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Re: Partitioning configuration files

From: mark
Subject: Re: Partitioning configuration files
Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2003 21:13:54 +0200 (MEST)

There is no performance impact from splitting into smaller files.
It's purely a matter of convenience. We have about 10 smaller

As of cfenginr 2.1.0 you will be able to have private functions
within cfengine code. A modular structure is always a good idea,


On 18 Apr, Dennis, Richard wrote:
> I'm looking for some insight as to when it's best to partition your
> configuration files into smaller files that will be imported.  Do most of
> you out there keep one large file?
> I currently have a cf.linux config file that's >200 lines will
> probably grow more rapidly in the next few months.  
> If I split it up into a bunch of smaller files will there be a
> noticeable/significant performance impact? 
> TIA.
> --Rick
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