sensu-client fails to start due to set gid permission denied


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I would create a databag for the user and group and hard code the guid and uid. Then use chef to create the user and group.

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On Feb 8, 2015 3:25 AM, “Anthony Kong” anthony.hw.kong@gmail.com wrote:

(I have cross-posted the same question in chef mailing list)

I am using a chef cookcook to set up sensu client.

Here is the relevant part of my vagrant file:

config.vm.provision “chef_zero” do |chef|

chef.data_bags_path = "data_bags"
chef.add_recipe 'sensu::default'
chef.add_recipe 'sensu::client_service'

During vagrant up, I am getting a lot of error like this:

==> default: ================================================================================

==> default: Error executing action restart on resource ‘service[sensu-client]’

==> default: ================================================================================

==> default:

==> default:

==> default: Mixlib::ShellOut::ShellCommandFailed

==> default: ------------------------------------

==> default: Expected process to exit with [0], but received ‘1’

==> default: ---- Begin output of /etc/init.d/sensu-client restart ----

==> default: STDOUT: * Stopping sensu-client

==> default: …fail!

==> default: * Starting sensu-client

==> default: …fail!

==> default: STDERR:

==> default: ---- End output of /etc/init.d/sensu-client restart ----

==> default: Ran /etc/init.d/sensu-client restart returned 1

If I run the command manually, it shows the root cause of the problem

vagrant@vagrant-ubuntu-trusty-64:~$ /etc/init.d/sensu-client start

  • Starting sensu-client start-stop-daemon: unable to set gid to 999 (Operation not permitted)
                                                                                                  [fail]

999 is the group number of ‘sensu’ group

How can I fix this issue? Hopefully via chef cookbook.

Thanks, Tony