I intend to switch pam_userdb's database provider from BerkeleyDB to GDBM and I'm writing a Fedora System-Wide Change for Fedora 40. The upgrade process would involve a manual procedure where the user needs to run a conversion tool for the database. Is this acceptable?
An automation process could be created, but the location of the database is configurable, which increases its complexity and effort. Especially for a PAM module that is not widely used. Another option I can think of is to automate the conversion process for the default location, and leave the manual conversion for those using a tuned location. Would that be acceptable?
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