Hi Erik, Thanks for the feedback. This should help others who might be facing the issue. Regards, Robert ...
Thanks for the feedback. This should help others who might be facing the issue.
I have cleaned up the sqlite data, and shutdown everything manually. So the database and the actual status of the services are in sync. But when I try to start the services, they start successfully, but puppet never gets a response from the client saying so. It eventually times out. Comparing this environment to a working one I noticed it has half as many httpd processes running as puppet and is missing the “Rack: /etc/puppet/rack” process also owned by puppet. I cannot find any documentation on that service or how to start it. Is there some service/process still not running that is not allowing the puppet clients to return their results?