Cfengine client not updating
The primary reason for using both is to engage cfengine's logging system.
This is accomplished using the following: as a cron entry on Linux (unless Solaris starts to understand */10).
(Cfengine will not replace a file if the copy process is partial or incomplete.) A cfengine implementation has three major components: The cfservd is the master dæmon, configured with /etc/cfservd.conf, and it listens on port 5803 for connections to the cfengine server.It will run either from cron, manually or from the execution dæmon for cfengine, cfexecd.A common method for running the cfagent is to execute it from cron using the cfexecd in non-dæmon mode.This dæmon controls security and directory access for all client machines connecting to it.cfagent is the client program for running cfengine on hosts.