• rhel-system-roles-1.23.0-2.21.el9
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      .The `bootloader` RHEL system role

      This update introduces the `bootloader` RHEL system role. You can use this feature for stable and consistent configuration of bootloaders and kernels on your RHEL systems. For more details regarding requirements, role variables, and example playbooks, see the README resources in the `/usr/share/doc/rhel-system-roles/bootloader/` directory.
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      .The `bootloader` RHEL system role This update introduces the `bootloader` RHEL system role. You can use this feature for stable and consistent configuration of bootloaders and kernels on your RHEL systems. For more details regarding requirements, role variables, and example playbooks, see the README resources in the `/usr/share/doc/rhel-system-roles/bootloader/` directory.
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      Goal

      Provide a consistent and stable configuration interface for bootloader configuration within the RHEL System Roles project.

       

      Acceptance Criteria

      A list of verification conditions, successful functional tests, or expected outcomes in order to declare this story/task successfully completed.

      • Shall provide ability to query the bootloader configuration and receive back a comprehensible view of the bootloader facts that is both easily readable by humans and machines for further automation.
      • Safely and idempotently update the bootloader configuration
        • Support for BIOS and UEFI
        • Support for all architectures supported by RHEL
        • Add/remove options grub/bootloader options such as rhgb, quiet, console tty, options to control specter/meltdown mitigations, networking options required for Clevis client, bootloader options specified in security standards such as DISA STIG,  customer specific bootlader options required for 3rd party applications, etc.  
      • Set and remove bootloader password
      • Modify timeout

            spetros@redhat.com Sergei Petrosian
            spetros@redhat.com Sergei Petrosian
            Sergei Petrosian Sergei Petrosian
            Jakub Haruda Jakub Haruda
            Jaroslav Klech Jaroslav Klech
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