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CLI - view pending changes by user from CLI

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Hi all - if I have a user account that is submitting changes via the CLI, is there a way to see all the changes made by a certain user?

 

Also, is there a way to commit changes for a certain user only? 

 

The only "commit" operation I see from the CLI is 'commit-all' and it looks like I can specify what to commit by object type - template, template-stack, etc... but not a way to commit by specific user.

 

show config diff does not seem to be what I want, as it's only a diff of what has changed.

 

show jobs seems to be pending jobs that actually are committing stuff, so I don't think that's it.

 

Any ideas?

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Cyber Elite
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@MikeBaranski,

To commit the changes from a single user you would go into configure mode and use the commit partial admin command and specify the user that you want to commit things from. 

For the config diff you would actually use the command show config list changes admin and specify the admin you want to list changes from. 

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Cyber Elite
Cyber Elite

@MikeBaranski,

To commit the changes from a single user you would go into configure mode and use the commit partial admin command and specify the user that you want to commit things from. 

For the config diff you would actually use the command show config list changes admin and specify the admin you want to list changes from. 

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