On Mon, 2016-11-07 at 18:06 +0100, Petr Vobornik wrote:
> On 11/07/2016 05:49 PM, Martin Babinsky wrote:
> > On 11/07/2016 05:43 PM, Justin Mitchell wrote:
> >> I have been working on a python script to setup secure NFS exports using
> >> kerberos that relies heavily on FreeIPA, and is in many ways the server
> >> side compliment to ipa-client-automount. It attempts to automatically
> >> discover the setup, and falls back to asking simple questions, in the
> >> same way as ipa-server-install et al do.
> >> I'm not sure quite where it would fit best in the freeipa source tree,
> >> perhaps under 'client' ?
> >> Also, whats would be the best way to submit the script, as a patch or a
> >> github pull request ?
> >> thanks
> > If it is a server-side code then it should go into ipaserver/ namespace.
> Could you describe the use case in more details?
> IIUIC it's about configuring NFS server against IPA and not IPA server
> itself as NFS server. In that case it should be IMO in client package
> because NFS server is also a client from IPA's perspective.
Yes, it is to configure the NFS server, which is already an IPA client,
to provide exports to other IPA clients which may like to use
> > We now prefer contributions in form of Github pull-requests.
Okay thanks, i will set that up.
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