Why Does the System Always Prompt that Configurations Are Inconsistent After the compare configuration Command Is Run?

Created: Apr 5, 2017 10:51:54Latest reply: Apr 5, 2017 17:31:08 712 1 0 0
Why Does the System Always Prompt that Configurations Are Inconsistent After the compare configuration Command Is Run?
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Adamcolob  Visitor   Created Apr 5, 2017 17:31:08 Helpful(0) Helpful(0)

The compare configuration command is used to check the difference between the current configuration and the configuration file for the next system startup.

If the current configuration is inconsistent with the configuration file for the current system startup, you cannot run the save command to make them consistent, because the save command is used to save the configuration to the configuration file for the next system startup.

<HUAWEI> display startupMainBoard:
Configured startup system software: cfcard:/VRPV800R002C00.cc
Startup system software: cfcard:/VRPV800R002C00.cc
Next startup system software: cfcard:/VRPV800R002C00.cc
Startup saved-configuration file: cfcard:/test.cfg ----------------->Configuration file for the current system startup
Next startup saved-configuration file: cfcard:/test.cfg ----------------->Configuration file for the next system startup
Startup patch package: NULL
Next startup patch package: NULL
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