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#976 solj Richard Connon <[email protected]…> fixed with the -d flag bcfg2 should output the output from apt-get

bcfg2 doesn't currently output any stdout data from apt-get

#977 solj fixed service sequence numbers ignored in latest debian stable (lenny)

The fix for issue #918 introduced a list of known pre-squeeze debian release version numbers in Client/Tools/DebInit?.py.

Since then, there have been two new point releases of Debian Lenny (5.0.6 and 5.0.7) which are unfortunately not included on the list (in bcfg2 1.1.1).

As a result, current debian stable clients' service entries' sequence numbers are ignored (the default of 20 is used instead).

In addition to fixing this for 5.0.7, I'd suggest that either future unreleased versions of Lenny should also be listed, or only the major component of the version number should be checked.

#980 solj fixed Packages and gpg-pubkey on RHEL5


I've been trying to fix a problem using bcfg2 1.1.1. When I run the client on a RHEL5 system, I see this in the server logs:

Jan 18 12:37:55 cfgserver bcfg2-server[23783]: Got unknown entries Jan 18 12:37:55 cfgserver bcfg2-server[23783]: gpg-pubkey?

I tried to find some documentation on making gpg-pubkey work with the Packages plugin, but the documentation is not particularly good:

1.) mention BoundPackage? sections that won't even pass bcfg2-repo-validate

2.) also mention BoundPackage? sections that won't even pass bcfg2-repo-validate, and it says type="yum" (which should fail, gpg-pubkey isn't in yum)

3.) only mentions Pkgmgr settings

4.) actually mentions the version requirement (saying version="foo"), however, even with that set in a subscribed group, I still see in the Server logs the error about the unknown entry gpg-pubkey.

5.) Lastly, I'm not sure if it's related, but when I run the client, I alwas see this python trace: Unexpected failure of verification method for entry type Package Traceback (most recent call last):

File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/Bcfg2/Client/Tools/", line 138, in Inventory

states[entry] = func(entry, mods)

File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/Bcfg2/Client/Tools/", line 451, in VerifyPackage?

_POs = [ p for p in POs if p.version == nevraversion? \

KeyError?: 'version'

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