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hi! all,

the following regex fails for a mount point definition

[palms]
path /apps/puppet/projects/palms/%h
allow /^bangvmplmpalm([0-1][0-4,9]).example.com$/

here's the logs

./puppet.log-20130120:Thu Jan 17 19:17:21 +0530 2013
/Stage[main]//Node[bangvmplmpalm11.example.com]/File[/etc/httpd/dispatcher/dispatcher.any]
(err): Could not evaluate: Error 400 on SERVER: Not authorized to call find
on /file_metadata/palms/dispatcher.any Could not retrieve file metadata for
puppet:///palms/dispatcher.any: Error 400 on SERVER: Not authorized to call
find on /file_metadata/palms/dispatcher.any
./puppet.log-20130120:Thu Jan 17 19:17:21 +0530 2013
/Stage[main]//Node[bangvmplmpalm11.example.com]/File[/etc/httpd/dispatcher-vhost/dispatcher-vhost.conf]
(err): Could not evaluate: Error 400 on SERVER: Not authorized to call find
on /file_metadata/palms/dispatcher-vhost.conf Could not retrieve file
metadata for puppet:///palms/dispatcher-vhost.conf: Error 400 on SERVER:
Not authorized to call find on /file_metadata/palms/dispatcher-vhost.conf

when I test it on rubular or any other ruby based regex test with the
string bangvmplmplam09 to bangvmplmpalm14 it shows mathces, nopt sure if it
is a regex problem or puppet. Please advice on what might be going wrong.


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  • Wil Cooley at Jan 25, 2013 at 4:22 am

    On Jan 21, 2013 1:32 AM, "Anadi Misra" wrote:
    hi! all,

    the following regex fails for a mount point definition

    [palms]
    path /apps/puppet/projects/palms/%h
    allow /^bangvmplmpalm([0-1][0-4,9]).example.com$/
    The allow directive uses wildcards, not regular expressions:

    http://docs.puppetlabs.com/guides/file_serving.html

    Unless this was added but not documented.

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  • Anadi Misra at Jan 26, 2013 at 5:07 am
    Hmm ..... silly I missed that;

    We name our virtual machines in the following manner
    [location-prefix][vm-type][project-code][vm-id] hence the name bang
    (Bangalore) vmplm [ mid -size VM running RHEL 6.3] palm [project code], the
    ids are from 09 to 14. I wanted to reserve this mount point only for the
    VMs of this project.

    looks like bangvmplmpalm* is the right way to go then.

    also is there a way to extract the project code "plam" into a variable?

    something like

    [projects]
    /apps/puppet/projects/%p/%h or /apps/puppet/projects/$project/%h ?

    BR/
    Anadi Misra.


    On Fri, Jan 25, 2013 at 9:09 AM, Wil Cooley wrote:

    On Jan 21, 2013 1:32 AM, "Anadi Misra" wrote:

    hi! all,

    the following regex fails for a mount point definition

    [palms]
    path /apps/puppet/projects/palms/%h
    allow /^bangvmplmpalm([0-1][0-4,9]).example.com$/
    The allow directive uses wildcards, not regular expressions:

    http://docs.puppetlabs.com/guides/file_serving.html

    Unless this was added but not documented.

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