Beaker

Upgrading to Beaker 0.11

These notes describe the steps needed to upgrade your Beaker installation from version 0.10 to version 0.11.

Database changes

Add new columns to recipe resource table

Run the following SQL:

ALTER TABLE recipe_resource
    ADD COLUMN rebooted datetime DEFAULT NULL AFTER fqdn,
    ADD COLUMN install_started datetime DEFAULT NULL AFTER rebooted,
    ADD COLUMN install_finished datetime DEFAULT NULL AFTER install_started,
    ADD COLUMN postinstall_finished datetime DEFAULT NULL AFTER install_finished;

To roll back:

ALTER TABLE recipe_resource
    DROP COLUMN rebooted,
    DROP COLUMN install_started,
    DROP COLUMN install_finished,
    DROP COLUMN postinstall_finished;

Ensure recipe.recipe_set_id and recipe_set.job_id are not NULLable (bug #881563)

If your Beaker database was created prior to version 0.6.14, these two columns might erroneously permit NULL values. Run the following SQL to correct them:

ALTER TABLE recipe
    MODIFY recipe_set_id INT NOT NULL;
ALTER TABLE recipe_set
    MODIFY job_id INT NOT NULL;

Clean up orphaned rendered_kickstart rows (bug #872001)

Run the following SQL, to update the foreign key for recipe.rendered_kickstart_id:

ALTER TABLE recipe
    DROP FOREIGN KEY recipe_ibfk_4; -- rendered_kickstart_id fk
ALTER TABLE recipe
    ADD CONSTRAINT recipe_rendered_kickstart_id_fk
    FOREIGN KEY (rendered_kickstart_id)
    REFERENCES rendered_kickstart (id)
    ON DELETE SET NULL;

Then run the following SQL to delete rows from rendered_kickstart which are associated with deleted recipes:

DELETE FROM rendered_kickstart
USING rendered_kickstart
    INNER JOIN recipe ON recipe.rendered_kickstart_id = rendered_kickstart.id
    INNER JOIN recipe_set ON recipe_set.id = recipe.recipe_set_id
    INNER JOIN job ON job.id = recipe_set.job_id
WHERE job.deleted IS NOT NULL;

To roll back the foreign key change, run the following SQL. There is no rollback for the row deletions.

ALTER TABLE recipe
    DROP FOREIGN KEY recipe_rendered_kickstart_id_fk;
ALTER TABLE recipe
    ADD CONSTRAINT recipe_rendered_kickstart_id_fk
    FOREIGN KEY (rendered_kickstart_id)
    REFERENCES rendered_kickstart (id);

Configuration changes

Ensure beaker-proxy can synchronously clear netboot files (bug #843854)

Beaker 0.11 installs a configuration file into /etc/sudoers.d so that beaker-proxy (running as apache) can clear the TFTP netboot files for specific servers (owned by root). To ensure that Beaker lab controllers read this directory, the following command must be enabled in /etc/sudoers (it is enabled by default in RHEL 6):

#includedir /etc/sudoers.d

Note: despite the leading hash character, this really is a command, not a comment.

Remove identity.provider setting from server.cfg (bug #880424)

Remove the identity.provider setting from /etc/beaker/server.cfg if present. The correct value for this setting is supplied by the application configuration shipped with Beaker.