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0003636 [cswclassutils] regular use feature have not tried 2009-04-13 20:01 2009-06-04 18:51
Reporter yann View Status public  
Assigned To bonivart
Priority normal Resolution fixed  
Status closed  
Summary 0003636: Allow package to provide their own manifest file
Some package already provide their own manifest file to be used under Solaris 10.
It would be nice to have a way for a package using cswinitsmf to disable automatic manifest generation so its own manifest file is used.
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yann (developer)
2009-04-15 21:12

It could be configured by using the existing tweaks system.
For exemple, if you provide your own manifest file, you could add:

#SMF_SCRIPT no # change this value to no if this init script should not be used to autogenerate the smf manifest file.
bonivart (developer)
2009-04-21 17:20

Ok, but how would it know which file to import as manifest?

SMF_SCRIPT /path/to/manifest

yann (developer)
2009-04-21 21:08

The manifest file would belong to the cswinitsmf class, so it will be passed to your script which could register it if smf is available and enabled.
You would have to add a test to determine if the file is a manifest or an init.d script (or something else).

But using "SMF_SCRIPT /path/to/manifest" will also work.
yann (developer)
2009-05-17 16:56

Hi Peter,

Any news of this feature, do you plan adding it ?
I am waiting for it to be able to switch some of my packages to cswclassutils.

Thanks in avance,

bonivart (developer)
2009-05-28 15:16

I have added a MANIFEST tweak to the init script. If set it will use that manifest instead of autogenerating one.,REV=2009.05.28-SunOS5.8-all-CSW.pkg.gz [^]
bonivart (developer)
2009-06-04 10:55

I have tested it with smf_test 2.8 and it works.
bonivart (developer)
2009-06-04 18:51

Fix in 1.16 released today.

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