Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 149124
Cannot update version number of cluster.conf file: prevents use of ccs_tool update
Last modified: 2015-04-19 20:46:40 EDT
Description of problem:
After saving changes to a configuration file, cannot use "ccs_tool
update" because the GUI does not change the revision level of the
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Change configuration file using system-config-cluster.
2. Save file /etc/cluster/cluster.conf. NOTE: Because of another
bug, use "Save As" to ensure that the config file is changed.
3. At command line prompt: enter the following:
ccs_tool update /etc/cluster/cluster.conf
root@tng3-4 mnt]# ccs_tool update /etc/cluster/cluster.conf
Proposed updated config file does not have greater version number.
Current config_version :: 1
Proposed config_version:: 1
config_version can now be updated , but needs to not autoincrement upon save if
user has modifed current value.
User can now manually set config_version. It is not currently
autoincrementing if the user makes another config change without
modifying config_version. So that still needs to be done, if I
Fixed completely in 0.9.12
In 0.9.12 if the user specifies a config_version it is incremented by
one. In this case the user should get exactly what they ask for.
e.g. specify version 70 and it is written as 71, should write 70.
This is finally fixed, and a new button has been added to the UI if the UI is
run on a quorate cluster member that allows the new cfg to be propogated to all
Fixed in 0.9.17-1.0
If someone specifies a version of 1 or less (including all negative numbers), it
will jump one when it does the save, however, all other numbers greater than 1,
it will not.
Now negative numbers are not allowed, so this issue is moot. Fixed in 0.9.42
If I change the version from say 5 down to 1 and then save it, it will work and
my new version is 1 (which is good), if I then do nothing to alter the config
and save again, it will bump up to 2 (again I would argue expected behavior),
after that if I just continue to save over and over again without changing the
config at all, it will only bump the config version every _other_ time. Every
time there is a save, it should always bump the version UNLESS the config
version is what is changed, at which point the version should be _EXACTLY_ what
the user defined as the version (as long as it's an integer from 1 to 9999) or
zero if we allow it.
Finally all fixed in 0.9.50-1.0
*** Bug 158419 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***