Why is command-runner trying to run interrogation?

Why is command-runner trying to run interrogation?
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Why is command-runner trying to run interrogation? I am running a plain Jane “monitor” script against a live device and the “Command output” is fine. However, when looking through the information displayed by command-runner, I noticed that it produced a warning regarding “interrogation.” So, my question is, why is command-runner even attempting to do a interrogation, when I am not running a “Interrogation” script? It seems not to be causing an issue. I am just wanting to understand.


INFO] [11/22/2017 15:29:02.295] [Command-Runner-akka.actor.default-dispatcher-4] [akka://Command-Runner/user/interrogator-192.168.1.104] Interrogation Start interrogating device 192.168.1.104(192.168.1.104) with 2 commands

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[WARN] [11/22/2017 15:29:07.691] [Command-Runner-akka.actor.default-dispatcher-6] [akka://Command-Runner/user/interrogator-192.168.1.104/CommandActor-192.168.1.104-192.168.1.104--36fc7104-eea6-4e0f-9022-f40c66b511ee] Executor No appropriate client found for operation HttpInterrogationOperation(https), command: https-interrogation did not execute

Well, in order to run any kind of command on a device we must interrogate it first; however, this is only the most basic interrogation which establishes a connection with the device.


Note that the command-runner will try to connect with all the known protocols, so it's OK if it fails to connect with one of them, as long as at least one succeeds.