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Script "complete session log" only available on core the script is running on.

I have an interesting issue. We're running Network Automation 10.10 in a Distributed System/Horizontal Scalability setting, using Round Robin for NA to choose the core device scripts run from. When you run a script, if you click the box "Store complete device session log", it should show the output of the script as it is happening. And it does, as long as NA scheduled the task on the Core that you're currently logged into. But if you're logged into core 1, and the tasks runs on core 2, you can only see the output after the script has finished. 

I've read all the Distributed System documentation that looks applicable, but I haven't found anything that would cover this. I've tried searching on this forum too, and also didn't find anything. Anyone have any ideas?

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Hi @john11,

As far as I understand, that is the default behavior of he HS and MM, if that really is affecting you I would Recommend a case with Support.

BR.

Pedro A. Batista
Customer Support Engineer

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That's probably the best idea. But it doesn't really make sense to me to offer round robin for the cores if you lose functionality when the job gets run by a core you're not on. Anyway, thanks for the response.

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