[one-users] Keeping the VM hosts scripts up to date

Daniel Molina Aranda danmolin at fdi.ucm.es
Thu Feb 3 10:09:16 PST 2011

Hi Steven,

In the OpenNebula 2.0.1 release we changed the default remote path.
Now the remotes are copied to /var/tmp/one by default. Also you can
change the SCRIPTS_REMOTE_DIR variable inside the oned.conf file if
you want to specify a different one.

If you modify any script (remember that you have to modify the remotes
that are placed in $ONE_LOCATION/var that will be the ones copied to
the worker node [1]) you can use the "onehost sync" command to force
OpenNebula to update the remote files in the next Host monitoring

Hope this helps.

[1] http://www.opennebula.org/documentation:rel2.0:img

On 3 February 2011 18:23, Steven Timm <timm at fnal.gov> wrote:
> We have been burned several times by the set of scripts
> in /tmp/one/vmm/kvm not being up to date.. a couple times
> a few of them have been missing, other times they have
> not had the right permissions.  Is there any command that can
> be run from the central host to install them in the first
> place and then keep them synced up?
> It is also a pain to have to remember to disable tmpwatch scripts
> so that redhat-like OS's don't go and delete them from time to time.
> Is there a way to have an alternative path besides /tmp/one?
> Steve Timm
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Daniel Molina, Cloud Technology Engineer/Researcher
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