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Hello ,

I am new to Ansible and trying to setup for automating deployment process .

I have written a simple playbook to execute a shell script ( at remote host) on remote host using command module .

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- name: start server.

  hosts: app

  remote_user: app

 

  tasks:

 

     - name: Start APP Service

       command: /home/app/current-app/etas/util_bin/start_app

       register: comm_out

     - debug: msg="{{ comm_out.stdout }}"

Project to be performed in 2 equally complex phases, each phase to deliver to production about 4 months apart.  The project has been identified as 8.0.  Our baseline naming convention says change the first number for a major enhancement/upgrade.  If the first baseline is named to coincide with the project (8.0), then what name/identifier do I give to the baseline when phase 2 is ready?

With the Harvest r12.1 you have to specify a port number when using/installing an agent.

So the question is what port should we be using? I started using 5101.

Only down side I can think of is that my broker couldn’t have an agent on that same port. Currently, the broker’s agent is only used for testing. That’s no loss; I could live without an agent on the broker. I’ve also already opened 5101 on the boxes behind the firewall so by reusing that number I could avoid the inconvenience of opening up another port.

Hello

 

We have Subversion 1.8 (installed at linux centos).

We do backup using Backup tools that do backup from all filesystem. If we have problems, we can restore from backup just directories relatred to a defined repository that had problems.

 

It is a bad solution? If yes, why?

 

Should we use svn dump or we could keep doing backup using our method?

best regards

I would like to know of the latest releases of Rational DOORS, Rational Synergy and Rational Change is Windows Server 2012 compliant.

 

Thanks in advance,

 

Stephen

Our goal is to acquire information about which merges are trivial, manual, or automatic. Currently, we have clearmrgman, and while it has a save feature, we'd like to do this without involving a GUI or human interaction. 

 

Is there any way to acquire this information about merges from the command line? The solution does not necessarily have to use ClearCase. 

 

Thanks in advance.

We have a few shared projects used as buckets for adhoc pieces of code, and it looks like one of them was checked in 3 weeks ago; they normally sit at 'shared' status, but one has now changed to 'test' status and build managers are now unable to add new objects (permission denied to workarea folder).

Is there an easy way for me to move this project back from 'test' to 'prep' that anyone knows?

Thanks in advance

Mike

Please suggest technical certifications that will add more value to my profile. I have 8 years of SCM experience. Thanks. 

What is the best practice of taking SVN backups, i.e. either through dumps using a script or copying the whole database using Windows System tools or any other good practice?

I am Trying to Intgrated FinalBuilder to TFS 2013, there is no steo by step Documentation

 

 

Hi
Wondering if anyone has come accross this issue? (It's not a show stopper but has got me scratching my head)

I am trying to "migrate" some Items from an existing Dimensions Product into a new Product.
NB I am in essence cloning "part" the old Product.
I do actually want to create new CI/items rather than variants of the existing CI/Items.
The new CI/Items will all be V1 with no history etc in the new Product.

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