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Re: repeated actions in actionsequence


From: Uli Knauss
Subject: Re: repeated actions in actionsequence
Date: 17 May 2004 01:07:22 -0700

Mohamed Eldesoky <address@hidden> wrote in message news:<address@hidden>...

Hi,

Can you post what who are doing in your cfengine programm?

Do you declare "feedback-classes" with the option "define" in the
shellcommand action? It is also recommended to label all your
"feedback-classes" in
AddInstallable under the "control:" section. This is described very
good in the reference.

Regards
Uli

> This is weired.
> I tried to define an additional class based on a condition (testing for a 
> file).
> 
> I made the file intentionally non-existent, to check if the action will run
>  or 
> not (it shouldn't), but it ran !!
> 
> snippits from cfagent -v
> ...
> cfengine::/bin/test -f /tmp/htp2.conf: cfengine:: Couldn't run /bin/test
> cfengine::/bin/test -f /tmp/htp2.conf: cfengine:: execv: No such file or 
> directory
> ...
> *********************************************************************
>  Main Tree Sched: shellcommands.this is pass 1 @ Sun May 16 16:00:25 2004
> *********************************************************************
> ...
>                   New temporary class additions
>                   --------( Pass 1 )-------
>                              this is
> cfengine:DB-Hosting: Executing script /etc/init.d/ntpd restart...
> (timeout=0,uid=-1,gid=-1)
> (Setting umask to 77)
> cfengine:DB-Hosting:nit.d/ntpd rest: Shutting down ntpd:   [  OK  ]
> cfengine:DB-Hosting:nit.d/ntpd rest: Starting ntpd:        [  OK  ]
> cfengine:DB-Hosting: Finished script /etc/init.d/ntpd restart
> 
> 
> As you see, it has continued to execute the action, although the class hadn
> 't 
> been true !!


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