VLAN is already connected to spanning tree s0, it is updated
   VLANs connected to spanning tree(s) other than s0 are not affected
- Starts a VLAN monitoring process for any new VLANS
   newly created VLANS are automatically added to spanning tree s0

Do you wish to proceed? [y/N] y
STP s0 is already configured for MSTP
Enabling STP s0
ezspantree started
Scanning all VLANs
        VLANs not connected to STP will be automatically added to s0


Slot-1 V9350013.2 #
Slot-1 V9350013.2 # run script show
ezspantree      Version:        process is not running
VLANs are not automatically added to spanning tree s0

Slot-1 V9350013.3 # sh process ezspantree
Card   Process Name     Version  Restart    State             Start Time        Group
Slot-1 ezspantree       User        0    Ready        Wed Mar 14 08:50:31 2018  Other
Slot-2 ezspantree       Unknown     0    Init         Unknown                   Other
Slot-1 V9350013.4 #

The same problem occurs in a mixed stack (X690/X870).
The script works well with same firmware if the switches are standalone.

Have anyone experiences regarding the script use in the stack?
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Andreas Spiegel

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Hi Andreas,

I have not tested with stack, however, I could see below conversation about same script.