When I run
# ipsilon-server-install --info-sssd yes
it does not modify the sssd.conf in any way. You need to specify --info-sssd-domain example.com as well to make the installer configure ifp in sssd.conf.
If --info-sssd-domain is mandatory for --info-sssd to work, the installer should fail stating so.
But even better would be if it just configured all domains that it can find.
milestone: => 1.0
priority: major => minor
Currently the installer spits out "Configuration of info provider sssd failed"
I'll see about enhancing the installer to make it possible to validate arguments and kill the installation process rather than being limited to printing messages.
I'll also consider the "all domains by default" and make info-sssd-domain a list instead so if one only wants certain domains configured they can pass it more than once.
owner: => rcritten
status: new => accepted
patch_available: 0 => 1
Started this change by creating a mechanism to do validation when I ended up not using, but it will be useful in the future.
resolution: => fixed
status: accepted => closed
rhbz: => 0
Metadata Update from @nkinder:
- Issue assigned to rcritten
- Issue set to the milestone: 1.0 m4
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