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#132 desai bradshaw fixed -f traceback

Running bcfg2 -qvf:

Traceback (most recent call last):

  File "/usr/sbin/bcfg2", line 288, in ?


  File "/usr/sbin/bcfg2", line 68, in __init__

    self.setup = Bcfg2.Options.OptionParser('bcfg2', optinfo).parse()

  File "/usr/lib/python2.3/site-packages/Bcfg2/", line 50, in parse

    raise OptionFailure, err

#49 desai [email protected] fixed -n and -r don't play nicely together

I accidently left '-n' on my client command line while running with '-r all' and found that bcfg left my packages unupdated (as expected), but decided to remove the extra packages I had installed. Oops!

#309 desai lueningh wontfix /etc/bcfg2.conf needs work

I'm updating documentation on the wiki, and I have come to the conclusion that the bcfg configuration system (for itself, not everbody else) needs work. The /etc/bcfg2.conf file seems like it should either be used a lot more or a lot less: it has a bare minimum of entries, some of which seem like they might be more appropriate in the repository's etc/ directory. The statistics section especially stands out as a weird one. The disconnect between the repository's etc/ directory and the /etc/bcfg2.conf file is alsy weird.

I'm not sure what should live where, so I have no suggestions right this moment, but I think a general cleanup of bcfg's client and server configuration would make understanding a new install that much easier.

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