[rudder-users] dmidecode dependency
nicolas.charles at normation.com
Wed Feb 19 09:26:54 CET 2014
On 19/02/2014 01:50, Chris wrote:
>>> Is there a way to work around nodes on which dmidecode doesn't work
>>> properly? It seems that bits required in the inventory files sent
>>> to the policy host are missing when dmidecode doesn't work like on
>>> some virtual machines. This means that the nodes never show up
>>> because they are skipped when processing the new inventories.
>> It might be possible, but it depends on which part are missing. We
>> were supposed to handle all the possible issues with Virtual Machines,
>> but it appears we missed some.
>> Could you send us an inventory that isn't accepted? You can find them
>> in the following folder
> Hi Nicolas
> Unfortunately, it doesn't seem to make it into the failed folder (the
> directory doesn't exist, I assume it is created when something
> fails). The one I have continues to sit in incoming while cf-agent
> gives this "The requested URL returned error: 412 Precondition Failed"
> when trying to process it. Watching the logs, it seems that it is
> unhappy because most of everything added by
> "add_information_to_inventory" (UUID, USER, AGENTSNAME etc.) is
> missing. I have included the inventory as sent from the VM below.
thank you for the inventory.
Indeed, it seems nothing at all is added by the agent.
If I understand correctly the inventory, you have a Xen DomU, with a
CentOS 6.5, and are using Rudder 2.6.10
Do you have the executable /usr/bin/xenstore-read on this system ? (or
is it on another path?)
If you don't have it, could you check if you have the package "xen"
installed on this system ?
If you do have it, what is the output of the following command:
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