I have a question about the rules execution order. From my testing the
execution order is simply the rule order inside a group of a benchmark.
It looks like the order simply depends on the directory structure of
Is there a way to specify the execution order?
The reason I'm asking is the following. I have 3 rules A, B and C. Rules
B and C can only be executed successfully if rule A was executed before.
Sure, this is not a problem during normal evaluation, but the
remediation scripts will need the dependency. Otherwise the package is
not installed and the script will try to fix something.
An ugly workaround would be to run the remediation twice or three times,
but this should be avoided.
Any idea anyone? :)
Alexander Bergmann <abergmann(a)suse.com>, Security Engineer, GPG:9FFA4886
SUSE Linux GmbH, GF: Felix Imendörffer, Mary Higgins, Sri Rasiah
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