I am the author of the Compuware GPN add-on. Not sure what SPUDS is, but I think mean suds. You don't need to worry about suds as it is already included in the bin directory as an egg (suds-0.4-py2.6.egg). If you would like to update the version of SUDS simply create new suds egg and replace the old version. The details page in app.splunk.com is just the readme in the git repo. https://github.com/Nordstrom/compuware_apm_gpn
The egg is injected during runtime into the python run path using the the following code:
try: from suds.client import Client from suds import WebFault except Exception: egg_dir = SPLUNK_HOME + "/etc/apps/compuware_apm_gpn/bin/" for filename in os.listdir(egg_dir): if filename.endswith(".egg"): sys.path.append(egg_dir + filename) from suds.client import Client from suds import WebFault
This probably more info that you need but I hope this helps. Cheers.
Hi @dwillsey - You should be seeing a banner up top that says your post is being moderated. But I will report this since we've been dealing with a bug related to this. Thanks for your feedback! 🙂
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But I am unclear by what you mean, since you just posted a comment. Can you clarify?
Or are you referring to the comment ("Do I need to do something to set up the environment...") you tried to post above numerous times? Being a moderator, I was able to see that you tried to post that same comment numerous times within an hour because you may have thought it did not go through. If that was the case, were you not able to see a message/banner saying that your comment is awaiting approval from a moderator?
Or did you see that your comment went through, but upon refresh of the page, your comment disappeared; thus causing you to try to repost your comment numerous times?
You are correct, suds.
[netuitive@lrptncb00009d02 bin]$ python2 Python 2.7.8 (default, Aug 4 2016, 09:29:33) [GCC 4.4.7 20120313 (Red Hat 4.4.7-9)] on linux2 Type "help", "copyright", "credits" or "license" for more information. >>> from suds.client import Client Traceback (most recent call last): File "", line 1, in ImportError: No module named suds.client >>> from suds import WebFault Traceback (most recent call last): File "", line 1, in ImportError: No module named suds >>>
Do I need to do something to set up the environment?
[netuitive@lrptncb00009d02 bin]$ /appdata/splunk/splunk/bin/splunk cmd python /appdata/splunk/compuware_apm_gpn/bin /appdata/splunk/splunk/bin/python: can't find '__main__' module in '/appdata/splunk/compuware_apm_gpn/bin' [netuitive@lrptncb00009d02 bin]$ /appdata/splunk/splunk/bin/splunk cmd python /appdata/splunk/compuware_apm_gpn/bin/compuware-gpn.py Traceback (most recent call last): File "/appdata/splunk/compuware_apm_gpn/bin/compuware-gpn.py", line 13, in from gpn import export File "/appdata/splunk/compuware_apm_gpn/bin/gpn.py", line 26, in for filename in os.listdir(egg_dir): OSError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory: '/appdata/splunk/splunk/etc/apps/compuware_apm_gpn/bin/' [netuitive@lrptncb00009d02 bin]$
Hi @dwillsey - Just so you know, your comments likely got caught in our site's spam filter (likely due to a combination of punctuation and repeated words in your comment). You should have gotten a message about it needing approval from a moderator prior to being posted.
If you did (A) not receive such a message or (B) saw that your comment went through successfully but upon refresh, the comment disappeared; please let me know as we are tracking a bug related to this issue.
Also, I've wrapped your log message in a sample code, just to make it easier to read. Thanks.