Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

IRC log for #salt, 2014-09-07

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02:02 forrest joehh, are you around?
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02:59 ingwaem greetings all…I’m using a command cmd.script and in the shellscript I’m executing a command which doesn’t seem to return correctly to stdout…is there a way to force salt to be happy with the output? It’s a script to start a worker queue, and I can’t modify it’s output
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03:00 ingwaem was having issues using cmd.run so set it up as a shell script but having the same behavior…it just seems to hang
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03:30 XenophonF on a centos 6.5 minion running in a hyperv virtual machine, grains.items doesn't include the "manufacturer" or "productname" keys
03:31 XenophonF is that a Linux kernel limitation or a bug in Salt?
03:31 XenophonF the same version of salt on centos 7.0 (also a hyperv vm) works as expected
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05:04 george__ hi all - how do I raise an error on a bad provided value? (e.g., I'm pulling data from a pillar and it needs to either be not present or one of 'A', 'B', or 'C")
05:04 george__ (this is templating within a state)
05:04 XenophonF hm
05:05 XenophonF good question
05:05 XenophonF so i typically do something like
05:05 XenophonF {% if salt['pillar.get']('key1:key2', None) %}
05:06 XenophonF but then i usually want to avoid the error
05:06 george__ right
05:06 XenophonF what happens if you just try to access the pillar anyway?
05:06 XenophonF like
05:06 XenophonF salt['pillar.get']('key1:key2')
05:06 XenophonF oh but it's ok if the pillar isn't set
05:07 XenophonF hm
05:07 george__ if I were writing this in Python, I'd write somethin glike: value = data.get('key', 'A'); if value not in ('A', 'B', 'C'): raise ValueError()
05:07 george__ this is for testing out new versions of underlying libraries and I want to make sure that I don't accidentally put an unused value in a grain and then have it silently fail or be a different version
05:07 XenophonF well, you're using Jinja, right?
05:08 XenophonF can't you just raise ValueError?
05:08 george__ yeah - can you raise exceptions within jinja?
05:08 XenophonF i assume so
05:08 XenophonF i'm writing everything between the {% %} in python
05:08 XenophonF i'd try it
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05:09 XenophonF i'm looking through the docs to see if there's a saltier way to do it
05:09 george__ I guess there's an open issue now - https://github.com/saltstack/salt/issues/10723
05:10 XenophonF check out http://docs.saltstack.com/en/latest/ref/states/writing.html
05:10 george__ talking to you helped me think about an exception :)
05:10 XenophonF you might want to raise one of salt.exceptions.*
05:10 XenophonF hah
05:10 george__ thanks for your help here :)
05:10 XenophonF np
05:10 XenophonF hey do you have any experience running salt on centos 6.5? or rhel 6.5?
05:11 george__ not me personally, no - just getting started with salt
05:11 XenophonF ah too bad
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05:12 XenophonF i'm running into an issue where the "manufacturer" and "productname" grains aren't defined
05:12 XenophonF no problems on FreeBSD or CentOS 7
05:12 XenophonF i'll have to ask again monday morning when the folks in utah are away :)
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05:13 XenophonF ok going back to watching dr. who - have a good day/night :)
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05:33 george__ maybe Github issue?
05:33 george__ enjoy dr. who tho
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11:40 stbenjam what should salt be doing with the 'parameters' hash that would come back from an ext_nodes script? it doesn't seem to be doing anything.. i would expect them to become pillars?
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11:42 stbenjam nevermind, it only reads the classes key
11:43 bluenemo hi guys. I'd like to install a .deb file, keeping the url to download it in pillars. pkg.installed does not seem to have such an option, like source: https://foobar.com/foo.deb. Whats the best practice way to do that?
11:45 bluenemo ah sry, missread the doc. my bad
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14:42 Micromus Mkay, how can I get pillar data into a config file I'm managing via salt? Nothing in the docs...
14:44 favadi Micromus: manage your file with template: jinja and get pillar data with pillar.get from source file
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14:45 favadi Micromus: docs http://docs.saltstack.com/en/latest/ref/states/all/salt.states.file.html
14:45 Micromus adding the template: jinja now
14:45 Micromus the file is pushed but the contents just says "wpa-ssid "{{ pillar['ssid'] }}""
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14:47 Micromus woho, thanks favadi
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17:00 bluenemo hi guys. I want to download a .deb package to install from a https site, giving me the error that it cant verify the certificate. do I have to do the download / implement stuff by cmd.run or so or is there a method for that? my error: http://paste.debian.net/hidden/409821c7/
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17:27 blackhelmet bluenemo: Are you using the PPA?
17:27 blackhelmet Also, are you behind a proxy?
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17:33 dstokes bleunemo: self-signed cert?
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18:36 XenophonF i'm running into an issue where the "manufacturer" and "productname" grains aren't defined on centos 6.5 (salt 2014.1.10)---is that a known issue?
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18:57 rnr9 Hi salt community,
18:58 rnr9 I'd like to ask about salt formula for nginx: https://github.com/saltstack-formulas/nginx-formula
18:59 rnr9 I can't get state file to use pillar. Could you give an example how it should be defined? Everything on the salt server and client is set by default…
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22:06 dstokes rnr9: "The pillar data is then mapped to minions based on matchers in a top file which is laid out in the same way as the state top file." http://docs.saltstack.com/en/latest/topics/pillar/
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22:19 rnr9 dstokes: thanks man, I figured that out.
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22:47 dstokes rnr9: *thumbs*
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23:07 delinquentme So I've got this output: when attempting to run $ salt-cloud -P -m cloud.map -l all ... https://gist.githubusercontent.com/carlcrott/5be65f0b178d8a2831f8/raw/66ca6f8c7a7bb12aba6799a075a6a7eaef648f60/gistfile1.txt
23:07 delinquentme basically I just keep getting timeout issues
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23:08 delinquentme paced through the logs ... everything looks fine up until that first ERROR ...
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23:45 delinquentme Too many open files (bundled/zeromq/src/signaler.cpp:230)

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