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smf provider forces use of -s flag

asked 2015-03-26 16:15:35 -0600

mydogspot gravatar image

I'm using puppet 3.7.4 running on rhel 6.6 and trying to manage ntp on solaris 11.2.

On the solaris server I can manually start ntp service with svcadm enable ntp, but if I use the -s flag, svcadm enable -s ntp it won't start because it says it has unsatisfied dependencies. So I don't care about the dependencies and I know ntp will start if i don't use the -s flag - but when my puppet agent runs it seems to insist on using the -s flag. My puppet code is really simple -

  'sun4v' : {
    file { '/etc/inet/ntp.conf':
    ensure => file,
    owner => 'root',
    group => 'root',
    source => 'puppet:///modules/ntp_new/ntp.sun',
    notify => Service['ntp']
    }
    service { 'ntp' :
    ensure => 'running',
    enable => 'true',
    provider => 'smf',

Does anyone know if there is any way that I can force svcadm to not use the -s flag?

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answered 2015-03-31 16:01:50 -0600

WhatsARanjit gravatar image

The provider is hard-coded to do this. You'd have to submit a pull request. Take a look at the code here:

https://github.com/puppetlabs/puppet/...

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answered 2015-04-06 22:06:02 -0600

rnelson0 gravatar image

You could pass valid restart/start/stop parameters to your Service resource. However, you should probably just satisfy the dependencies to ensure your puppet code describes an accurate state definition.

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