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== Firewalld services ==
 
== Firewalld services ==
  
Firewalld service is a set of predefined firewall settings for particular system service or program, like for example <code>ssh</code> or <code>http</code>.
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Firewalld service is a set of predefined firewall settings for a particular system service or program, like for example <code>ssh</code> or <code>httpd</code>.
 
In its simplest form it might be just a combination of port and/or protocol entries.
 
In its simplest form it might be just a combination of port and/or protocol entries.
 
Service configuration options and generic information about services are described in [https://jpopelka.fedorapeople.org/firewalld/doc/firewalld.service.html firewalld.service(5)].
 
Service configuration options and generic information about services are described in [https://jpopelka.fedorapeople.org/firewalld/doc/firewalld.service.html firewalld.service(5)].
 
Service files are installed into <code>/usr/lib/firewalld/services/</code> directory.
 
Service files are installed into <code>/usr/lib/firewalld/services/</code> directory.
 
The installed service file can be immediately used in firewalld's [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FirewallD#Permanent_configuration permanent configuration]
 
The installed service file can be immediately used in firewalld's [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FirewallD#Permanent_configuration permanent configuration]
but for it to be directly usable also in [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FirewallD#Runtime_configuration runtime configuration], one needs to reload firewalld in <code>%post</code> with a <code>%firewalld_reload</code> macro. The directory as well as the macro are part of <code>firewalld-filesystem</code> package.
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but for it to be directly usable also in [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FirewallD#Runtime_configuration runtime configuration], it is needed to reload firewalld in <code>%post</code> with a <code>%firewalld_reload</code> macro. The directory as well as the macro are part of <code>firewalld-filesystem</code> package.
  
 
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Firewalld services

Firewalld service is a set of predefined firewall settings for a particular system service or program, like for example ssh or httpd. In its simplest form it might be just a combination of port and/or protocol entries. Service configuration options and generic information about services are described in firewalld.service(5). Service files are installed into /usr/lib/firewalld/services/ directory. The installed service file can be immediately used in firewalld's permanent configuration but for it to be directly usable also in runtime configuration, it is needed to reload firewalld in %post with a %firewalld_reload macro. The directory as well as the macro are part of firewalld-filesystem package.

Requires: firewalld-filesystem
Requires(post): firewalld-filesystem

%files
%{_prefix}/lib/firewalld/services/myservice.xml

%post
%firewalld_reload