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?????? Openshift Orig i nManua llydeploy fail.Followoo_deploy _guide_comprehensive

I just fixed the mcollective error, the deployment-guide's server.cfg example has a little mistake. The path of facts.yaml is wrong.

The Node host still has SELinux context error.
The Broker host broker log(/var/log/openshift/broker/httpd/error_log) show something errors.
 1.connect to broker.example.com failed: getaddrinfo: Temporary failure in name resolution will retry(#xxx) in xx
 2.when I create a php application,  it occur errors.
     [pid=xxx thr=xxx file=utils.rb:176 time=xxx]: Exception NameError in Rack application object(undefined local variable or method 'error_code' for #<ApplicationsController:0x000XXXXXX>(process 6131, thread xxx)
    [pid=xxx thr=xxx file=ext/apach2/Hooks.cpp:834 time=xxx]: No data receive from the backend application(process 6131) within 5000ms


I just re-deployed the node and it still had SELinux context error.
So I re-deploy again.
At this time, I check the mcollective.log carefully.
When the ruby193-mcollective start at first time, I find two error.

E, [2013-12-16T17:18:59.827554 #10356] ERROR -- : pluginmanager.rb:171:in `rescue in loadclass' Fail
ed to load MCollective::Agent::Openshift: error loading openshift-origin-container-selinux: cannot l
oad such file -- openshift-origin-container-selinux
E, [2013-12-16T17:18:59.827652 #10356] ERROR -- : agents.rb:71:in `rescue in loadagent' Loading agen
t openshift failed: error loading openshift-origin-container-selinux: cannot load such file -- opens

D, [2013-12-16T17:18:59.836314 #10356] DEBUG -- : pluginmanager.rb:44:in `<<' Registering plugin age
nt_data with class MCollective::Data::Agent_data single_instance: false
D, [2013-12-16T17:18:59.836838 #10356] DEBUG -- : pluginmanager.rb:44:in `<<' Registering plugin fst
at_data with class MCollective::Data::Fstat_data single_instance: false

My selinux-policy version is 3.7.19.
I follow http://openshift.github.io/documentation/oo_deployment_guide_comprehensive.html to deploy.
I use ruby193-mcollective.
"oo-mco ping" can work.


+++ ???????????? [16/12/13 16:18 +0800]:
>I am deploying the node, and I need time to finish it.
>I think it can connect to ActiveMQ, here are some log messages.
>[2013-12-16T15:56:36.526150 #9892] DEBUG -- : pluginmanager.rb:167:in `loadclass' Loading Mcollec
>tive::Connector::Activemq from mcollective/connector/activemq.rb
>[2013-12-16T15:56:36.527879 #9892] DEBUG -- : pluginmanager.rb:44:in `<<' Registering plugin conn
>ector_plugin with class MCollective::Connector::Activemq single_instance: true
> [2013-12-16T15:56:36.537249 #9900] DEBUG -- : pluginmanager.rb:80:in `[]' Returning new plugin co
>nnector_plugin with class MCollective::Connector::Activemq
>[2013-12-16T15:56:36.537508 #9900] DEBUG -- : activemq.rb:171:in `block in connect' Adding broke
>.example.com:61613 to the connection pool
>[2013-12-16T15:56:36.577311 #9900] DEBUG -- : agents.rb:104:in `block in findagentfile' Found ope
>nshift at /opt/rh/ruby193/root/usr/libexec/mcollective/mcollective/agent/openshift.rb
>E, [2013-12-16T15:56:36.755698 #9900] ERROR -- : pluginmanager.rb:171:in `rescue in loadclass' Faile
>d to load MCollective::Agent::Openshift: error loading openshift-origin-frontend-apache-mod-rewrite:
> cannot load such file -- openshift-origin-frontend-apache-mod-rewrite
>--To solve this error, I install the package manually--

Yes, that error would cause the OpenShift Agent not to load and would
result in the Broker not being able to find nodes.  If you have fixed
that error I would expect 'oo-mco ping' to work on your Broker.

Another source of 'oo-mco ping' not working is clock skew on the
hosts.  Are they running ntp?  Does running 'date' on both systems
show their clocks to be in sync?

>D, [2013-12-16T15:56:36.767574 #9900] DEBUG -- : pluginmanager.rb:83:in `[]' Returning cached plugin
> connector_plugin with class MCollective::Connector::Activemq

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