[checkmk-commits] [tribe29/checkmk] 5f4e0f: 7772 FIX Fix left over omdlib pyc files after unin...

Lars noreply at github.com
Mon Jun 10 11:11:21 CEST 2019


  Branch: refs/heads/1.6.0
  Home:   https://github.com/tribe29/checkmk
  Commit: 5f4e0fb022733da1dc16849546d08059a25dcbb7
      https://github.com/tribe29/checkmk/commit/5f4e0fb022733da1dc16849546d08059a25dcbb7
  Author: Lars Michelsen <lm at tribe29.com>
  Date:   2019-06-09 (Sun, 09 Jun 2019)

  Changed paths:
    A .werks/7772
    M omd/packages/omd/omd.make

  Log Message:
  -----------
  7772 FIX Fix left over omdlib pyc files after uninstall

When uninstalling the 1.6.0b1 packages, they left over some .pyc files in the
/omd/versions/1.6.0b1.cre/lib/python/omdlib directory. If you have removed the
package, you can delete the directory /omd/versions/1.6.0b1.cre by hand to
clean up.

CMK-2111

Change-Id: I8ef40ab139d89b7beda4c1a9c9a2613539d4284c


  Commit: 3fa92e8e038e059a32346f63048b21b51cc32f6c
      https://github.com/tribe29/checkmk/commit/3fa92e8e038e059a32346f63048b21b51cc32f6c
  Author: Lars Michelsen <lm at tribe29.com>
  Date:   2019-06-10 (Mon, 10 Jun 2019)

  Changed paths:
    A .werks/7773
    M omd/packages/cma/post-install

  Log Message:
  -----------
  Fix 1.6 compatibility with CMA <1.4.7

The Checkmk 1.6 version can now be installed on Checkmk Appliance
firmwares older than 1.4.7.

Change-Id: Icff6fe0a270e5badc3946e5bd7a4f9b1e2e8328b


  Commit: b6a9773d189329da694e19184e428dd9a588ba98
      https://github.com/tribe29/checkmk/commit/b6a9773d189329da694e19184e428dd9a588ba98
  Author: Lars Michelsen <lm at tribe29.com>
  Date:   2019-06-10 (Mon, 10 Jun 2019)

  Changed paths:
    A .werks/7774
    M omd/debian/postinst.in

  Log Message:
  -----------
  7774 FIX Fix installation issue on older debian based distros

The werk #7344 introduced compatibility issues with Linux setups that don't
support linux capabilities (for different reasons). One reason may be a kernel
that does not support the capabilities.

We have added a fallback to the Checkmk debian packages that tries to use the
linux capabilities (as described in #7344). Once that fails it falls back to
setting the SETUID bit on the binaries, just like Checkmk did it before.

Change-Id: I4c563f067ec638531d769f0c36a170b7ae84d397


Compare: https://github.com/tribe29/checkmk/compare/1acb04b6be99...b6a9773d1893


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