[Pacemaker] pacemaker-pygui & CentOS 5.2

Bret Palsson bretep at gmail.com
Fri Oct 31 12:18:24 EDT 2008

Can someone point me to the right direction on posting this notorious  
bug? I know I'm not the only one with it.

Here it is:

Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/usr/bin/hb_gui", line 2822, in on_add
objdlg = ObjectViewDlg(new_elem, True)
File "/usr/bin/hb_gui", line 3900, in __init__
obj_view = ObjectView(self.xml_node, is_newobj, self.on_changed)
File "/usr/bin/hb_gui", line 1994, in __init__
File "/usr/bin/hb_gui", line 2130, in update
File "/usr/bin/hb_gui", line 2138, in on_after_show
File "/usr/bin/hb_gui", line 6471, in on_after_show
for widget in self.widgets[widget_type].values() :
SystemError: Objects/funcobject.c:128: bad argument to internal function

How to replicate:

1. Install centos 5.2
2. Add [server_ha-clustering] repo
3. run: yum -y install xorg-x11-xauth xorg-x11-fonts* heartbeat.x86_64  
pacemaker.x86_64 pacemaker-pygui.x86_64
4. create all the nessary config files and start heartbeat
5. run: hb_gui &
6. Try to add a primitive resource

Then you get that traceback.

Maybe I'm doing something wrong?



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