lp:~harlowja/cloud-init/cloud-handler-finalizers

Created by Joshua Harlow on 2013-07-20 and last modified on 2013-07-23
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Joshua Harlow
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840. By Joshua Harlow on 2013-07-23

Seperate fetching custom handlers from registering.

839. By Joshua Harlow on 2013-07-21

Ensure what we are searching over is a directory.

838. By Joshua Harlow on 2013-07-21

Also make the dir handler registration a simple function.

837. By Joshua Harlow on 2013-07-21

Just use an initialized array.

836. By Joshua Harlow on 2013-07-20

Remove return not used.

835. By Joshua Harlow on 2013-07-20

Also handle custom handlers correctly.

834. By Joshua Harlow on 2013-07-20

Update comments + link to bug.

833. By Joshua Harlow on 2013-07-20

Init and finalize refactor.

Instead of previously initializing and not finalizing
the handles that completed successfully when a handler
initializing or running failed we should attempt to
always give said handlers a chance to finalize (even when
another handler fails).

832. By Juerg Haefliger on 2013-07-17

adds support for SLES plus some basic unittests.

Some code from the RHEL handler was moved to a new file so that it can
be used by the SLES handler.

831. By Scott Moser on 2013-07-17

Azure: make /var/lib/waagent with 0700 perms

The walinux agent expects that the files it writes with 0644 (default umask)
permissions are not globally readable. Since we were creating the directory
for it, and using default umaks (0755), the files inside were readable to
non-priviledged users.

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