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Running puppetd in openvz displays a warning [message #44788] Wed, 04 January 2012 09:24 Go to previous message
Benjamin Henrion is currently offline  Benjamin Henrion
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Hi,

I am running puppet clients in openvz containers, but I get a warning
message like this:

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sabayon / # puppetd --test
Could not retrieve selinux: Cannot allocate memory - /proc/self/mountinfo
Could not retrieve selinux: Cannot allocate memory - /proc/self/mountinfo
Could not retrieve selinux: Cannot allocate memory - /proc/self/mountinfo
Could not retrieve selinux: Cannot allocate memory - /proc/self/mountinfo
Could not retrieve selinux: Cannot allocate memory - /proc/self/mountinfo
Could not retrieve selinux: Cannot allocate memory - /proc/self/mountinfo
Could not retrieve selinux: Cannot allocate memory - /proc/self/mountinfo
info: Caching catalog for sabayon
info: Applying configuration version '1325668910'
notice: Finished catalog run in 0.01 seconds
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I compiled puppetd without the selinux use flag, any idea how to get
rid of this warning?

Best,

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