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chef-utils's Issues

postgres "chef" user does not exist in defualt open source chef

With open source chef 11.4.0 there is no "chef" user. Using opscode_chef_ro appears to work. I'm not sure if this is a private vs open source difference, or just something that changed along the way

$  sudo su opscode-pgsql -c "cd; /opt/chef-server/embedded/bin/psql -d opscode_chef"psql (9.2.4)
Type "help" for help.

opscode_chef=# SELECT * FROM "pg_user";
     usename     | usesysid | usecreatedb | usesuper | usecatupd | userepl |  passwd  | valuntil | useconfig 
-----------------+----------+-------------+----------+-----------+---------+----------+----------+-----------
 opscode-pgsql   |       10 | t           | t        | t         | t       | ******** |          | 
 opscode_chef    |    16549 | f           | t        | t         | f       | ******** |          | 
 opscode_chef_ro |    16550 | f           | t        | t         | f       | ******** |          | 
(3 rows)

We disable v6 SLAAC in fb_sysctl

note to self: we set 'net.ipv6.conf.eth0.autoconf' => 0, in fb_sysctl. While I agree internet servers should have static addresses, this is a change to a default that may be surprising to people who blindly trust our cookbooks (it got me and took quite a while to figure out what happened) and there's nothing calling it out.

chefctl on Chef 16 on macos does not result in colored output

I'm at a loss on this one, but I've noticed that chefctl does not result in colored output when using Chef 16 (Chef Infra Client: 16.1.16)

After attaching some debugging I've confirmed that sudo chefctl -icH is equivalent to sudo /opt/chef/bin/chef-client -l fatal -F doc --no-fork.

The only thing I can come up with is the ruby /opt/chef/embedded/bin/ruby has updated some gems that are prohibiting this behavior or have simply changed.

chefctl on windows doesn't produce logs in /var/chef/outputs

When using chefctl on windows, I cannot get it to write out the log to C:\chef\outputs like it does on Linux/macOS.

This occurs on chef-client 14.10.9.
Here is the config:

lock_file 'C:/chef/chefctl.lock'
plugin_path 'C:/chef/chefctl_hooks.rb'
log_dir 'C:/chef/outputs'
default_chef_options ["--fatal-windows-admin-check"]
chef_options ["-c C:/chef/solo/solo.rb"]
chef_client 'C:/opscode/chef/bin/chef-client.bat'
lock_time 1800
max_retries 1
windows_subshell true

Here is the command:

C:\opscode\chef\embedded\bin\ruby.exe c:\chef\chefctl.rb -C C:\chef\chefctl-config.rb

And here is what ends up in C:\chef\outputs:

PS C:\chef\outputs> Get-Content chef.20190207.1115.1549556120.out
[2019-02-07 11:15:21 -0500] WARN chefctl: Deprecated: windows_subshell shouldn't be used

I get stdout when running this and can see the changes, but it doesn't land in the outputs for some reason.

chefctl-config.rb or chefctl_config.rb?

I'm confused, the chefctl code says
"DEFAULT_CONFIG = '/etc/chefctl-config.rb'.freeze" but the README and sample config have "chefctl_config.rb". This looks like a bug, should be an underscore in chefctl?

chefctl on windows: retry lock on permission denied

On windows, via remote ssh, the workflow is a bit different.

If a timer is running chef, it's likely as SYSTEM. If you login as admin1 and run chefctl, it crashes with:

C:/chef/bin/chefctl.rb:787:in `read': Permission denied @ io_fread - C:\\Windows\\Temp\\chefctl.lock (Errno::EACCES)

instead of realizing a run is in progress and doing it's usual wait routine. But it should catch this and do it's usual wait routine.

Grocery-delivery - Missing methods?

I am not a ruby dev by any means.

Working on setting up grocery-delivery via ruby version to work with our git repo, it seems to be missing a few methods.

$ ./grocery-delivery.rb 
Attempting to acquire lock
Lock acquired
Updating repo
./grocery-delivery.rb:199:in `<main>': undefined method `update' for #<BetweenMeals::Repo::Git:0x000000014794a0> (NoMethodError)

So I went in an added an update method

index 9ccf4d8..76d586a 100755
--- a/between-meals/repo/git.rb
+++ b/between-meals/repo/git.rb
@@ -46,6 +46,11 @@ module BetweenMeals
         s = Mixlib::ShellOut.new("#{@bin} clone #{url} #{@repo}").run_command
         s.error!
       end
+ 
+      def update
+        s = Mixlib::ShellOut.new("#{@bin} pull").run_command
+        s.error!
+      end

       # libgit turns out to be *very* slow at this. Using /usr/bin/git
       # for now, we'll circle back to this.

And then ran into this error.

$ ./grocery-delivery.rb 
Attempting to acquire lock
Lock acquired
Updating repo
DEBUG: Reading 
/grocery-delivery/gd_revision
./grocery-delivery.rb:223:in `<main>': undefined method `head' for #<BetweenMeals::Repo::Git:0x0000000219a440> (NoMethodError)

Are these methods really missing? Or am I just missing something obvious?

folsom-stats doesn't work with Chef Server Core 12

@oferrigni - you have any input on this?

We get this error with the latest CS12

escript: exception error: {function_clause,
                     [{local,fetch_metric,
                          [{<<"pooler.oc_chef_authz_http.free_count">>,
                            [{type,histogram},
                             {tags,
                                 {set,0,16,16,8,80,48,
                                     {[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],
                                      [],[],[]},
                                     {{[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],[],
                                       [],[],[]}}}}]}]}]}

Swap-out "blacklist" verbiage in `chefctl`

Given all that is going on in the world, I think it would be a good time to reconsider the use of "blacklist" in chefctl and perhaps swap it out for "denylist" (or some equivalent noun/verb).

See:

# `blacklist` should be an Array of Regexp.
# If blacklist is provided, commands that match any of the entries are
# not included in the output.
# Returns an Array of Hashes with keys: `:pid`, `:command`, `:nsid`
def list_processes(command, blacklist = nil, parents = false,

Doesn't seem to detect changes/additions to cookbooks via git.

I have got it all installed and have now gotten to the point where I believe I found a big. Again, as posted in my first bug, I am not a ruby guy...

I can upload new roles, delete roles, and even delete cookbooks. But for some reason when I either update or add a new cookbook, the Grocery-Delivery doesn't seem to see it and does not upload anything.

./grocery-delivery.rb 
WARN: Attempting to acquire lock
WARN: Lock acquired
WARN: Updating repo
WARN: Determing changes... from  to 7ecf0f85a9afe23e40c8d97213d554ec824dd876
WARN: Added cookbooks: []
WARN: Deleted cookbooks: []
WARN: Added roles: []
WARN: Deleted roles: []
WARN: Added databags: []
WARN: Deleted databags: []
WARN: Success at 7ecf0f85a9afe23e40c8d97213d554ec824dd876

Thoughts? Ideas? Since I can delete a cookbook, I feel my config should be correct.

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