I am doing a fresh installation and starting with a database built from the most recent vcl.sql from the SVN. I've configured my frontend and management node, according to these instructions: https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/incubator/vcl/trunk/INSTALLATION

I've added my management node to the DB, but I couldn't get the vcld process to start cleanly without the following complaint from the log:

|2615| ---- WARNING ----
|2615| 2009-04-06 12:17:50|2615| utils.pm:get_management_node_info(7206)|zero rows were returned from database select statement:

|2615|    SELECT
|2615|    managementnode.*,
|2615|    predictivemodule.name AS predictive_name,
|2615|    predictivemodule.prettyname AS predictive_prettyname,
|2615|    predictivemodule.description AS predictive_description,
|2615|    predictivemodule.perlpackage  AS predictive_perlpackage,
|2615|  state.name AS statename
|2615|    FROM
|2615|    managementnode,
|2615|    module predictivemodule,
|2615|  state
|2615|    WHERE
|2615|    managementnode.predictivemoduleid = predictivemodule.id
|2615|  AND managementnode.stateid = state.id
|2615|    AND
|2615|    managementnode.hostname like 'dhcp15.cnl.ncsu.edu%'
|2615| ( 0) utils.pm, notify (line: 691)
|2615| (-1) utils.pm, get_management_node_info (line: 7206)
|2615| (-2) vcld, main (line: 127)

/usr/lib/sendmail: option requires an argument -- f
2009-04-06 12:17:50|2615|utils.pm:mail(1301)|SUCCESS -- Sending mail To: , PROBLEM -- vcld

|2615| ---- CRITICAL ----
|2615| 2009-04-06 12:17:50|2615|vcld:main(131)|unable to retrieve management node information from database
|2615| ( 0) utils.pm, notify (line: 691)
|2615| (-1) vcld, main (line: 131)

I believe this is default user permissions bug because when I give my vcl user in the database full permissions (All Privileges) instead of the recommended in the instructions (SELECT, INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE), it works. What are the right permissions for a frontend user? What are the right permissions for a backend user? Do the instructions need to be updated?


Brian Bouterse
Secure Open Systems Initiative

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