#394 Use variable to control verbosity for things in common directory
Closed: Fixed None Opened 11 years ago by dpal.

It would be preferable if the verbosity could be set by an environment
variable (in addition to the commandline flag) (the unit tests in the
server directory use "CK_VERBOSITY=verbose", so it wouldn't be a
terrible idea to use the same variable)


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summary: Use veriable to control verbosity for things in common directory => Use variable to control verbosity for things in common directory

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summary: Use veriable to control verbosity for things in common directory => Use variable to control verbosity for things in common directory

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summary: Use veriable to control verbosity for things in common directory => Use variable to control verbosity for things in common directory

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milestone: NEEDS_TRIAGE => SSSD Deferred

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owner: dpal => sgallagh

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milestone: SSSD Deferred => Tools Deferred

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milestone: SSSD Deferred => Tools Deferred

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This actually have been implemented quite some time ago. Closing.

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This actually have been implemented quite some time ago. Closing.

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This actually have been implemented quite some time ago. Closing.

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Metadata Update from @dpal:
- Issue assigned to sgallagh
- Issue set to the milestone: Tools Deferred

4 years ago

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