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Re: Bootstrapping cfengine.


From: Bas van der Vlies
Subject: Re: Bootstrapping cfengine.
Date: Wed, 12 Dec 2001 11:50:59 +0100 (MET)

He is right cfrun talks to cfd and cfd start cfengine:
        cfrun --> cfd --> cfengine

In cfengine 2.X it is
  cfrun --> cfservd --> cfagent

cfd/cfservd is also used for the distribution of files. Look in
the cfd.conf/cfservd.conf for the keyword 'cfrunCommand'.

On 12-Dec-2001 Eric Methorst wrote:
> Are you quite sure?
> As far as I understood the documentation, cfrun's sole purpose was to
> trigger cfagents running on other systems to rerun again. 
> Nothing more, nothing less.
> Simply to be used if you wish to enforce some change you made on the main
> configuration file.
> 
> Eric
> 
> On Tue, 11 Dec 2001, Will Lowe wrote:
> 
>> > So what you're saying is that cfrun on the distribution server talks to
>> > cfd on the client?
>> 
>> Yes -- that's my understanding, at least.  I don't have it set up that
>> way myself.
>> 
>> -- 
>>                                      thanks,
>>              
>>                                      Will
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