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Tidy problem


From: Tittel, Stephen
Subject: Tidy problem
Date: Tue, 3 Jul 2001 09:56:13 +0200

Hi,

I'm a newbie about cfengine. I'm using cfengine version 1.6.3 in an Linux network environment.

I've setup the following cfengine.conf file:

#!/usr/local/sbin/cfengine -f

#############################################################
#
# Filename      : /usr/local/sbin/cfengine.conf
# Date  : 27-06-2001
# Author        : S.A. Tittel
#############################################################

#Section = control

control:
        hostname = ( linuxsrv2 )
        domain = ( samsom.nl )
        netmask = ( 255.255.192.0 )

        access = ( tittels root )
        LogDirectory = ( /var/log )
        sysadm = ( address@hidden )
        EditfileSize = ( 0 )

        actionsequence = ( tidy editfiles )

tidy:
        linux::
                /tmp    pattern=*       age=7   recurse=inf
                /       pattern=core    age=0   recurse=inf
                home    pattern=*~      age=7   recurse=inf
                home    pattern=core    age=0   recurse=inf

editfiles:
        linux::
                { /etc/services
                        AppendIfNoSuchLine "stephen             5308/tcp"
                }

I expect that this configuration file will search for all the core files on my file system starting from the root and descending to all subdirectories. But it won't!

I touched a core file in /usr/local/sbin but it won't be removed. Also I touched a core file in one of the home directories.

After running cfengine -v everything is staying untouched.

What could be the problem?

Stephen Tittel


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