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fix(config): remove dictsort that breaks sudoers

in bc62b6e5 dictsort was applied to the pillar entries. But in the
sudoers file *order matters* so, using `dictsort`, breaks it.

From man 5 sudoers:

> When multiple entries match for a user, they are
> applied in order.  Where there are multiple matches, the last match
> is used (which is not necessarily the most specific match).

Removed `dictsort` from the {users,groups,netgroups} specifications.

BREAKING CHANGE: sudoers entries' order will change and might break
existing configuration. You should check your pillars and rendering.
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Javier Bértoli 2020-08-24 16:18:36 -03:00
parent b8a8f6f45c
commit 7ee2569b45
1 changed files with 7 additions and 7 deletions

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@ -84,24 +84,24 @@ Cmnd_Alias {{ name }} = {{ ",".join(commands) }}
Runas_Alias {{ name }} = {{ ",".join(runas) }}
{%- endfor %}
# User privilege specification
{%- for user,specs in users|dictsort %}
# Netgroup privilege specification
{%- for netgroup,specs in netgroups.items() %}
{%- for spec in specs %}
{{ user }} {{ spec }}
+{{ netgroup }} {{ spec }}
{%- endfor %}
{%- endfor %}
# Group privilege specification
{%- for group,specs in groups|dictsort %}
{%- for group,specs in groups.items() %}
{%- for spec in specs %}
%{{ group }} {{ spec }}
{%- endfor %}
{%- endfor %}
# Netgroup privilege specification
{%- for netgroup,specs in netgroups.items() %}
# User privilege specification
{%- for user,specs in users.items() %}
{%- for spec in specs %}
+{{ netgroup }} {{ spec }}
{{ user }} {{ spec }}
{%- endfor %}
{%- endfor %}