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Re: How to not pass --inform to cfrunCommand


From: Eric Dorland
Subject: Re: How to not pass --inform to cfrunCommand
Date: Mon, 16 May 2005 12:21:37 -0400

On Fri, 2005-05-13 at 12:11 -0400, Dmitry Sazonov wrote:
> Eric Dorland wrote:
> > Hello,
> > 
> > I have a cfrunCommand to look like this: 
> > 
> > cfrunCommand = ( "/usr/sbin/cfexecd -1" )
> > 
> > I prefer using cfexecd so I get the output emailed to me. Unfortunately
> > (as of 2.1.14 I think), cfexecd does not accept the --inform option. Is
> > there anyway to not pass that switch? Any other clever workarounds
> > anyone can think of?
> > 

I understand what Inform does. I don't have it turned on. However, from
the manual (page 141):

The '-q' and '-I' options are always assumed when executing cfengine
remotely

So the -q -I are always appended to the cfrunCommand. This is
undesirable in my case, since I want to use cfexecd -1 as my
cfrunCommand (so the output is emailed to me), but it doesn't understand
-I. Is there anyway to disable that or any workarounds people are
using?  

> I turn on Inform in the control section.
> 
> 
> Inform
> 
>  
>             Inform = ( on/off )
>      
>      
>  
> 
> This variable switches on the output level whereby cfengine reports changes 
> it makes during a run. Normally only urgent messages or clear errors are 
> printed. Setting Inform to on makes cfengine report on all actions not 
> explicitly cancelled with a `silent' option. To set this output level one 
> writes: 
> 
>            classes::
>      
>         Inform = ( on )
> 
> 
> cfagent.conf
> 
> control:
> 
>     any::
> 
>       Inform = ( on )
> 
> 

-- 
Eric Dorland
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