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Set a nonzero retcode when minions fail to return #49217

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commented Aug 20, 2018

This PR has been opened against fluorine since that is where the rest of the recent exit codes work has been done.

Fixes #47235.

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@terminalmage terminalmage force-pushed the terminalmage:issue47235 branch from c5ab8d5 to 3c1632d Aug 20, 2018


isbm approved these changes Aug 21, 2018

@gtmanfred gtmanfred merged commit d2f6647 into saltstack:fluorine Aug 21, 2018

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terminalmage added a commit to terminalmage/salt that referenced this pull request Aug 21, 2018

Make sure salt.defaults.exitcodes is imported in saltcli tests
saltstack#49217 added references to this
value in the module, but the module isn't imported. It happened to
already be imported elsewhere, but that was just a stroke of luck. This
makes the import explicit to avoid changes elsewhere in the codebase
causing these tests to suddenly start failing.
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