overloading parameters does not work

Bug #271671 reported by Srand on 2008-09-18
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Affects Status Importance Assigned to Milestone
mylvmbackup
Status tracked in Trunk
Trunk
Medium
Lenz Grimmer

Bug Description

When /etc/mylvmbackup.conf exists I can't overload a parameter. For example, if the configuration file exist and I try to use --socket commandline option it says that I cannot mix --host and --socket option cause it get the host configuration from the config file.

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Lenz Grimmer (lenzgr) wrote :

Thanks for reporting this, I'll look into it!

thank you, for your really great tool.

Regards

LenZ wrote:
> Thanks for reporting this, I'll look into it!
>

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Cyril SCETBON

Lenz Grimmer (lenzgr) wrote :

The --socket and --host options seem to be the only ones that need special treatment when being overloaded from the command line, as they may conflict with each other. When providing a --socket option, it implies that one wants to connect to a local server. I need to verify and check the logic that determines which of the option "wins".

Changed in mylvmbackup:
status: New → Confirmed
Lenz Grimmer (lenzgr) wrote :

A fix for this has now been commited to trunk. Please test!

Changed in mylvmbackup:
status: Confirmed → Fix Committed
Lenz Grimmer (lenzgr) on 2008-10-02
Changed in mylvmbackup:
assignee: nobody → lenzgr
Lenz Grimmer (lenzgr) wrote :

This bug was fixed in release 0.11.

Srand (cyril-scetbon) wrote :

a really good news !

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