I want to specify the EXPECTED_IO for foreman_maintain which is used during upgrade.
First idea was, to “copy” the checks/disk/performance.rb and store it as a separate definition which is then used as a definitions_dirs. Unfortunately, this prints a lot of ruby warnings (of course, because the performance.rb definitions already exists). Actually, I would love to have such a concept to first load the installation-specific (vendor specific) definitions, and then load common definitions within foreman-maintain-VERSION/definitons/
Of course it would be possible to move the value of EXPECTED_IO into the configuration but I’m not sure if this is what you want.
Thanks you in advance.