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#668 desai Jack Neely <[email protected]…> fixed Can't import hashlib on python 2.4
Description

Looks like we're importing hashlib without checking if we are running in a new enough python version.

Starting Configuration Management Server: Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "/usr/sbin/bcfg2-server", line 14, in ?
    from Bcfg2.Server.Core import CoreInitError
  File "/usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/Bcfg2/Server/Core.py", line 5, in ?
    import hashlib
ImportError: No module named hashlib

This on RHEL 5 with python-2.4.3-24.el5.

#933 desai https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawmI6G1O8nnv_Kswnf7ySzbfDBStml9oZq0 duplicate Can't start bcfg2 server straight from deb package
Description

Am trying to learn bcfg2 - so downloaded bcfg2 + bcfg2-server from PPA for karmic. Server refused to start without issuing error:

No Metadata Plugin loaded; failed to instantiate Core No Metadata Plugin exiting

Was unable to find any further debugging output. After running server with 'strace' found that '/var/lib/bcfg2/Metadata/clients.xml' was non-existant. That's my fault, as that is a required component.

However, the problem I have is that the error message returned from server was useless in debugging issue. Further, there was no README included with debian package to explain minimal setup required once the package was installed.

Please add more verbose output (the above was found while running server with '-vd'), please be specific with what the error that occurred, not just 'it didn't work'. And please add a README with minimal steps required. If nothing else you can have the README simply include a link to the QuickStart? pages on this wiki.

#1143 desai https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawn0s7RDAZJqmy8qhaS8PFtgoke6VxxZKSI fixed Cfg in maint allows you to use non-dots to concatenate the basename and the Group name.
Description

I was looking at this line in the 'maint' branch, and I believe it doesn't properly escape the '.', so you could use any character.

I realized we were using '-' in a couple places, so this behavior is verified. While I don't really expect this to be fixed in maint, it is a kind of undocumented behavior that others might not realize they are relying on.

I looked at the 'master' branch and it uses better regex so it might not be a problem (although does this line have the properly escaped '.'? There's only one slash, instead of the two used in the Host part the line above. I'm not terribly familiar with Python regexes).

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