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Since i updated the client to 11.6 my environments directory has moved out of my chef repo and now leads a solitary life in /var/chef/environments. Hide Permalink John Keiser added a comment - 18/Jul/13 10:59 PM I worked with rracterr on IRC for a while and we confirmed that 11.6 fixes this issue. Sign in to comment Contact GitHub API Training Shop Blog About © 2016 GitHub, Inc. Log In Knife diff is failing with a lexical error chef Stephen_Corbesero 2013-07-12 13:51:21 UTC #1 I just started trying to use knife diff, and it will (very) often fail with http://jvmwriter.org/lexical-error/lexical-error-invalid-char-in-json-text.html

jwilsjustin commented Aug 26, 2014 One more thing: We can't upgrade the core gem to 0.3.0 since paypal-sdk-adaptivepayments can't seem to use it. It turned out that I had a backslash in a data bag, which choked the JSON parser. What examples are there of funny connected waypoint names or airways that tell a story? Already have an account? her latest blog

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Does this happen with all cookbooks or just your cron cookbook? Hide Permalink Daniel DeLeo added a comment - 18/Jul/13 3:36 PM Looks to me like knife download is trying to parse non-JSON as JSON. Then (before the timeout expires) in another window: knife download cookbooks/apt Back in bookshelf console: [{"application/json",download}] [{"application/json",download}] [{"application/json",download}] [{"application/json",download}] A better behavior for bookshelf would be to allow Accept: / or

erl -setcookie bookshelf -name [email protected] -remsh [email protected] MsgFun = fun({call, _, _, _}) -> ok; ({retn,{_, {Ans, _, _}}, _, _}) -> io:format("~P~n", [Ans,10]), ok end. Does this happen with all cookbooks or just your cron cookbook? Hide Permalink Daniel DeLeo added a comment - 18/Jul/13 3:43 PM Also, if the error persists after upgrading, can you re-run with the -VV option? Error In Parse_string(txt, Bigint_as_char) : Lexical Error: Invalid Char In Json Text. current community chat Stack Overflow Meta Stack Overflow your communities Sign up or log in to customize your list.

No that does seem to work, but if i do i get a local directory called cron-1.2.4, and upon doing a cookbook upload cron-1.2.4 i get cron-1.2.4 in version 1.2.4. Lexical Error: Invalid Char In Json Text Chef I have got to say that i am quite impressed with the responsiveness that i got in this issue. It does not seem desirable to me. https://github.com/paypal/adaptivepayments-sdk-ruby/issues/14 print out json string It seems the error is thrown from this line.

How that data bag ever got created with that character in the first place, I have no idea... Jsonlite Lexical Error Thanks guys. Owner jeroenooms commented Aug 1, 2015 I think I know the problem. When it's not, I get the other.

Lexical Error: Invalid Char In Json Text Chef

Yes, Tor is installed, but it does this even when Tor/Vidalia are not running.Any clue as to what this might be? https://discourse.chef.io/t/knife-diff-is-failing-with-a-lexical-error/4187 Hide Permalink John Keiser added a comment - 19/Jul/13 4:23 PM This should get you the latest 11.6 RC (it's not fully released yet): curl -L "https://www.opscode.com/chef/install.sh" | sudo bash -s Error: Lexical Error: Invalid Char In Json Text. R blog | ±github Offline #5 2011-06-05 21:19:17 dedanna1029 Member From: Cheyenne, WY, US Registered: 2010-10-01 Posts: 98 Re: lexical error: invalid char in json text. Lexical Error Invalid Char In Json Text Jsonlite Is this intentional?

Does it still happen after you "gem install knife-essentials"? check my blog He posted his error here: http://pastebin.com/LJaDbP1W The pertinent part: DEBUG: Sending HTTP Request via GET to chef-app01.test.real.com:443/bookshelf/organization-00000000000000000000000000000000/checksum-fbd4c7ce42b1b5357a3754f94fb10a45 DEBUG: ---- HTTP Status and Header Data: ---- DEBUG: HTTP 1.1 200 OK DEBUG: I do not know if i have missed something, but that result does not seem desirable. There was an issue opened: http://tickets.opscode.com/browse/CHEF-4032 Sorry I don't have a fix, but you're not the first one to see that particular exception. Error: Lexical Error: Invalid Char In Json Text. H2o

more hot questions question feed lang-rb about us tour help blog chat data legal privacy policy work here advertising info mobile contact us feedback Technology Life / Arts Culture / Recreation Show Daniel DeLeo added a comment - 18/Jul/13 3:43 PM Also, if the error persists after upgrading, can you re-run with the -VV option? Already have an account? this content Offline #3 2011-06-05 18:53:41 dedanna1029 Member From: Cheyenne, WY, US Registered: 2010-10-01 Posts: 98 Re: lexical error: invalid char in json text.

Have a look at examples from the stream_in and stream_out manual pages till then. Caused By Lexical Error Invalid Char In Json Text You signed out in another tab or window. The alternatives to use are all in yaourt (such as clyde, etc.), and I can't use yaourt to get them.

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Created cron/ Created cron/recipes/ ERROR: Yajl::ParseError: lexical error: invalid char in json text. 3b1 # # Cookbook Name:: cron # (right here) ------^ With chef-server 11.0.6 i used to get the Thanks guys. Last edited by falconindy (2011-07-02 22:22:45) blog | ±github Offline #9 2011-07-03 02:13:28 dedanna1029 Member From: Cheyenne, WY, US Registered: 2010-10-01 Posts: 98 Re: lexical error: invalid char in json text. Fromjson Error: Lexical Error: Invalid Char In Json Text. How that data bag ever got created with that character in the first place, I have no idea...

Offline #10 2011-07-03 17:17:30 falconindy Developer From: New York, USA Registered: 2009-10-22 Posts: 4,097 Website Re: lexical error: invalid char in json text. However, this more correct server behavior may break some clients. Nathan L Smith " target="_blank"> (319) 339-0466 From: Stephen Corbesero < " target="_blank"> > Reply-To: have a peek at these guys The server actually sent a valid XML message. 2014-08-26T07:57:06.491-07:00 SUCCESS d5933cb1cd489 12382931 AP-79H50116TD779472B CREATED I have

jwilsjustin commented Aug 26, 2014 @juwlee Thanks for the response. briatte closed this Aug 1, 2015 briatte referenced this issue in briatte/riksdag Aug 1, 2015 Open Update to jsonlite 0.9.17 when it becomes available on CRAN #1 Sign up for Ooh... Just a little bonus question.

What I did to find the problematic file is to delete my local repository and use *knife download .* This causes knife to download each file, one-by-one. Also, upgrading Ruby might help resolve the issue. (My Ruby is 2.1.2) juwlee closed this Sep 2, 2014 Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. colszowka closed this Oct 14, 2013 siva3395 commented Oct 15, 2013 @colszowka , Yeah.. erl -setcookie bookshelf -name [email protected] -remsh [email protected] MsgFun = fun({call, _, _, _}) -> ok; ({retn,{_, {Ans, _, _}}, _, _}) -> io:format("~P~n", [Ans,10]), ok end.

With yajl we get this for free :-) Integer parsing Another cool feature is that yajl parses numbers into integers when possible: class(fromJSON('[13,14,15]')) # Since i have not figured out where to get the 11.6 client, i tried doing the knife download cron -VV with 11.4.4: sullust:cookbooks jens$ knife download cron -VV DEBUG: No chefignore I tried it; and got the warning against building packages as root. Please see this blog post for more information, or go to the chef repository on Github to file an issue. *IMPORTANT UPDATE* Chef CHEF-4386 bookshelf returns application/json for cookbook files Log

briatte commented Aug 1, 2015 Yep, that's what I've ended up doing. The new parser is based on yajl which is smaller and faster than libjson, and much easier to compile. You signed in with another tab or window. The problem might go away, since there have been many fixes to this sort of thing (which are coming to a Chef 11.6 near you). --John ________________________________ From: Stephen Corbesero

What I did to find the problematic file is to delete my local repository and use knife download . This error, even after json updates (and IIRC yajl's been updated too since this started), etc., is still preventing me from being able to use yaourt. Just a little bonus question. This is merely an example.