- Original Message -
From: Trey Dockendorf treyd...@gmail.com
To: users firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Wednesday, February 25, 2015 10:53:36 PM
Subject: [ovirt-users] Automation and engine-setup
I am attempting to update my Puppet module  that manages oVirt and have
found my method for executing engine-setup works on a fresh install but
fails if run after install, for example to enable reports.
Normally I run this:
yes 'Yes' | engine-setup
I'd personally put this file elsewhere - /var/lib/ovirt-engine/ is owned by
the engine, should be considered semi-private - i.e. might change in the
future, cleaned up on upgrades etc. Not that any of this happens today, just
be on the safe side.
However if I've already installed ovirt-engine and then install the packages
for reports and re-run the above command it gets stuck at this step:
[ INFO ] Stage: Setup validation
During execution engine service will be stopped (OK, Cancel) [OK]:
Since Yes is not a valid response my method does not work. Is there a flag
I can provide in the answers file that would prevent the above prompt? I am
semi familiar with using expect but was hoping to avoid using expect from
within a Puppet module.
You should use an answer file specific to the exact state.
Run engine-setup manually without supplying an answer file, then use the
You are welcome to open an RFE engine-setup should have an option
or something like that.
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