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Re: [Pki-devel] [PATCH] patch to pki-core for nuxwdog systemd support



Acked by Endi and pushed to master.

On Wed, 2015-05-06 at 16:25 -0400, Ade Lee wrote:
>    Patches to get nuxwdog working with systemd
>     
>     This patch adds some new unit files and targets for starting instances
>     with nuxwdog, as well as logic within the pki-server nuxwdog module to
>     switch to/from the old and new systemd unit files.
>     
>     It also corrects some issues found in additional testing of the nuxwdog
>     change scripts.
>     
>     To use nuxwdog to start the instance, a user needs to do the following:
>     
>     1. Create an instance normally.
>     2. Run: pki-server instance-nuxwdog-enable <instance_name>
>     3. Start the instance using:
>        systemctl start pki-tomcatd-nuxwdog@<instance_name>.service
>     
>     To revert the instance, simply do the following:
>     
>     1. Run: pki-server instance-nuxwdog-disable <instance_name>
>     2. Start the instance using:
>        systemctl start pki-tomcatd@<instance_name>.service
> 
>     To do all this, you need the latest nuxwdog (with the patches I just posted).
> 
> 
> Whats missing:
> 
> 1. documentation.  That will come next.
> 2. right now -- under nuxwdog, java runs as root.  We will need to change this.
> 3. Not integrated with pkispawn.  Basically, if you want to add a new subsystem to an nuxwdog-ed instance,
>     you will need to revert to a non-nuxwdog instance first.
> 
> Ade
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