Finding source for agent.yml.example

#1

Hi,

I’m looking at the sensu-go source on github. According to online docs there is an agent.yml.example file, but I can’t find its source in the git repo.

More precisely, I found packaging/files/agent.yml.example was removed in commit b93181b4 (30 Jan 2019), but sensu-go 5.3.0 was tagged on 7 Mar 2019.

I’m looking at the ‘master’ branch. Is there somewhere else I should be looking?

Thanks!

#2

Hello @candlerb,

That file is actually part of a private repository that does the Sensu Go packaging now, which is why you are unable to find it in the public Sensu Go repository.

We’ve opened https://github.com/sensu/sensu-docs/issues/1324 so users without access to that repository can find a copy of their file.

Thank you for bringing this to our attention!

Regards,
Richard.

#3

Ah I see. So the binary packages of sensu-go are effectively closed-source? I can understand that, given that certain features are licensed only.

If so, is there a separate license which applies to using and/or redistributing the binary sensu-go packages, and if so, where can I find it? Thanks.

#4

Hello @candlerb,

Yes, they are effectively closed-source for the reason you listed: for the Enterprise level features.

If I understand correctly, here is a link for the license:

https://sensu.io/sensu-license

Regards,
Richard.