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CloudPortal-1.4.5-CCP306-compatibility install instructions incomplete?

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CloudPortal-1.4.5-CCP306-compatibility install instructions incomplete?

Trying to install the CloudPortal-1.4.5-CCP306-compatibility, tried following the instructions but is there a step missing?

After extracting the tar file nothing is done with its contents - I assume they need to be cp'd?

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# Steps to apply compatibility pack in CPBM #
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1. Download the compatibility pack: CloudPortal-1.4.5-CCP306-compatibility.tar.gz

2. Copy the downloaded file to CPBM server's /tmp directory.

3. cd /usr/share/cloud/portal/ directory

4. Stop the cloud-portal service
service cloud-portal stop

5. untar the patch using:
tar -zxvf /tmp/CloudPortal-1.4.5-CCP306-compatibility.tar.gz

6. Clear the directory /var/cache/cloud/portal/work
rm -rf /usr/share/cloud/portal/work/*

7. Start the cloud-portal service
service cloud-portal start
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CloudPortal-1.4.5-CCP306-compatibility install instructions incomplete?

If you follow step 3 - "cd /usr/share/cloud/portal/ directory" then when you exact the files using tar, the files will go into the correct location.


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Hi David,
Followed the instructions exactly, but it appears the tar file may contain incorrect file permissions/ownership. This is what I get after untar'ing CloudPortal-1.4.5-CCP306-compatibility.tar.gz - is this as intended?

drwxrwxrwx. 3 500 cloud 4096 Feb 16 12:41 patches
drwxrwxrwx. 4 500 cloud 4096 Feb 16 12:41 webapps

patches:
drwxrwxrwx. 2 500 cloud 4096 Apr 3 20:37 __patch_99_2013_02_16_Lomami-E-RC-Byron_0322121f

webapps:
drwxrwxrwx. 3 500 cloud 4096 Apr 3 20:37 admin
drwxrwxrwx. 5 500 cloud 4096 Apr 3 20:37 portal

webapps/portal/js:
-rwxrwxrwx. 1 500 cloud 98199 Feb 16 12:35 app.js
-rwxrwxrwx. 1 500 cloud 48207 Feb 16 12:35 networklist.js

webapps/portal/resources:
-rwxrwxrwx. 1 500 cloud 59780 Feb 18 13:52 app.js

webapps/portal/WEB-INF:
drwxrwxrwx. 2 500 cloud 4096 Apr 3 20:37 classes
drwxrwxrwx. 3 500 cloud 4096 Apr 3 20:37 jsp
drwxrwxrwx. 2 500 cloud 4096 Feb 16 12:41 lib

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As long as the files can be read by "cloud" user, you shouldn't run into any issues.

However, agree that it's not necessary for the files to be read/write/executable for all. Perhaps someone from engineering can comment if this is by design.

-David


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