Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 443611
Review location of IPA commands
Last modified: 2015-01-04 18:31:58 EST
Description of problem:
Transcript of sso mailing list discussion:
>>>>> There are two solutions. If a user is going to be administering IPA they
>>>>> might add /usr/sbin to their path. As a developer I always
>>>>> have /usr/sbin in my path because I frequently perform administration
>>>>> However that being said, I think one could argue many of the IPA command
>>>>> line tools might not constitute traditional UNIX administration
>>>>> utilities and are more akin to commands belonging to an application,
>>>>> which normally reside in /usr/bin. Thus the second option is to move the
>>>>> commands from /usr/sbin to /usr/bin, perhaps we should consider this.
>>>> Yes, we should probably move most of them in /usr/bin
>>>> Luckily on Fedora they will start putting /usr/sbin in the default path
finally, but on RHEL it will matter for some time.
>> I put them into /usr/sbin because these are definitely sys admin commands,
even if they don't necessarily happen while the user is 'root' or update the
>> I'm flexible.
>> This would happen post-beta but would be relatively trivial to fix in the
tree for new installs. Upgrades are slightly more complex.
> rpm takes care of that, unless you are thinking of make install kind of
No, I was thinking rpm. We'll need a %pre or %post to remove the old bits
though, right? Or will that happen automagically? It would be nice if it did.
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So, is the decision to make the move or not made yet? If yes, we should either do this as fast as possible or close the bug.
BTW the removal of old files wouldn't be necessary, rpm takes care of that.