Re: adding commands to installer image
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Larry Brigman wrote:
On Wed, Aug 5, 2009 at 7:40 AM, Jeroen van Meeuwen<kanarip@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:On Wed, 5 Aug 2009 07:34:42 -0700, Larry Brigman <larry.brigman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:Because the timestamp file in the future prevents new configurations from being recognized as up to date. If I had a way to force the time during the %pre script to UTC, this would not be an issue.You mean your configuration management utility (if any) compares by timestamp rather then, say, md5sum? You're not using Puppet/CFEngine/BCFG?Not using Puppet/CFEngine/BCFG. The timestamp file is created during the post install of the rpm. This is used as a safety check to insure that the configuration tool is run after install to have an up to date configuration with the existing config management utility - sanity check of the config file.
I have regularly seen files timestamped "in the future" after installation, and I don't do anything extraordinary. I always run my computers' clocks on local time.
I have always assumed, "Stupid Americans, they always think the rest of the world does things their way."
Having files timestamped in the future has never caused me any problem. What configuration management tools are you using, Larry? -- Cheers John -- spambait 1aaaaaaa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Z1aaaaaaa@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx -- Advice http://webfoot.com/advice/email.top.php http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555375 You cannot reply off-list:-) _______________________________________________ Kickstart-list mailing list Kickstart-list@xxxxxxxxxx https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/kickstart-list
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