On 6/9/19 7:54 AM, Andrei Borzenkov wrote:
04.06.2019 13:39, Thorsten Kukuk пишет:
On Tue, Jun 04, Johannes Meixner wrote:
It's not by storing config files at a different location,
it's about separating the original configuration files from
user made changes.
If application can run without configuration file, why do you need
"original configuration file" in the first place? Why cannot application
contain the same defaults that are provided by "original configuration
A default config file with comments is often used as a template for a
admin-generated config file.
If application cannot run without configuration file,
it should really
never be enabled automatically.
I think the actual issue is the conflict who has the
final say in what the config files content is.
No, the actual issue is, how to merge the changes the admin made
to the configuration files with the changes upstream made to the
This cannot be solved on packaging level at all because it requires
knowledge of application configuration semantic.
Full ack again.
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