I have setup a system with a centrally managed configuration file (/etc/motd) and when applying high state - it gets deployed.
I checked the taskomatic and there is a job for checking (compare-configs-default) which properly detects a difference from centrally managed file and local one .
Can someone hint me , how can I schedule a task so the files that diff to be replaced with the centrally managed one (from uyuni) - so if I edit /etc/motd locally -> the file to be restored on a schedule ?
If there is no such option , is it currently under development ?
Thanks in advance.
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