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Disabling Use of cfengine


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The csync_wizard does not have an unconfigure option to stop a system from being a master server. To disable a master server, simply stop cfservd:

# /sbin/init.d/cfservd stop

To prevent cfservd from starting at system startup, edit /etc/rc.config.d/cfservd and change CSYNC_CONFIGURED to "0".

If the csync_wizard was used to create the cfengine configuration and add managed clients, it can be used to remove managed clients. Run the wizard on the master server and select the "Remove a client" option. The wizard requires that non-interactive ssh access to the managed client has been configured as described in the section “Using the Wizard to Configure a Synchronization Client”. The specified client will be deleted from cfrun.hosts, its public key deleted from the master ppkeys directory, and the master’s key deleted from the client’s ppkeys directory.

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