[Fusioninventory-user] RES: RES: Deploy feature - doubts

Mario Jorge de Sousa Freire mario.freire at camara.gov.br
Thu May 17 18:17:36 UTC 2012

Hi, Goneri!

1) So, if i do not use cleanup_repository.php script, file will stay there forever or only while the GLPI package exists?
2) I think you meant: "current directory", right? And what is the current directory? The directory where Windows Fusion agent is installed? 
3) Should I open a bug to the problem of the file that was not delivered anywhere?


Mário Jorge de Sousa Freire
Analista de Informática Legislativa
Câmara dos Deputados
CENIN/CAINF/SEGES - (61) 3216-3763
mario.freire at camara.gov.br

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De: fusioninventory-user-bounces+mario.freire=camara.gov.br at lists.alioth.debian.org [mailto:fusioninventory-user-bounces+mario.freire=camara.gov.br at lists.alioth.debian.org] Em nome de Gonéri Le Bouder
Enviada em: quinta-feira, 17 de maio de 2012 15:02
Para: FusionInventory User discussion
Assunto: Re: [Fusioninventory-user] RES: Deploy feature - doubts

2012/5/17 Mario Jorge de Sousa Freire <mario.freire at camara.gov.br>:
> Hi, Goneri and others!
> 1) File remains in that directory on the server, for undefined time? Is content cryptographed or I am looking to the wrong files?
After the upload, we generate small "filepart" from the original file.
Each "filepart" is a 1MB file compressed with gzip.
That's what we store.
If you want to reduce the size of this repostory, you can use this
script: fusinvdeploy/scripts/cleanup_repository.php
It will remove unused filepart.

> 2) Made two tests: one with in Windows agent, the other with Linux Agent. In both cases, job completed sucessfully, but could not find the file in any directory! In what Windows directory am I supposed to find the files?
In the current directly.

> 3) How can I change the storage directory in the Linux agent?
It depends on the mechanism you decide to use for the installation. If you use the source distribution, just do:
perl Makefile.PL LOCALSTATEDIR=/tmp/somewhere make make install

> 4) Maybe this is my problem, cause I did not specify anything... What are the common options?
> 5) Is there any way to make a donation to Fusion project, even a very small one?
Not so far. For the moment I would personally suggest you to give money to a associations dedicated to Free Software and to fight software patent.

     Gonéri Le Bouder

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