I have the latest version of Curator installed in my Linux server using the YUM repo installation process. I have trying to re-create a snapshot action which I had used in my local windows system, it had worked fine in my windows system but when I try to execute the same action file via server. I keep receiving 'invalid snapshot name exception' and the snapshot does not get created. I'm quite confused as to this difference in behavior from the local system and in my server.
This is the action file:
- filtertype: none
The same action file when executed via windows works perfectly with the date math expression getting transformed to the equivalent snapshot name. However, when I execute this via the linux server, in the logs it gets transformed into the proper percent encoding when executing the call but returns the invalid snapshot exception with a list of characters that should not be used in the name field ( <, > , /, etc.) and does not complete the action.