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#850 solj fixed client lockfile error: Failed to open lockfile

I just installed bcfg2 on opensolaris and was getting the following error:

Failed to open lockfile

Bcfg2 still runs and operates correctly. It turns out that I didn't have a "/var/lock" directory. Creating the directory resolved the issue.

Can bcfg2 present a better error message of where its trying to write its lockfile? Or perhaps a lockfile option in /etc/bcfg2.conf for the future

Thanks, Ed

#861 solj Bruce Bush <[email protected]…> fixed Python block in Genshi bundle causes traceback

Using bcfg2 v 1.0.1 on CentOS 5.4 - Genshi bundle containing a python block causes traceback:

This example causes a traceback: <Bundle name='awstats' xmlns:py="">


vhosts = $metadata.Probesvhosts?.split(":")

?> <ConfigFile? py:for="vhost in vhosts" name='/etc/bruce/package-${vhost}' altsrc='/etc/testfile' />


This example works: <Bundle name='awstats' xmlns:py=""> <py:for each="vhost in metadata.Probes['vhosts'].split(':')" >

<ConfigFile? name='/etc/bruce/package-${vhost}' altsrc='/etc/testfile' />\

</py:for> </Bundle>

#863 solj fixed bcfg 1.0.1 version rpm builds but fails to install

Hello folks,

being interested in running version 1.0.1 (after reading the ChangeLog? since 0.9.6) I succeed building rpms for

bcfg2-1.0-1.noarch.rpm bcfg2-server-1.0-1.noarch.rpm

but I cannot install them with the following reason:

error: Failed dependencies:

/usr/local/bin/python is needed by bcfg2-1.0-1.noarch

Despite the usual path for python is /usr/bin on Linux systems, the most amazing fact about that is that /usr/local/bin/python is indeed present in the system. I've even tried to remove the symbolic link to the /usr/bin/python and make the hard copy but nothing changes.

Any ideas how to get it working and why ever depending on binary instead of package?

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