Yes, facts still exist until I delete the entry from discovery.. Will
create a feature ticket. thanks.
On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 10:57 AM, Lukas Zapletal <l...@redhat.com> wrote:
> > Hi, I came across an issue when someone accidentally deleted the
> > tftp/macfile and rebooted a server into network boot after an
> > installation. The server was re-added into discovery, even though the
> > is already defined in the host table. Is there a way to prevent this
> > happening? Now if I delete the entry from discovered_hosts I loose the
> > facts for the entry.
> Hey, interesting observation.
> Well, if the host was already discovered successfully, your facts were
> likely already deleted. Can you verify they are still there?
> You can raise a Feature ticket in our RedMine instance with expected
> solution - I think a setting that would prevent from discovering
> existing hosts would do it.
> Lukas #lzap Zapletal
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