as discussed in the last meeting, all pillar/id/* files in our salt repo now have a "reboot_safe" flag/grain to indicate if a machine will "survive" a reboot. Valid values are "yes", "no" and "unknown".
To get started, I added reboot_safe: unknown to all pillar/id/ files (and already changed it to yes for "my" machines).
Needless to say that we should get rid of the "unknown" state, so
*** please update the pillar/id/ files of "your" machines ***
A "yes" would be perfect ;-) but if you know that your machine needs some manual work after a reboot you'll obviously have to set it to "no". In this case, a comment with more details and the needed steps after a reboot would be welcome.
Setting reboot_safe: yes also means that other heroes might install kernel updates and reboot your machines, so the time to update the reboot_safe flag is well spent ;-)