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Re: tidy - hitting too many directories


From: linolil
Subject: Re: tidy - hitting too many directories
Date: 24 Feb 2005 13:58:59 -0800
User-agent: G2/0.2

Again, thank you for responding.

This, again, is pretty much default. I added one ignore for
/usr/local to the scan options.  I don't see an invocation of
"tidy" here, unless it is assumed to be part of the "files"
function.  (I'm going to scan the documents to see if there
is a connection there.)

cfagent.conf
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#
# Simple cfengine configuration file
#

control:

   actionsequence = ( checktimezone files )

   domain         = ( example.com )
   timezone       = ( PST )

   smtpserver     = ( ntp.example.com )      # used by cfexecd
   sysadm         = ( address@hidden )    # where to mail output


######################################################################

files:

   # Check some important files

   /etc/passwd mode=644 owner=root action=fixall
   /etc/shadow mode=600 owner=root action=fixall

   # Do a tripwire check on binaries!

   /usr                 # Scan /usr dir

     owner=root,daemon  # all files must be owned by root or daemon
     checksum=md5       # use md5 or sha
     recurse=inf        # all subdirs
     ignore=tmp         # skip /usr/tmp
     ignore=local       # skip /usr/local
     action=fixall



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