[Bug 490382] Re: eucalyptus-cc init script doesn't always clear /var/lib/eucalyptus/CC
thierry.carrez at ubuntu.com
Wed Dec 2 08:40:46 GMT 2009
CLEAN=1 is supported in eucalyptus-cc.conf, not in eucalyptus.conf. So maybe it's something like:
stop eucalyptus CLEAN=1 -> FAIL (env not passed to eucalyptus-cc)
stop eucalyptus-cc CLEAN=1 -> PASS
start eucalyptus[-cc] CLEAN=1 -> FAIL (start not supported, bug 491254)
restart eucalyptus CLEAN=1 -> FAIL (env not passed to eucalyptus-cc)
Looks quite non-deterministic from here.
Dustin, if you can confirm the above behavior, in the end it's a matter of what CLEAN commands we want to support. IMHO we should support "restart eucalyptus CLEAN=1" and "stop eucalyptus CLEAN=1", "start eucalyptus CLEAN=1", "stop eucalyptus-cc CLEAN=1" and "start eucalyptus[-cc] CLEAN=1", since we mainly use the eucalyptus script to drive eucalyptus in general, but should also support stopping and starting eucalyptus-cc only.
eucalyptus-cc init script doesn't always clear /var/lib/eucalyptus/CC
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