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#824 desai Bruce Bush <[email protected]…> wontfix Add mechanism to check for the absence of a package

The Package and BoundPackage? statements confirm and the status of an installed package. It would be useful to have a 'RemovePackage?' tag that would check to make sure a package is NOT present and remove it if it is present. 'bcfg2 -r all' lacks granularity. The 'RemovePackage?' statement would be helpful to users implementing bcfg2 who do not have all their software managed yet, but would like to have a mechanism to selectively remove software packages.

#856 desai Bruce Bush <[email protected]…> fixed mode=supervised service status changes not logged

When a service is set to 'mode=supervised' and the client changes the status of that service, the status change is not mentioned in the web report.


Before running bcfg2 client, I stopped rsyslogd on my test machine.

When the client is run in debug mode, the client makes the change:

/sbin/chkconfig --list rsyslog

< rsyslog 0:off 1:off 2:on 3:on 4:on 5:on 6:off

/sbin/service rsyslog status

< rsyslogd is stopped < rklogd is stopped

/sbin/service rsyslog start

< Starting system logger: [ OK ]M < Starting kernel logger: [ OK ]M

/sbin/service rsyslog status

< rsyslogd (pid 20509) is running... < rklogd (pid 20513) is running...

But the web report doesn't include any mention that the status was changed.

Thanks for your attention to this matter.

#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>

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