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Re: standalone cfagent script execution

From: Christopher Browne
Subject: Re: standalone cfagent script execution
Date: Wed, 25 Jan 2006 16:36:26 GMT
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Peter Daum <address@hidden> writes:

> Is there any way to use cfagent (or is there any stripped down
> version of cfagent) to simply execute a script?
> There has been a similar question on this list in the past (see "Does
> a standalone editfiles command tool exist?") but no answer
> so far.
> Some parts of cfengine would be pretty for me (I assume, for others, too),
> but I have no use for the whole infrastructure that is normally expected
> (server, scheduler ...).
> I did some experiments with "cfagent -c <some script>" - it works more
> or less, but whines about the missing host key and creates a directory
> tree below "var/cfengine" (which for my purposes would be pretty annoying).
> Any ideas? Does anybody know of any other tool with a similar high-level
> command set that is more modest in the environment it requires?


When I log into one of my boxes, one of the tasks that normally runs
is to ask, to run, the script


Which is a cfengine script, chmod o+x, that starts with the common
shell-ly prelude...

#!/usr/sbin/cfagent -f
# $Id$
# cfengine script to clean up my "home" stuff...
output = ("cbbrowne" "@" "")
Christopher Browne
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