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#53 dclark desai fixed Improve cert support

We need to improve our use of certificates:

  • Verify server certs (either through cached signature or signed certs)
  • Implement client cert support (with trusted client certs)
#74 dclark dclark worksforme encap supported platforms - user reports

This ticket is for users of the encap bootstrap code to report success on platforms not listed in the current README file. Please do not close this ticket.

If you have done substantial work to add a completely new platform, or are having problems, please open a separate ticket.

Please include at least the following information in any reports:

  • OS: AIX, GNU/Linux, Solaris etc.
  • Vendor: IBM, Debian, Redhat, SuSE, Sun etc.
  • Version: 5.3, Sarge, 10 etc.
  • Arch: POWER, i386, Sparc etc.
  • GCC: 3.3.5, 4.1.2 etc.
  • By: Your initials, name and email address (optional, may be obscured).
  • With VERSION: encap bootstrap version (from encap/VERSION file) and bcfg2 version.


OS Vendor Version Arch GCC By With VERSION
AIX IBM 5.3 POWER 4.1.0 dc 0.1/0.8.2pre6
GNU/Linux Debian Sarge i386 3.3.5 dc 0.1/0.8.2pre6
GNU/Linux Debian Sid i386 4.1.2 dc 0.2/0.8.2pre7

dc: "Daniel Clark" <mailto:[email protected]…>

#458 dclark dclark fixed Default to numeric users/groups

Numeric users and groups should be used by default in all Bcfg2 code, as there is no guarantee that UID 0 or GID 0 will be named "root". On AIX, GID 0 is named "system", so this causes permissions verifications to fail on AIX, which causes machines to show up as dirty.

If not already possible users should also be able to use numeric UID and GID values in info/:info files.

Attached is a patch (that doesn't actually work) that shows all the places in the code I could find the behavior for groups.

Fixing this bug is critical for Bcfg2 to support AIX.

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