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disable: actually deletes files???

From: Harry Hoffman
Subject: disable: actually deletes files???
Date: Fri, 01 Oct 2004 11:29:45 -0400
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Hi All,

In both cfengine-2.1.6 (from Dag Weeirs) and cfengine-2.1.10 (I compiled for Solaris) it seems that using disable: deletes files instead of renaming them.

An example:


Create the file /etc/hosts.equiv then run: cfagent -v -q -d3 | tee -a CF-RUN

cfagent claims to rename the file to hosts.equiv.cfdisabled but doing an ls shows that there is no longer a hosts.equiv file or a hosts.equiv.cfdisabled.

Can anyone else confirm/deny this behavior?

Is this a bug? Or am I doing something wrong?


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