Description of problem:
Attempting to clear the 'exclude' option in yum.conf using augeas fails in Fedora 20. It does not fail in RHEL6. I initially noticed this as I'm using augeas in conjunction with puppet.
After testing on the Fedora 20 box individually using augtool, I noticed that I can set the 'exclude' option to anything else, but if I attempt to 'clear' it, I get the attached error. Doing the same thing on my EL6 boxes does not yield an error.
My first guess is that this may just be a bug with the yum lens as the version of augeas in Fedora 20 is newer than what is on my EL6 boxes. (The version of augeas in EL6 is currently at 1.0.0-5). So I manually copied yum.aug from my EL6 box, replacing the version on my F20 box with it.
Upon doing so, I am now able to clear the exclude option in yum.conf using augeas.
I realize that there is probably a narrow set of use cases where someone would want to 'clear' this particular option, and in this case as a workaround I could just use 'rm' instead of 'clear', but since clear was working in a previous version of augeas I'm assuming this is a bug.
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Created attachment 923537 [details]
output from print /augeas//error
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