[Pki-devel] patches to fix pkispawn issues

Matthew Harmsen mharmsen at redhat.com
Wed Apr 29 19:10:49 UTC 2015


On 04/29/15 11:58, Ade Lee wrote:
> Please review attached patches:
>
> commit d33caa4c1302ecc1d2fc3c42d85544a2653dd09a
> Author: Ade Lee <alee at redhat.com>
> Date:   Wed Apr 29 12:46:19 2015 -0400
>
>      Fix interactive install to not reprompt for ports
>      
>      Ports are already set when deploying into an existing instance.
>      Having a user re-enter these is repetitious and error prone.
>
> commit f0a5c5c79e9918c362f73103891e11f2f7dc6bbb
> Author: Ade Lee <alee at redhat.com>
> Date:   Wed Apr 29 11:11:41 2015 -0400
>
>      Trac Ticket 1196 - serverCertNick.conf is replaced incorrectly
>      
>      When second subsystem is installed, serverCertNick.conf and other
> top level
>      tomcat config files should not be replaced.
>
> commit b0317d50fd302086dd324f69d11647f655ddd9bd
> Author: Ade Lee <alee at redhat.com>
> Date:   Wed Apr 29 10:57:09 2015 -0400
>
>      Code cleanup - simplify pkispawn code
>      
>      All subsystems are now tomcat instances.  Conditionals based on
>      whether the subsystem is a tomcat instance or not are no longer
> required.
>
>
>
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NACK

Unfortunately, as discussed on IRC, if non-interactive mode was utilized 
to originally setup your instance, and then further instances utilized 
interactive mode within that instance, reading directories under 
/etc/sysconfig/pki/tomcat/pki-tomcat may find a 'deployment.cfg' that 
only contains the file that was utilized to non-interactively install 
the original instance.  This would return data to make existing_data 
true, but unfortunately would not contain the fields required.
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