It seems that your target directory sbin contain an other sbin directory, that's it. By the way, could you provide the values of the properties for the commponent used as a master and thoses for the component used as a target?
Enclosing screenshots. As you can see, my Target /sbin listing does not show any child "sbin"
Also, attaching properties for Master and Target instances. Only difference in theit properties is that
the Master has some preceding directories leading up to sbin.
Basically, I have a Master server with a "/golden_copies" directory. . I've used this setup to successfully
audit target components versus their counterpart "golden copy" component on the Master server.
Target Live /sbin listing
Master Instance Properties
Target Instance Properties. No leading "golden_copies" dir, therefore default to / .
I think you have some paths screwed up in there somewhere, maybe in the property instance setup. I'm not sure what though.
Thanks. I think the problem is the initial /'s . I think NSH is interpreting those and looking for a hostname
after // .
While I was looking around, I noticed files in /usr/sbin
are linked back to /sbin. Therefore, I added /usr/sbin part to the template with no problem and will
Just to clarify. I put a ticket in and Tim Biron's suggestion helped clear up my
problem with extra slashes .
I had a number of Local Properties defined in my Template. The extra slashes came about
when I would define my Parts with ??Property1??/??Property2??/ . The unfortunate effect
of this is that if the Property* isn't found , the slash stays there and can add to the path of
a file. For example //etc/hosts.
The better way is to leave the slashes out of the Parts definition, and put them in the instance
definition. This way, when the instance is found, the slashes are added, if not found , then you're
not adding extra slashes.
For example. Local Properties: Prop1 = /golden_dir1
Prop2 = /golden_dir2
Au Instance = ??Prop1??Prop2??/etc/hosts
Std Instance = /etc/hosts
Discovery = /golden_dir1/golden_dir2/etc/hosts for Au Instance
/etc/hosts for Std Instance