under XOS ver 15.5.x the TCL clock function was fail


ena cli script

set var a $TCL(cleck seconds)

In Xos ver 15.5... it display

Error:invalid command name "uplevel".

I think this is Xos bug

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Userlevel 6
Thanks Helpme

Can I ask you to please open a case with TAC so we can get it registered as a bug. I was able to verify that it is not working in 15.5 but was working in 15.4

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Userlevel 4
Its looks like bug in 15.5
Userlevel 4
We have PD PD4-4624312471 regarding the issue.

It is not been resolved yet.
Hello, is anyone aware if this bug has been resolved
Userlevel 7
Mofinyinfoluwa Oyegunle wrote:

Hello, is anyone aware if this bug has been resolved

It looks like this issue was resolved under CR xos0055958 in all patch releases of 15.5.2.9.
Mofinyinfoluwa Oyegunle wrote:

Hello, is anyone aware if this bug has been resolved

Still experiencing the error in version 15.5.3.4

CAB
* CABJ-DC-CHA-SW10.5 # show switch

SysName: C
SysLocation:
SysContact: support@extremenetworks.com, +1 888 257 3000
System MAC: 00:04:96:97:94:B8
System Type: X460-48t

SysHealth check: Enabled (Normal)
Recovery Mode: All
System Watchdog: Enabled

Current Time: Wed Apr 19 16:30:38 2017
Timezone: [Auto DST Disabled] GMT Offset: 0 minutes, name is UTC.
Boot Time: Thu Feb 9 07:38:37 2017
Boot Count: 1
Next Reboot: None scheduled
System UpTime: 69 days 8 hours 52 minutes 1 second

Current State: OPERATIONAL
Image Selected: primary
Image Booted: primary
Primary ver: 15.5.3.4
Secondary ver: 15.5.3.4

Config Selected: primary.cfg
Config Booted: Factory Default

primary.cfg Created by ExtremeXOS version 15.5.3.4
248841 bytes saved on Wed Apr 19 16:01:50 2017

* CA .2 # enable cli scripting
* CA .3 # set var seconds $TCL(clock seconds)
* CA .4 # set var date $TCL(clock format $seconds -format {%Y-%m-%d})
Error:invalid command name "file"
Mofinyinfoluwa Oyegunle wrote:

Hello, is anyone aware if this bug has been resolved

and also in a 15.6.1.4

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