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My apologies for the delay...
> I looked at the comparison (list in string):
> itype_platform = static.INSTANCE_TYPES.get(itype) = ['i386']
> img_platform = img.architecture = 'i386'
> I added a quick fix:
> 163 if isinstance(itype_platform, list):
> 164 itype_platform = itype_platform
Thanks for reporting, this was indeed a bug that occurred when I added
multiple architectures in the static.INSTANCE_TYPES mapping to
accommodate micro instances being either x86 or x86_64. I believe I've
fixed this in the github code. Would you mind pulling the latest version
and testing it out?
> IndexError: list index out of range
> The second time I ran it, it successfully launched the volume. But then,
> $ starcluster terminate volumecreator
> StarCluster - (http://web.mit.edu/starcluster) (v. 0.9999)
> Software Tools for Academics and Researchers (STAR)
> Please submit bug reports to starcluster_at_mit.edu
> cli.py:156 - ERROR - failed to load cluster receipt: Incorrect padding
> Any idea what is going on?
This should be fixed as well in the github code. Would you mind pulling
and testing this as well?
> In any case, I'm working on a mongodb plugin for starcluster. I will
> send it with a pull request when I debug it. Thanks for the software!
Awesome that would be great to have. Would you mind forking the
StarClusterPlugins project on github.com, adding your code, and sending
a pull request? We're trying to create a repository of plugins there
that users can contribute to separately from the core code base. You can
find the StarClusterPlugins project here:
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Received on Thu Mar 10 2011 - 14:40:13 EST