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Re: shell command classes don't work?


From: Christian Pearce
Subject: Re: shell command classes don't work?
Date: Wed, 05 May 2004 10:04:51 -0400

Correct me if I am wrong, but the class is defined if the command was
successful.  Clearly the last command you executed failed.

address@hidden pearcec]$ echo test | grep testt
address@hidden pearcec]$ echo $?
1


On Wed, 2004-05-05 at 03:41, Kai Grossjohann wrote:
> I've got the following file /home/kgrossjo/tmp/cfagent.conf:
> 
> control:
>     actionsequence = ( shellcommands )
> 
> classes:
>     x = ( '/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE"' )
> 
> shellcommands:
>     x::
>       "/bin/echo yes"
> 
> Below, you can find the output that's generated.  Why does this fail
> to define the class x?
> 
> This is using the cfengine2 package from Debian unstable.
> 
> Kai
> 
> 
> Reference time set to Wed May  5 09:39:10 2004
> 
> Job start time set to Wed May  5 09:39:10 2004
> 
> GNU Configuration Engine - 
> 2.1.0b5
> Free Software Foundation 1994-
> Donated by Mark Burgess, Faculty of Engineering,
> Oslo University College, 0254 Oslo, Norway
> 
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Host name is: rumba
> Operating System Type is linux
> Operating System Release is 2.4.25-2-kgrossjo
> Architecture = i686
> 
> 
> Using internal soft-class linux for host linux
> 
> The time is now Wed May  5 09:39:10 2004
> 
> 
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> Additional hard class defined as: 32_bit
> Additional hard class defined as: linux_2_4_25_2_kgrossjo
> Additional hard class defined as: linux_i686
> Additional hard class defined as: linux_i686_2_4_25_2_kgrossjo
> Additional hard class defined as: 
> linux_i686_2_4_25_2_kgrossjo__1_Thu_Apr_29_12_38_10_CEST_2004
> 
> GNU autoconf class from compile time: compiled_on_linux-gnu
> 
> Address given by nameserver: 127.0.0.1
> Interface 1: lo
> Interface 2: eth0
> Interface 3: vmnet8
> Interface 4: vmnet1
> Sorry - there is no current standard way to find out my IPv6 address (!!)
> 
> Unable to detect environment from cfenvd
> 
> cfengine:: No preconfiguration file
> 
> $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
>  * (Changing context state to: main) *
> $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$
> 
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> Loading persistent classes
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> Loaded persistent memory
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> 
> Unable to detect environment from cfenvd
> 
> Looking for an input file /home/kgrossjo/tmp/cfagent.conf
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": /usr/bin/lspci: 
> invalid option -- q
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": Usage: lspci 
> [<switches>]
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -v               
> Be verbose
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -n               
> Show numeric ID's
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -b               
> Bus-centric view (PCI addresses and IRQ's instead of those seen by the CPU)
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -x               
> Show hex-dump of the standard portion of config space
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -xxx             
> Show hex-dump of the whole config space (dangerous; root only)
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -s 
> [[<bus>]:][<slot>][.[<func>]] Show only devices in selected slots
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -d 
> [<vendor>]:[<device>] Show only selected devices
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -t               
> Show bus tree
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -m               
> Produce machine-readable output
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -i <file>        
> Use specified ID database instead of /usr/share/misc/pci.ids
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -M               
> Enable `bus mapping' mode (dangerous; root only)
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -P <dir> Use 
> specified directory instead of /proc/bus/pci
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -H <mode>        
> Use direct hardware access (<mode> = 1 or 2)
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -F <file>        
> Read configuration data from given file
> cfengine::/usr/bin/lspci | /bin/grep -q "Intel.*PRO/100 VE": -G               
> Enable PCI access debugging
> Finished with cfagent.conf
> Accepted domain name: undefined.domain
> 
> 
> Defined Classes = ( any cfengine_2_1_0b5 debian Wednesday Hr09 Min39 Min35_40 
> Q3 Hr09_Q3 Day5 May Yr2004 linux rumba 32_bit linux_2_4_25_2_kgrossjo i686 
> linux_i686 linux_i686_2_4_25_2_kgrossjo 
> linux_i686_2_4_25_2_kgrossjo__1_Thu_Apr_29_12_38_10_CEST_2004 
> compiled_on_linux_gnu localhost rumba_de_uu_net net_iface_lo net_iface_eth0 
> 139_4_37_213 dhcp_213_de_uu_net 139_4_37 ipv4_139_4_37_213 ipv4_139_4_37 
> ipv4_139_4 ipv4_139 net_iface_vmnet8 net_iface_vmnet1 )
> 
> Negated Classes = ( )
> 
> Installable classes = ( )
> 
> Global expiry time for locks: 120 minutes
> 
> Global anti-spam elapse time: 1 minutes
> 
> Extensions which should not be directories = ( )
> Suspicious filenames to be warned about = ( )
> LogDirectory = /home/kgrossjo/.cfagent
> cfengine:rumba: Couldn't find a private key 
> (/home/kgrossjo/.cfagent/ppkeys/localhost.priv) - use cfkey to get one
> cfengine:rumba: open: No such file or directory
> 
> Checksum database is /var/lib/cfengine2/checksum.db
> Reference time set to Wed May  5 09:39:10 2004
> 
> Job start time set to Wed May  5 09:39:10 2004
> 
> 
> *********************************************************************
>  Main Tree Sched: shellcommands pass 1 @ Wed May  5 09:39:10 2004
> *********************************************************************
> 
> Job start time set to Wed May  5 09:39:10 2004
> 
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> Alerts
> ---------------------------------------------------------------------
> 
> 
> 
> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> Summary of objects involved
> ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
> 
>     global
>     main
> 
> 
> 
> 
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