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On 11/22/2010 03:12 PM, Jakub Hrozek wrote:
>> In what case it can fail ?
> For instance if the file was not present, if its SELinux label was
> wrong..I just think it's good defensive behaviour.
> Although it is true that the scripts would catch the exception and print
> a more meaingful error message than just an ugly traceback, which was
> basically my point. So this might actually be fine.
>>> >> 2) I think that we should log that we are about to modify a file
>> > We don't do that for any of the many files we modify, why should we ?
> OK, If we don't do that already, it makes no sense to do it for this
> single occurrence. FWIW, I was thinking that as an admin I would
> probably like to see when config on my system changes - at least when
> the log level is set to debug.
This could have been shortened to Ack :-)
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