[Bro-Dev] [JIRA] (BIT-768) Inline monitoring of modified scripts.

Jon Siwek (JIRA) jira at bro-tracker.atlassian.net
Tue Mar 17 08:16:00 PDT 2015

     [ https://bro-tracker.atlassian.net/browse/BIT-768?page=com.atlassian.jira.plugin.system.issuetabpanels:all-tabpanel ]

Jon Siwek updated BIT-768:
    Resolution: Fixed
        Status: Closed  (was: Open)

Don't think there's anything left to do here.

> Inline monitoring of modified scripts.
> --------------------------------------
>                 Key: BIT-768
>                 URL: https://bro-tracker.atlassian.net/browse/BIT-768
>             Project: Bro Issue Tracker
>          Issue Type: Problem
>          Components: BroControl
>    Affects Versions: git/master
>            Reporter: Seth Hall
>            Assignee: Daniel Thayer
>             Fix For: 2.4
> We need to train users to do check, install, restart through broctl better.  I'd like to reduce the barrier to entry a bit more and if broctl can coach new users through the process better and remind existing users of the process it would be great.
> Here are my suggestions for what I think needs to be done:
> \\- Track hashes for all copied scripts (maybe in broctl.dat?) and watch for changes to notify the user.  I think it would be ok to only notify the user when they are in broctl but I can see that people may want that to also check and occasionally email from broctl cron (let's save emailing for later though, inline notification in broctl may be enough).
> \\- Track hashes for scripts that have been "checked" because then we can coach people about what step in the process they are at.  If someone has already run "check" on the current scripts we can recommend that they need to 
> \\- Create variables to turn off various suggestions.  I think the various suggestions would be "need to check scripts", "need to install scripts", and "ready to restart" or something along those lines.  I'm not even sure I like this idea though.

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