Update top.sls on SALT master
Please add hosts.vm174 to the vm174 entry in top.sls
This has to be done (for some reason) locally on SALT master to take effect, according to Werner.
#2 Updated by Jan Iversen about 2 years ago
Something is missing.
When I do "sudo salt-call state.apply > ~/jix 2>&1"
There are no checks for e.g. esc-mentoring.py
When I do "sudo salt-call state.apply hosts.vm174 > ~/jix 2>&1"
I can see it checks for e.g. esc-mentoring.py
Does the vm need to updated somehow ??
I will try again tomorrow.
#4 Updated by Jan Iversen about 2 years ago
Just tried again this morning. the changes you have made to top.sls does not go through to vm174.
Please have a look at the 2 outputs.
jani@vm174:~$ sudo salt-call state.apply > ~/salt-call_top.lst 2>&1
jani@vm174:~$ sudo salt-call state.apply hosts.vm174 > ~/salt-call_vm174.lst 2>&1
You can see in the first output, that it never runs hosts.vm174
#5 Updated by Alexander Werner about 2 years ago
Looking at the top.sls on floyd, it currently is in sync with the master branch, so contains these lines:
'vm174.documentfoundation.org': - templates.core - hosts.vm174
Could you please try this for me on vm174: salt-call state.apply saltenv=master?
#6 Updated by Jan Iversen about 2 years ago
Done no change...hosts.vm174 is not called, I am utterly confused.
sudo salt-call state.apply saltenv=master > ~/jix2 2>&1