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Wed, 13 Mar 2002 13:13:31 +0100
Quoting from cfengine-Reference.texinfo, line 6640ff.:
When restarting processes, cfengine normally uses a shell to
interpret and execute the restart command. This has inherent
security problems associated with it. If you set this option to
true, cfengine executes restart commands without using a shell.
This is recommended, but it does mean that you cannot use any
shell operators or features in the restart command-line.
This is certainly backwards, isn't it? (useshell=false means not to use
a shell, I hope.)
Later in the same file, line 6661ff.:
matches=<6 # warn number of matches is greater than or equal to 6
matches=1 # warn if not exactly 1 matching process
matches=>2 # warn if there are less than or equal to 2 matching
Does `matches=<6' means `less than or equal', in which case it would
warn starting from 7 processes only?
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