Wed, 3 Nov 2004 21:39:12 -0500
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On Tue, Nov 02, 2004 at 11:04:29PM +0100, Joerg Jaspert wrote:
> What do you think of a split of a -common package for nagios?
> Containing all the configs, init scripts, debconf questions,
> documentation, htdocs and the various paths that are in the .debs which
> nagios later needs.
> No need to ship that all in all 3 debs we have right now.
> The -[pgsql|mysql|text] packages would then depend on the -common one
> and only have the compiled stuff that is for them. (Well, and the sql
> files for the two sql things).
> I think i commit what ive done today to the debian/ (other stuff) and
> then start a local test of it.
something that might complicate this a bit is that the current
nagios-foo packages already own the config files in which we're
interested, and i don't know of an easy way to transfer ownership
to the -common package.=20
aside from that, i think a common package would be a good idea. however,
i'll also put my vote in that we should get the current packages into
a usable and tested state before further changing things. i'll give
the nagios-text and nagios-mysql packages a shot tonight to see how
things are right now, and maybe try upgrading a machine with a previous
version of nagios in main.
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