How Do I Confirm Importing Repo Key Without User Intervention?

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Hi,

Sorry for asking it again. I just thought I asked the question the wrong way. Too much unnecessary details. And therefore, got no replies.

I’m configuring a server from, say, a script (automatically). I need it to be done without user saying, “Yes, it’s okay to import the key.”

I was told to run the following command:

yum makecache -y –disablerepo=* –enablerepo=passenger

Can you confirm if this is okay? Any better ways? Thanks in advance.

Regards, Yuri

7 thoughts on - How Do I Confirm Importing Repo Key Without User Intervention?

  • That’s what I do. But when I try to install a package from that
    (passenger) repository manually, yum wants my confirmation:

    # curl –fail -sSLo /etc/yum.repos.d/passenger.repo https://oss-binaries.phusionpassenger.com/yum/definitions/el-passenger.repo

    # grep gpgkey /etc/yum.repos.d/passenger.repo gpgkey=https://packagecloud.io/gpg.key gpgkey=https://packagecloud.io/gpg.key

    # rpm –import ‘https://packagecloud.io/gpg.key’

    # yum install passenger Loaded plugins: fastestmirror passenger/7/x86_64/signature
    | 836 B 00:00:00
    Retrieving key from https://packagecloud.io/gpg.key Importing GPG key 0xD59097AB:
    Userid : “packagecloud ops (production key)
    Fingerprint: 418a 7f2f b0e1 e6e7 eabf 6fe8 c2e7 3424 d590 97ab From : https://packagecloud.io/gpg.key

    When I do it from a script, it fails.

    Regards, Yuri

  • Am 12.03.2017 um 18:30 schrieb Yuri Kanivetsky:

    It looks like the passenger RPM has a script importing the GPG key. Check using “rpm -q –scripts passenger”. Is that an interactive step?
    That would be a bad design.

    Alexander

  • From what I can see, it doesn’t:

    # rpm -q –scripts passenger postinstall scriptlet (using /bin/sh):
    if /usr/sbin/sestatus | grep ‘SELinux status’ | grep -q enabled; then

    actual_selinux_variants=;
    for selinux_policy_file in /etc/selinux/*/policy; do
    selinux_policy_dir=$(dirname ${selinux_policy_file});
    actual_selinux_variants=”$actual_selinux_variants $(basename
    ${selinux_policy_dir})”;
    done;
    actual_selinux_variants=$(echo ${actual_selinux_variants});
    if [ -z “${actual_selinux_variants}” ]; then
    actual_selinux_variants=targeted;
    fi
    for selinuxvariant in ${actual_selinux_variants}; do
    if [ -e /usr/share/selinux/${selinuxvariant}/passenger.pp ]; then
    echo “Installing Passenger SELinux policy for the
    $selinuxvariant variant”
    /usr/sbin/semodule -s ${selinuxvariant} -i \
    /usr/share/selinux/${selinuxvariant}/passenger.pp || :
    fi
    done
    /sbin/fixfiles -R passenger restore || :
    /sbin/restorecon -R /usr/lib64/passenger/support-binaries || :
    fi postuninstall scriptlet (using /bin/sh):
    if [ $1 -eq 0 ] ; then

    actual_selinux_variants=;
    for selinux_policy_file in /etc/selinux/*/policy; do
    selinux_policy_dir=$(dirname ${selinux_policy_file});
    actual_selinux_variants=”$actual_selinux_variants $(basename
    ${selinux_policy_dir})”;
    done;
    actual_selinux_variants=$(echo ${actual_selinux_variants});
    if [ -z “${actual_selinux_variants}” ]; then
    actual_selinux_variants=targeted;
    fi
    for selinuxvariant in ${actual_selinux_variants}; do
    /usr/sbin/semodule -s ${selinuxvariant} -r passenger &> /dev/null || :
    done
    /sbin/fixfiles -R passenger restore || :
    [ -d /usr/lib64/passenger/support-binaries ] && \
    /sbin/restorecon -R /usr/lib64/passenger/support-binaries &>
    /dev/null || :
    fi

    It more looks like yum wants confirmation for some reason.

    Regards, Yuri

  • In my kickstart scripts I call yum with yum -t -y -e 0

    This just works for me. -t may be what you are looking for.

    Tris

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  • Well, the idea was to make yum not ask about confirmation when doing yum install, like:

    $ rpm –import https://
    $ yum accept-key …
    $ yum install passenger

    Because, when I do `yum -y install`, I don’t know in advance which questions I’m answering with yes. And for the second command I was given:

    $ yum makecache -y –disablerepo=* –enablerepo=passenger

    Which doesn’t convey the intention. Considering this, I’m now leaning to using `yum -y install`.

    Regards, Yuri

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