Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 212601
luci - selecting cluster name or cluster node name indicates error in install and displays empty form
Last modified: 2009-04-16 18:42:22 EDT
Description of problem:
luci and ricci - selecting cluster name or cluster node name indicates error in
install and displays empty form
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
luci-0.8-21.el5 and ricci-0.8-21.el5
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Create a new cluster - I created a new 2-node cluster - luci is running on a
2. Select the cluster name from the cluster list
3. Then select the name of the cluster - or the name of any of the cluster nodes
- see the attached screen shots for an illustration
The error displayed in screen shot inidicates an install error - an empty
page/form is displayed in screen shot 3.
The cluster's config should be displayed.
See the (3) screen shots for an illustration of the steps. I've also attached a
fragement of the debug log from the luci node.
Created attachment 139598 [details]
debug log fragment
Created attachment 139599 [details]
screen shot 1 of 3
Created attachment 139600 [details]
screen shot 2 of 3
Created attachment 139601 [details]
screen shot 3 of 3
This problem is less serious than it once was - but there's still a bug here.
What happens is that the first time that a user attempts to confiugure a bug,
the sequence of actions shown in the (4) new attachments happen - the eventual
outcome is that the user is able to configure the cluster on the 2nd attempt -
but, first, the user is shown the empty results set in the 3rd attachment.
Created attachment 140899 [details]
Screen shot 1 of 4
Created attachment 140900 [details]
Screen shot 2 of 4
Created attachment 140901 [details]
Screen shot 3 of 4
Created attachment 140903 [details]
Screen shot 4 of 4
just to make sure I understand what's going on: does creating the cluster fail
the first time, or does the progress page contain a bug that misleads you as to
the status? do you actually have to attempt to create the cluster twice to get
it to work correctly?
No - creating the cluster doesn't fail - it's just that the user is left with
the screen shown in the 3rd screenshot. If the user just selects "Configure"
after that, the user is brought to the screen shown in the 4th screen shot. Thanks!
oh, good. thanks for the info. i think i should be able to fix this one pretty
should be fixed in -HEAD now
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