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On Wed, 2011-04-27 at 08:12 -0500, Greg Swift wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 26, 2011 at 14:29, Jan-Frode Myklebust <janfrode@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > On 2011-04-26, Norvell, Preston <Preston.Norvell@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> >> Reading through it, I have a couple comments:
> >> - I have found no need to modify anything in /etc/certmaster on either the overlords or minions
> >
> > I use the EPEL packages, and they have certmaster=certmaster in
> > /etc/certmaster/minion.conf, and then the minions fails to start.
> If you have certmaster resolvable in the local search domain then
> there is nothing to edit.  if you don't then, yes, you need to set the
> certmaster setting to a valid dns/ip entry
> >> - Depending on where you get your RPM (I get mine currently from
> >> RPMForge), it may want to install/run certmaster by default.  It should
> >> be disabled.
> >
> > Oh.. I hadnÂt noticed. Thanks!
> >
> > IMHO thatÂs a bug in the packaging... skvidal ?
> The init script has to have the appropriate settings in it, such as
> the default start and stop levels that are present.  Otherwise they
> wouldn't be compliant, and if you run a reset or on on the service it
> wouldn't be put in the appropriate run levels.  That being said...
> maybe we should add and then disable certmaster on installation right
> now.  However, there was a discussion the other day about trying to
> make func and certmaster play nicer on the minions.  I'll be posting
> it up as soon as I get some time on the home PC where its stored for
> me to use as a reference.

It's definitely a thought. It would be nice to make it simpler in the
pkging, too.


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