Re: [Netconf] a couple zerotouch-21 issues

Kent Watsen <kwatsen@juniper.net> Wed, 09 May 2018 15:56 UTC

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From: Kent Watsen <kwatsen@juniper.net>
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Subject: Re: [Netconf] a couple zerotouch-21 issues
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Hi Martin,

Just cherry-picking on a few comments:


> If it wasn't for the timing issue, I'd vote for (d); I think that 
> is the proper thing to do.  

agreed.

> But I really want to see this draft
> published, 

yes

> so I think it is best to do (e).  We can always do (d) 
> in a future bis version, or in a future separate document.

removing is better than having a non-normative example?  Note that,
in both cases, (d) can be done in the future...



> Regarding the yang-data reference, I suggest you change the draft
> to use rc:yang-data, and split the current "zerotouch-information"
> into two separate rc:yang-data "redirect-information" and
> "onboarding-information".

why? will that draft not get published soon enough?  I expect this
draft will go through a long SecDir review, yang-data-ext should be
done by then.  I know that some on the netmod list are talking about
abandoning that draft, but no decision has been made yet.

The zerotouch draft has way too much text invested in the "zerotouch-
information" artifact being polymorphic nature to seriously consider
having two unrelated artifacts, when the easier answer is to agree 
that, in this case, the yang-data does in fact contain "data definition 
statements that result in exactly one container data node definition".
We don't even need to change any text, in this document or in RFC 
8040, in order to have this agreement.  We would only need `pyang` 
to stop flagging it as an error.


Kent // contributor