I am unable to verify any site or platform since I updated to BOA-2.0.8. I can verify Barracuda Hostmaster, but that is all.
I have seen a few other issues reported that are similar, but they seem to be focused on custom platforms in /data/disk/USER/static. I am unable to verify any platform, including those installed by Octopus. I am unable to verify sites and platforms that were previously verified when BOA-2.0.5 was running.
Seeing previous references to
/var/xdrago/usage.sh I ran that. Here is the result:
INFO: Removing old permissions-fix-* files...
find: `/data/disk/*/static/*/*/sites/all/permissions-fix-*': No such file or directory
find: `/data/disk/*/static/*/*/*/sites/all/permissions-fix-*': No such file or directory
INFO: Checking BARRACUDA version...
INFO: Version test result: OK
The update to BOA-2.0.8 was performed more than 24 hours ago, but the results are no different after trying again today.
When attempting to verify platforms installed by Octopus I see these fail messages in the log saying:
The drush command '@ provision-verify' could not be found.
Could not find a Drupal settings.php file at ./sites/default/settings.php.
When attempting to verify platforms I installed in static (and after confirming all permissions are correct), I see these messages in the log saying:
Template loaded: /data/disk/USER/.drush/provision/Provision/Config/provision_drushrc.tpl.php
Could not change permissions of /data/disk/USER/static/twitterfeed_2013-04-22/drushrc.php to 644 (chmod to 644 failed on /data/disk/USER/static/PLATFORM_2013-04-22/drushrc.php)
Generated config Platform Drush configuration file
Could not change permissions of /data/disk/USER/static/PLATFORM_2013-04-22/drushrc.php to 444 (chmod to 444 failed on /data/disk/USER/static/PLATFORM_2013-04-22/drushrc.php)
When attempting to verify a site already running before the update, I see this message in the log:
Could not change permissions of /data/disk/USER/static/PLATFORM_2013-01-07/sites/sites.php to 644 (chmod to 644 failed on /data/disk/USER/static/PLATFORM_2013-01-07/sites/sites.php)
Again, just to be clear, all permissions were checked in the custom platform, with everything set to chmod 774 except the sites/files, which is chmod 777.