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PR 44366 #48182

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PR 44366 #48182

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What does this PR do?

Allows Salt Cloud to operate within a separate directory tree without having to define the configuration directive log_file separately (on the command line or in the main cloud configuration file).

What issues does this PR fix or reference?

#44366

Previous Behavior

A user has to specify --log-file separately, even if root_dir is specified in the main cloud configuration file and -c is being used on the command line.

New Behavior

Running SaltCloud with non-default configuration file locations works as expected ie. the log file ends up under the directory hierarchy specified in 'root_dir' directive in the main salt cloud configuration file.

Tests written?

No

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isbm approved these changes Jun 18, 2018
@@ -2787,7 +2787,7 @@ def cloud_config(path, env_var='SALT_CLOUD_CONFIG', defaults=None,
apply_sdb(opts)

# prepend root_dir
prepend_root_dirs = ['cachedir']
prepend_root_dirs = ['cachedir','log_file']
prepend_root_dir(opts, prepend_root_dirs)
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@isbm isbm Jun 18, 2018

@samilaine but can we maybe not to call this list "prepend_root_dirs", since it is path options? I understand that the variable was already there, but let's agree it is greatly misleading name. Maybe I would just do it so:

prepend_root_dir(opts, ['cachedir','log_file'])

So whoever wants to know how this is working, can lookup the function and see that this is just a path_options.

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@ghost ghost Jun 18, 2018

However, it turns out that there might be a reasonable explanation for that funny variable prepend_root_dirs (see line 2358 in salt/config/__init__.py) .

So, instead of getting rid of the funny variable, I opted for abusing it even more.

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@gtmanfred gtmanfred Jun 18, 2018

for the record, i am for leaving the variable, as it is how all the other config functions work, master_config, minion_config, etc.

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@isbm isbm Jun 19, 2018

@samilaine 😉 Well, OK. I approved this anyway, and that one was up to you. Thanks!

@rallytime rallytime merged commit 1d6ab95 into saltstack:develop Jun 19, 2018
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