[Pacemaker] Linux Cluster Management Console 1.1.0 crm configure show problem

Brian Hand handbrianc at gmail.com
Sat Dec 17 14:58:34 EST 2011


First thanks for the quick reply and confirming my suspicions.  It is 
extremely appreciated.

In the meantime before it is fixed.  Is there a way to get crm configure 
show to skip the pager altogether and simply dump the output?

I saw there was a crm options pager setting but it looks like if it 
isn't set it defaults to the OS PAGER variable.  In my setup the PAGER 
variable is not set and looks like less or more is still enforced.

If I can configure up the above this would be an excellent stop gap till 
a better solution is found.

Thanks again.

On 12/17/2011 5:09 AM, Rasto Levrinc wrote:
> On Sat, Dec 17, 2011 at 5:21 AM, Brian Hand<handbrianc at gmail.com>  wrote:
>> Hello
>> I am not sure if this is the right forum or not however I will give it a
>> go.  If this isn't the right place, please point me in the right direction
> it's one of the right places.
>> However, at the moment I am struggling with the crm configure show
>> functionality in the LCMC.  To reproduce I click on a node, say my c1
>> node, and then click on the right hand side crm configure show.  I see
>> in the black console area that the command is executed.   However, since
>> the configuration is quite large it looks like the less command ( or
>> some kind of pager ) is blocking the flow of all the configuration
>> information.  This results in a timeout (you have to wait quite a bit)
>> in the LCMC and it generates the java stack trace at the bottom of this
>> email.  It is an ugly stack trace to be sure...
> yes, you are right, it's the pager. Will be fixed.
> I actually put this "crm configure show" button there for development
> purposes and wanted to remove it, but since people use it, I just left it
> there.
> Now I started to think that it could be made editable with apply button
> and maybe some other buttons and it would be to crm shell, what gvim
> is to vim. :)
> Rasto

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