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You might receive the following error when running puppet on RHEL based system. facter selinux Could not retrieve selinux: Invalid argument – /proc/self/attr/current This error occurred when selinux is disabled on system and puppet facter tries to read file “/proc/self/attr/current” to check the selinux status and throws the error. The file actually itself throws error
Error: Could not request certificate: getaddrinfo: No such host is known. Generally this happen when the system is not able to resolve your puppet master domain. just make sure that if your are not using FQDN for your puppet master than there is a entry in /etc/hosts for your puppet master.
This Error occur when your yum database it corrupted due to some reason. # yum rpmdb: Thread/process 3511/3078396224 failed: Thread died in Berkeley DB library error: db3 error(-30974) from dbenv->failchk: DB_RUNRECOVERY: Fatal error, run database recovery error: cannot open Packages index using db3 – (-30974) error: cannot open Packages database in /var/lib/rpm CRITICAL:yum.main: Error: rpmdb
/etc/login.defs is a configuration file used by shadow-utils to decide the certain default parameters for advance user account management. You need to change the parameters in this file to decide what will be the default user mail dir , password encryption method, password expiry days, userid, groupid etc # # Please note that the parameters
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apt-cache command line tool is a part of Advanced Packaging Tool(APT) . apt-cache is a very simple but rich information command , which you can use for installed packages and available for install packages information. Lets Start with its syntax Usage: apt-cache [options] command apt-cache [options] showpkg pkg1 [pkg2 …] apt-cache [options] showsrc pkg1 [pkg2 …]
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