My test job .yaml does not provide any error while health-check trigger
from GUI and give error while submitting the same test job from the command
you can find the command line submission error as mentioned below.
lavamaster@lava$lavacli -i admin@validation jobs submit /tmp/test.yaml
Unable to submit /tmp/target.yaml: <Fault 400: "Problem with submitted job
data: expected str for dictionary value @
I have reported same type of bug for "soft-reboot" command support and
provided the patch by lava-team for this soft-reboot support issue i.e "
Can someone provide the path for "shutdown-message" support also?
Hi Lava Users,
We are facing issue while deleting/removing some devices from LAVA.
After clicking the "Delete" button located in "http://<lava url>/admin/lava_scheduler_app/device/<device we want to remove>/change/<http://%3clava%20url%3e/admin/lava_scheduler_app/device/%3cdevice%20we%20want%20to%20remove%3e/change/>" the following message is observed
"Proxy Error" (check the attached image for the complete message)
This error is observed only in some devices. The worker of the device is offline and in maintenance state.
I setup a LAVA server few years ago, on Debian 9.5 Stretch(with Python
3.5), and it works correctly.
Recently I update the Python to 3.6, but the lava-server not able to
work correctly. eg. the HTTP server does not work.
So I fall back to Python 3.5 and re-install the LAVA server at the same
time, but unfortunately the device does not work this time.
The device status is set to "Bad (Invalid device configuration)" by the
lava-health without any real check.
The device was work correctly, and only change to 'BAD' when health
check job get fail.
Is there any device related option was set to mandatory instead of
optional which cause this issue? How can I identify this issue? I can't
see any Error in the log file at /var/log/lava-server