Fri, Jan 18, 2019 at 11:00:21AM CET, yangj.fnst(a)cn.fujitsu.com wrote:
i use git clone and use './setup.py install' to install lnst
it looks no wrong.........
In that case you have to edit the lnst-slave.conf in the git clone
directory. This configuration file has the HIGHEST priority and if it exists
other configuration files will not be loaded.
>在 2019年01月18日 17:28, Jan Tluka 写道:
>> Fri, Jan 18, 2019 at 10:12:40AM CET, yangj.fnst(a)cn.fujitsu.com wrote:
>> > i wrote the following in the /root/lnst/lnst-slave.conf file,it was in
>> > slave machine
>> > [cache]
>> > cache_dir = ./cache
>> > expiration_period = 7days
>> > [environment]
>> > log_dir = ./Logs
>> > use_nm=yes
>> > but in Control machine ,It will appear as follows：
>> > 2019-01-17 00:46:09 (localhost) - WARNING: NetworkManager is
>> > running on a slave machine!
>> > 2019-01-17 00:46:09 (localhost) - WARNING: Usage of NM is
>> > disabled!
>> > 2019-01-17 00:46:09 (localhost) - WARNING:
>> > =============================================
>> > it's true???
>> Hi, did you restart the lnst-slave after you made changes to
>> Also, how do you run lnst-slave? By calling /usr/bin/lnst-slave? Did you
>> install it from rpm package or did you just clone the upstream git and
>> run it by ./lnst-slave from the git clone?