Missing partition table

I created a dynamic partition table, and am still able to use it for
provisioning, however if I go to edit it now, it says:

The page you were looking for doesn't exist.

You may have mistyped the address or the page may have moved.

I did change the name of the partition table after originally creating it.
Could this be a bug? Or is there a way I can get it back to editable in
foreman? Can I edit it from CLI at OS level?

foreman.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

foreman-cli.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

foreman-debug.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

foreman-installer.noarch 1:1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

foreman-postgresql.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

foreman-proxy.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

foreman-selinux.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

what is the name of your ptable? does it include a "." ? you can probably
edit it via hammer using its ID.

Ohad

··· On Wed, May 20, 2015 at 4:47 PM, Brian Williams wrote:

I created a dynamic partition table, and am still able to use it for
provisioning, however if I go to edit it now, it says:

The page you were looking for doesn’t exist.

You may have mistyped the address or the page may have moved.

I did change the name of the partition table after originally creating it.
Could this be a bug? Or is there a way I can get it back to editable in
foreman? Can I edit it from CLI at OS level?

foreman.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

foreman-cli.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

foreman-debug.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

foreman-installer.noarch 1:1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

foreman-postgresql.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

foreman-proxy.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

foreman-selinux.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman

It does – how would I edit via hammer?

currently named: NTP-Two Disks (300gb+1.2tb)
<https://ntpforeman.cboe.com/ptables/NTP-Two%20Disks%20(300gb+1.2tb)/edit>

Thanks

··· On Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 8:49:43 AM UTC-5, ohad wrote: > > > On Wed, May 20, 2015 at 4:47 PM, Brian Williams > wrote: > >> I created a dynamic partition table, and am still able to use it for >> provisioning, however if I go to edit it now, it says: >> >> The page you were looking for doesn't exist. >> >> You may have mistyped the address or the page may have moved. >> >> I did change the name of the partition table after originally creating >> it. Could this be a bug? Or is there a way I can get it back to editable in >> foreman? Can I edit it from CLI at OS level? >> >> foreman.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman >> >> foreman-cli.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman >> >> foreman-debug.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman >> >> foreman-installer.noarch 1:1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman >> >> foreman-postgresql.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman >> >> foreman-proxy.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman >> >> foreman-selinux.noarch 1.8.0-1.el6 @foreman >> >> > what is the name of your ptable? does it include a "." ? you can probably > edit it via hammer using its ID. > > Ohad >

> It does – how would I edit via hammer?
>
> currently named: NTP-Two Disks (300gb+1.2tb)
> <https://ntpforeman.cboe.com/ptables/NTP-Two%20Disks%20(300gb+1.2tb)/edit>
>
> Thanks

To get it's id:
hammer partition-table list

Then you can review the current layout by:
hammer partition-table dump --id $ID

And change details using the edit command:
hammer partition-table edit --id $ID --new-name $SOME_NAME --file
$PATH_TO_NEW_LAYOUT_FILE

Regards
Tomas

··· On 05/20/2015 03:58 PM, Brian Williams wrote:

On Wednesday, May 20, 2015 at 8:49:43 AM UTC-5, ohad wrote:

On Wed, May 20, 2015 at 4:47 PM, Brian Williams <brian...@gmail.com >     <javascript:>> wrote:

    I created a dynamic partition table, and am still able to use it
    for provisioning, however if I go to edit it now, it says:


      The page you were looking for doesn't exist.

    You may have mistyped the address or the page may have moved.

    I did change the name of the partition table after originally
    creating it. Could this be a bug? Or is there a way I can get it
    back to editable in foreman? Can I edit it from CLI at OS level?

    foreman.noarch                        1.8.0-1.el6
      @foreman

    foreman-cli.noarch                    1.8.0-1.el6
      @foreman

    foreman-debug.noarch                  1.8.0-1.el6
      @foreman

    foreman-installer.noarch              1:1.8.0-1.el6
      @foreman

    foreman-postgresql.noarch             1.8.0-1.el6
      @foreman

    foreman-proxy.noarch                  1.8.0-1.el6
      @foreman

    foreman-selinux.noarch                1.8.0-1.el6
      @foreman



what is the name of your ptable? does it include a "." ? you can
probably edit it via hammer using its ID.

Ohad


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