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I found this error in syslog:

Dec 3 16:43:15 0x0x0tuna puppet-agent[16790]:
(/Stage[main]/Tuna/File[/u/net/profile/common/zoom.so.32/hpsw.so]/content)
change from {md5}9913d05900c2fd8cd14ef2efec728457 to
{md5}fe7db3112ffcea0f80fbda99b7da408c failed: Could not back up
/u/net/profile/common/zoom.so.32/hpsw.so: Could not render to pson:
"\340\215\203"

As far as I can tell, the agent on this client box is trying to push
/u/net/profile/common/zoom.so.32/hpsw.so into the filebucket on the puppet
master and failing. Since that backup fails, it won't receive the new
file, which is a problem.

Does anybody have any ideas on how to fix this? Or at least a better idea
how to diagnose why it's failing? I do not have this issue with text
files. hpsw.so is a shared library in Linux.

Thanks,

Tom

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  • Peter Brown at Dec 7, 2012 at 2:37 am
    Is it possible to install the .so from a package and install it on the node
    via a custom repository?
    Managing shared libraries via puppet is screaming "Dependency Hell" in my
    brain.

    On 7 December 2012 01:24, Tom Owens wrote:

    I found this error in syslog:

    Dec 3 16:43:15 0x0x0tuna puppet-agent[16790]:
    (/Stage[main]/Tuna/File[/u/net/profile/common/zoom.so.32/hpsw.so]/content)
    change from {md5}9913d05900c2fd8cd14ef2efec728457 to
    {md5}fe7db3112ffcea0f80fbda99b7da408c failed: Could not back up
    /u/net/profile/common/zoom.so.32/hpsw.so: Could not render to pson:
    "\340\215\203"

    As far as I can tell, the agent on this client box is trying to push
    /u/net/profile/common/zoom.so.32/hpsw.so into the filebucket on the puppet
    master and failing. Since that backup fails, it won't receive the new
    file, which is a problem.

    Does anybody have any ideas on how to fix this? Or at least a better idea
    how to diagnose why it's failing? I do not have this issue with text
    files. hpsw.so is a shared library in Linux.

    Thanks,

    Tom

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