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Re: Getting Puppetd To Work



Robert L Cochran wrote:
> I'm getting messages like this in /var/log/messages when I run
> puppetd (from the puppet client I think...the server is called
> 'puppetmaster'.)
>
> Jun 20 19:16:00 deafeng3 puppetd[2556]: Could not find server :
> getaddrinfo: Temporary failure in name resolution
> Jun 20 19:16:00 deafeng3 puppetd[2556]: Could not retrieve catalog:
> Could not find server puppet

By default, puppet will look for a server named 'puppet'.  If your
puppetmaster (aka puppet server) is named 'puppetmaster', you'd have
to change the puppet configuration to make it look for 'puppetmaster'.

I'd probably rename my puppetmaster instead of changing the puppet
confif, at least until you get a bit more familiar with puppet.
Though you do need to take care to re-create the puppetmaster
certificates if you rename the puppetmaster.

> Jun 20 19:16:01 deafeng3 setroubleshoot: SELinux is preventing
> ifconfig (ifconfig_t) "read" security_t. For complete SELinux
> messages. run sealert -l 4844399e-6861-497f-b883-5d9cbe05fa79
> Jun 20 19:16:01 deafeng3 setroubleshoot: SELinux is preventing
> ifconfig (ifconfig_t) "read" security_t. For complete SELinux
> messages. run sealert -l 4844399e-6861-497f-b883-5d9cbe05fa79
> Jun 20 19:46:01 deafeng3 puppetd[2556]: Could not find server :
> getaddrinfo: Temporary failure in name resolution
> Jun 20 19:46:01 deafeng3 puppetd[2556]: Could not retrieve catalog:
> Could not find server puppet
> Jun 20 20:16:02 deafeng3 puppetd[2556]: Could not find server :
> getaddrinfo: Temporary failure in name resolution
> Jun 20 20:16:02 deafeng3 puppetd[2556]: Could not retrieve catalog:
> Could not find server puppet
> Jun 20 20:16:03 deafeng3 setroubleshoot: SELinux is preventing
> ifconfig (ifconfig_t) "read" security_t. For complete SELinux
> messages. run sealert -l 4844399e-6861-497f-b883-5d9cbe05fa79
> Jun 20 20:16:03 deafeng3 setroubleshoot: SELinux is preventing
> ifconfig (ifconfig_t) "read" security_t. For complete SELinux
> messages. run sealert -l 4844399e-6861-497f-b883-5d9cbe05fa79
> Jun 20 20:46:03 deafeng3 puppetd[2556]: Could not find server :
> getaddrinfo: Temporary failure in name resolution
> Jun 20 20:46:03 deafeng3 puppetd[2556]: Could not retrieve catalog:
> Could not find server puppet
> Jun 20 21:16:04 deafeng3 puppetd[2556]: Could not find server :
> getaddrinfo: Temporary failure in name resolution
> Jun 20 21:16:04 deafeng3 puppetd[2556]: Could not retrieve catalog:
> Could not find server puppet
>
>
> How to fix the problems (which also involve Selinux)? I'm running in
> permissive mode.

I've not seen those errors on my F-10 puppet installs.  I haven't
setup any F-11 puppet installs just yet.  I do think I saw a post on
the fedora-selinux-list about ifconfig denials, maybe there's a more
general problem there?

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