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finish and automate data retention scripts
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things to be done to complete this task:

  • get backlog of 35 commits to the code checked in and get review
  • sort report entries so definite ctime issues are listed first and described as such
  • add debian files to build packages on all platforms, test and shove in repo
  • get configs into puppet (must be on all minions)
  • add to base manifest in puppet so all minions get it, test on salt master
  • do a manual run of audits on home, logs, root, hound folks
  • make sure wrapper script for local runs of home audit is available to all users and announce
  • require home dirs and emails to be added someplace parseable (ldap?) for all shell access users, script to generate homedir-to- email file from this
  • cronify logs, home, root audits via puppet
  • cronify email notifications via puppet
  • add cleanup script to toss old audit files
  • plus blocking tasks

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