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Hi ,
I am new to Puppet and I just started testing it out in my windows
machine to do a set of tasks which I do manually currently and once I get
the hang of it would like to use it for provisioning later. My current task
is pretty simple:
1. Run an svn update command on a folder
2. Run maven install command
3. ... a whole bunch of other tasks related to setting up a custom server
on a users machine.

However , when I run an exec like the below, I can see that the maven runs
successfully but the task fails at the end as shown below:

/Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] Compiling 59 source
files to
C:\Users\agopalakrishnan\SourceCode\CM-Server\implementation\test-console\target\classes
/Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
/Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] BUILD SUCCESSFUL
/Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
/Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] Total time: 6 seconds
/Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] Finished at: Thu Jun
28 14:14:37 PDT 2012
/Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] Final Memory:
48M/229M
/Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO]
------------------------------------------------------------------------
/Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: 'cmd' is not recognized as
an internal or external command,
/Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: operable program or batch
file.
Error: C:\Windows\SysWow64\cmd.exe /c mvn.bat compile returned 1 instead of
one of [0]
Error: /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: change from notrun
to 0 failed: C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /c mvn.bat compile returned 1
instead of one
of [0]
/Stage[main]/Cmserver/File[testfile]: Dependency Exec[mvninstall] has
failures:true
Warning: /Stage[main]/Cmserver/File[testfile]: Skipping because of failed
dependencies
Finished catalog run in 9.25 seconds

The task is as below:
exec { 'mvninstall':
cwd =>
'C:\Users\agopalakrishnan\SourceCode\CM-Server\implementation\test-console',
path => 'C:/Users/agopalakrishnan/Software/apache-maven-2.2.1/bin;%PATH%',
command => 'C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /c mvn.bat compile',
provider => windows,
logoutput => true,
timeout => 1000,
}

Any help is greatly appeciated.

Regards,
Anoop

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  • Josh Cooper at Jun 28, 2012 at 10:06 pm
    Hi Anoop,

    On Thu, Jun 28, 2012 at 2:26 PM, Anoop Gopalakrishnan
    wrote:
    Hi ,
    I am new to Puppet and I just started testing it out in my windows machine to do a set of tasks which I do manually currently and once I get the hang of it would like to use it for provisioning later. My current task is pretty simple:
    1. Run an svn update command on a folder
    2. Run maven install command
    3. ... a whole bunch of other tasks related to setting up a custom server on a users machine.

    However , when I run an exec like the below, I can see that the maven runs successfully  but the task fails at the end as shown below:

    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] Compiling 59 source files to C:\Users\agopalakrishnan\SourceCode\CM-Server\implementation\test-console\target\classes
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] BUILD SUCCESSFUL
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] Total time: 6 seconds
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] Finished at: Thu Jun 28 14:14:37 PDT 2012
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] Final Memory: 48M/229M
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: 'cmd' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    Your mvn.bat script is trying to invoke cmd, but failing because the
    PATH environment is not correct, see more below.
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: operable program or batch file.
    Error: C:\Windows\SysWow64\cmd.exe /c mvn.bat compile returned 1 instead of one of [0]
    Just a side note, since ruby is a 32-bit executable, file system
    redirection takes effect, causing puppet to launch the 32-bit cmd.exe.
    This may or may not be an issue for you depending on what you are
    trying to do. There's more info here[1]
    Error: /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: change from notrun to 0 failed: C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /c mvn.bat compile returned 1 instead of one
    of [0]
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/File[testfile]: Dependency Exec[mvninstall] has failures:true
    Warning: /Stage[main]/Cmserver/File[testfile]: Skipping because of failed dependencies
    Finished catalog run in 9.25 seconds

    The task is as below:
    exec { 'mvninstall':
    cwd => 'C:\Users\agopalakrishnan\SourceCode\CM-Server\implementation\test-console',
    path => 'C:/Users/agopalakrishnan/Software/apache-maven-2.2.1/bin;%PATH%',
    command => 'C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /c mvn.bat compile',
    provider => windows,
    logoutput => true,
    timeout => 1000,
    }
    Puppet doesn't expand environment variables the way you are thinking.
    Change that to:

    path => "C:/Users/agopalakrishnan/Software/apache-maven-2.2.1/bin;${path}",

    When compiling the catalog, the `path` parameter (for the exec
    resource) will be interpolated using the `path` fact as reported by
    the agent. More about using variables here[2]
    Any help is greatly appeciated.

    Regards,
    Anoop

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    [1] https://projects.puppetlabs.com/issues/12980
    [2] http://docs.puppetlabs.com/learning/variables.html
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  • Anoop Gopalakrishnan at Jun 28, 2012 at 10:56 pm
    Hey Josh,
    Thanks for the quick response! Will try out the changes. Appreciate the
    good work too.

    Regards,
    Anoop
    On Thursday, June 28, 2012 2:26:38 PM UTC-7, Anoop Gopalakrishnan wrote:

    Hi ,
    I am new to Puppet and I just started testing it out in my windows
    machine to do a set of tasks which I do manually currently and once I get
    the hang of it would like to use it for provisioning later. My current task
    is pretty simple:
    1. Run an svn update command on a folder
    2. Run maven install command
    3. ... a whole bunch of other tasks related to setting up a custom server
    on a users machine.

    However , when I run an exec like the below, I can see that the maven runs
    successfully but the task fails at the end as shown below:

    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] Compiling 59 source
    files to
    C:\Users\agopalakrishnan\SourceCode\CM-Server\implementation\test-console\target\classes
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO]
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] BUILD SUCCESSFUL
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO]
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] Total time: 6
    seconds
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] Finished at: Thu
    Jun 28 14:14:37 PDT 2012
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO] Final Memory:
    48M/229M
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: [INFO]
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: 'cmd' is not recognized as
    an internal or external command,
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: operable program or batch
    file.
    Error: C:\Windows\SysWow64\cmd.exe /c mvn.bat compile returned 1 instead
    of one of [0]
    Error: /Stage[main]/Cmserver/Exec[mvninstall]/returns: change from notrun
    to 0 failed: C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /c mvn.bat compile returned 1
    instead of one
    of [0]
    /Stage[main]/Cmserver/File[testfile]: Dependency Exec[mvninstall] has
    failures:true
    Warning: /Stage[main]/Cmserver/File[testfile]: Skipping because of failed
    dependencies
    Finished catalog run in 9.25 seconds

    The task is as below:
    exec { 'mvninstall':
    cwd =>
    'C:\Users\agopalakrishnan\SourceCode\CM-Server\implementation\test-console',
    path => 'C:/Users/agopalakrishnan/Software/apache-maven-2.2.1/bin;%PATH%',
    command => 'C:\Windows\System32\cmd.exe /c mvn.bat compile',
    provider => windows,
    logoutput => true,
    timeout => 1000,
    }

    Any help is greatly appeciated.

    Regards,
    Anoop
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