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Re: Re: Re: conserver extras

Fabien Wernli wernli@in2p3.fr
Mon, 17 Nov 2008 15:48:49 GMT

On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 04:23:36PM +0100, Andras.Horvath@cern.ch wrote:
> This works just as well and it minimizes the times stuff needs to be
> regenerated and restarted. (Again, we have 9000+ clients and 200+
> headnodes, and yes, the configuration changes often as machines are
> reallocated, renamed, moved, installed or retired etc.)

Well, conserver just gets a signal and (re)starts consoles which need to be

> No, this stuff is in contrib/, a redhat-specific init script as well as
> a (redhat- or RPM-specific :) spec file. (My "patch" does not touch

I'm relieved :)

> one to look after the package in each distribution we may want to
> include these extras WITH the source code, so that people can create
> their binary packages more easily.

I agree

> Er.. meaning? Do user/pass need to be hardcoded in the script?

they need to be _somewhere_
anyuser can't read them and they don't appear in the process list