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Re: action sequence ;)


From: Patryk Dawidziuk
Subject: Re: action sequence ;)
Date: Fri, 16 Jan 2004 12:09:32 +0100
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-> Which specific line is it that the script fails on - I can't see
-> that straight away.  Which name is it trying to look up?

In the line marked with ***

-> > control:
-> > 
-> >         # action 
-> > 
-> >         actionsequence  = ( resolve editfiles shellcommands copy tidy )
-> > 
-> >         # control, control [;
-> > 
-> >         domain          = ( domain.cf )
-> >         policyhost      = ( my.fqdn.policy.host.cf )
-> >         inputsdir       = ( /etc/cfengine/inputs )
-> >         sysadm             = ( address@hidden )
-> >    smtpservera     = ( my.smtp.server )
-> >         SplayTime       = ( 5 )
-> >         EmptyResolvConf = ( true ) 
-> > 
-> > resolve:
-> > 
-> >    (ip 1) 
-> >    (ip 2)
-> >    (ip 3)
-> > 
-> > 
-> > editfiles:
-> >            
-> >         { /etc/default/ntp-servers
-> > 
-> >                 BeginGroupIfNoSuchLine 'NTPSERVERS="ntp.task.gda.pl"'
-> >                         EmptyEntireFilePlease
-> >                         InsertLine 'NTPSERVERS="ntp.task.gda.pl"'
-> >                 EndGroup
-> >            DefineClasses "DateSync"
-> >         }
-> > 
-> > shellcommands:
-> > 
-> >    DateSync|Hr00::
-> >            "/etc/init.d/ntpdate start" useshell="false"
-> > 
-> > copy:
-> > 
-> >    # local copy of passwd and shadow
-> > 
-> >         /etc/passwd dest=/var/backups/passwd mode=600
-> >         /etc/shadow dest=/var/backups/shadow mode=600
-> > 
-> >    # and remote
-> > 
-> >    /etc/cfengine/cfagent.conf
-> >                 dest=/etc/cfengine/cfagent.conf
-> >                 mode=644
-> >                 server=$(policyhost)
-> >                 type=checksum
-> >                 backup=false
-> >                 encrypt=true
***  tidy:                              *** 56th line
-> >    ( just like in docs)

Seems strange, because copy: passed, and script failed on tidy: action
which seems strange, but I do not consider it important. For me it could safely 
die on line with server=$(policyhost) as resolv is dead. 

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