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From bostko <>
Subject [GitHub] brooklyn-server pull request #150: Ability to perform installation on a Wind...
Date Wed, 08 Jun 2016 12:40:22 GMT
Github user bostko commented on a diff in the pull request:
    --- Diff: software/base/src/main/java/org/apache/brooklyn/entity/software/base/
    @@ -49,15 +50,29 @@ public void start() {
         public void install() {
    +        // TODO: At some point in the future, this should probably be refactored to get
the name of the machine in WinRmMachineLocation and set it as the hostname sensor
    +        String hostname = null;
    +        if (entity.getConfig(VanillaWindowsProcess.INSTALL_REBOOT_REQUIRED)) {
    +            WinRmExecuteHelper checkHostnameTask = newScript("Checking hostname")
    +                    .setCommand("hostname")
    +                    .failOnNonZeroResultCode()
    +                    .gatherOutput();
    +            if (checkHostnameTask.execute() != 0) {
    +                LOG.warn("Cannot determine hostname for entity {} machine {}", getEntity(),
    +            }
    +            hostname = Strings.trimEnd(checkHostnameTask.getResultStdout());
    --- End diff --
    @aledsage I find it as the most reasonable way to get the actual hostname.
    The `LOG.warn` statement which was there is not valid.
    `.failOnNonZeroResultCode()` predicate will be used from the WinRmExecuteHelper to throw
an exception if it is not valid.
    I expect that this command should always succeed when winrm-ing to a working windows machine.

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