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#1125 desai J. Davis <[email protected]…> fixed implicitly created directories getting bad permissions
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Given entries like this: <BoundPath? name='/path/to/some/dir' type='directory' perms='755'/> bcfg2 happily creates the folder and all intermediate paths that don't yet exist. Problem is those intermediates are all created according to the shell's umask rather than the permissions defined in the entry. Bcfg2 version is 1.2.1.

#1124 desai Josef Prazak <[email protected]…> fixed SuSE bcfg2-web problem with Django dep
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OpenSUSE 11.4, 12.1, SLE11SP2 build OK, but install bcfg2-web requred Django instead of python-django. Pleas fix in bcfg2.spec.

This solution works for me, but id don't tested for other distros.

#1123 desai https://www.google.com/accounts/o8/id?id=AItOawmUWUSICZipFKbjYsQOLyWp-dcZkiAbN5M worksforme SSHbase: probe mode to preserve existing host keys
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SSHbase assumes that existing keys installed on client systems are not worth preserving, and generates new keys with which to overwrite them for any client that it doesn't already have keys registered. This is fine for new system deployments, where generating fresh keys won't bother anyone. For existing systems that are being brought under bcfg2 control incrementally, or that have been using bcfg2 for a while but upgraded to a version with SSHbase, this is less than helpful. Users who have already connected to a bcfg2 client system using SSH will see changed keys, with the attendant warnings and trouble.

Thus, I propose that SSHbase should have a mode to probe existing host keys, and preserve them in the bcfg2 repository, rather than generating its own and overwriting the existing keys. As suggested by solj and stpierre on IRC, this can probably be accomplished using the existing FileProbe? infrastructure with some tweaks. I'll see about actually implementing it and posting a patch.

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