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ashmoore Absent Member.
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Bundle System Requirements

We have found some entertaining behavior for Linux Bundles 😞

We create a bundle and assign a system requirement - in this case a file creation date > than some date.
It drops an error "Cannot assign bundle" in the message log for the server, sends an error report to the lucky soul who gets those.
The deployment status shows as unknown and the server shows up in the "Critical Error" column on the ZCM home screen.

All because the bundle failed to meet a system requirement.
Removing the system requirement also removes the error - but of course it also deploy the bundle to a system that it should not have.

-----x==---x===----- I used to be an eagle......
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ashmoore Absent Member.
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Re: Bundle System Requirements

have been checking this some more.
Any Linux bundle with a system requirement that is not met generates the error and flags the server as having an error.

I really cannot see the point of this behavior.

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sananth Absent Member.
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Re: Bundle System Requirements

ashmoore,
Yes, you are right. This happens only with Linux bundles. Come 11.2, you will not find a system requirement failure generate an error. It might be a warning message at the most. The highest level of severity from the message logs is used to flag the server(device) status.

- Ananth

ashmoore;2142297 wrote:
have been checking this some more.
Any Linux bundle with a system requirement that is not met generates the error and flags the server as having an error.

I really cannot see the point of this behavior.
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