User story #10412
Add a convention for ".disabled" hooks to not be executed
In #8353, we added hooks. It was decided at the time that we will choose which scripts to execute based on the exec bit of the file. It means that to disable a script, you "set -x" it.
Now, there is a commonly used convention that in that kind of context, a ".disabled" script will not be executed even if it is set +x.
To be more general, it should be a list of excluded extension, which could also takes care of "rpmnew" and other things.
The documentation will need to be updated accordingly.
The list of suffixes that will make a hook be ignored is defined in /opt/rudder/etc/rudder-web.properties => rudder.hooks.ignore-suffixes