--- Comment #6 from Cole Robinson <> ---
(In reply to Fabiano FidĂȘncio from comment #3)
> (In reply to Fabiano FidĂȘncio from comment #2)
> > So, comments made, may I ask your take on those? Is there some specific
> > reason behind the dir structure chosen for kata-agent binary and systemd
> > files?
> And, of course there is a specific reason for that, explicitly mentioned in
> the spec file:
> # Install the whole kata agent rooted in /usr/libexec
> # The whole tree is copied into the appliance

Yup, and it allows us to use kata-agent 'make' to install the files for us.
If we wanted to use a different file hierarchy, we would need to manually
reimplement the install process which isn't future proof. FWIW I did something
similar for kata-osbuilder initially but it required some hacks there so
this was my workaround

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