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It seems to me that when saving the netconfig it should verify that all referenced scripts exist before completing a save (similar to how it check directoies etc). I understand this could take a bit to check each script so if this is unrealistic an alternative would be to call this script manually to ensure everything is there.
Does a script like this already exist?
So here is the scenario, we moved our live server to a new box, in the process i missed one file while ftping everything over. The entire way through until we went live none of the staff noticed the file was missing since there was just one file missing. We did not test everything since we figured if a couple worked they all would. We also have a lot of threads so it would be time consuming and we really were being pushed to get things done.
Needless to say, during go live we had a hard time getting the file since the old server had been removed from the network etc. If a script like this exists for switching servers I would love to get a copy.
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