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Re: [Xen-API] Kronos: can't remove hosts from a pool

Thanks Jon. I've been there. Saw a repo for your auto builder only.

On 21/12/2011, at 8:52 AM, Jonathan Ludlam <Jonathan.Ludlam@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> 

> The source is all public already, it's all on github. Look at this page:
> wiki.xen.org/wiki/Building_XAPI_for_debian
> I've not finished completely testing what's written there (our build system 
> uses slightly different build targets and does other bits and pieces) in 
> particular the dependencies, but it should get you started.
> Jon
> Sent from my iPad
> On 20 Dec 2011, at 22:48, "Dave Whitla" <dave.whitla@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Thanks Mike.
>> I'm more of a doer than a bug-reporter.
>> Can we get this project truly open and make the source repo public?
>> I really need to fix this stuff myself rather than wait for people who 
>> already have a lot on their plate.
>> I pushed hard at work to be allowed to build on this for a test environment 
>> solution which was going to go to VMWare.
>> I've been a very vocal open source evangelist for the last 20 years and with 
>> my current employer I've been having recent wins so I was indulged.
>> Now I'm out on a limb and need to be able to fix bugs in a hurry but I can't 
>> find the source anywhere.
>> Lets all do some Christmas giving. 
>> :)
>> Dave
>> On 21/12/2011, at 5:50 AM, Mike McClurg wrote:
>>> On 20/12/11 06:07, Dave Whitla wrote:
>>>> It is not possible to remove a host from a pool because 
>>>> /etc/firstboot.d/data/<SOME-GENERATED_UUID> doesn't exist.
>>>> In fact /etc/firstboot.d doesn't exist and creating /etc/firstboot.d/data 
>>>> doesn't seem to help.
>>>> No idea where to start looking.
>>> Thanks, Dave. Created a bug on Launchpad.
>>> https://bugs.launchpad.net/xcp/+bug/907045
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