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#1077 duplicate Support explicit removal and exclusion of packages

Currently, there is no way to explicitly remove a package from a system. You can simply not include it in the config and run with bcfg2 -r, but that doesn't catch all use cases. It'd be nice to be able to specify the package in a bundle and exclude it as a rule, much like you can do with a Path item.

#1076 desai fixed bcfg2-info buildall fails when a host contains the string '-f'


Traceback (most recent call last):

File "/usr/sbin/bcfg2-info", line 468, in <module>


File "/usr/sbin/bcfg2-info", line 437, in Run

self.onecmd(" ".join(args))

File "/usr/lib/python2.6/", line 219, in onecmd

return func(arg)

File "/usr/sbin/bcfg2-info", line 266, in do_buildall

self.do_build("%s %s/%s.xml" % (client, args, client))

File "/usr/sbin/bcfg2-info", line 192, in do_build


ValueError?: list.remove(x): x not in list

This due to the search for the command line option '-f' on the string containing client host names.

Attached patch fixes.

#1075 fixed Extra services not being turned off

I'm running 1.2.0rc2 server/client on RHEL6 machines and am not getting extra services to turn off when requested. I have a few services on a new machine that aren't mentioned in any bundles and are listed as extra with bcfg2 -q -v -n -e, but trying to remove them with bcfg2 -q -v -I -r all prompts me for removal, but doesn't appear to actually do anything. After running, the services remain. Note that these services aren't mentioned anywhere in my configs - they just came with packages, but I want them off without needing to hunt for them.

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