It appears when I do wildcard matching to apply a change to all hosts that
the ordering does not work correctly and the states are executed in a
different order.

My top.sls looks something like this:

     - common

     - match: grain
     - foo

In this setup foo executes before common. Is this expected behavior? Is
there a better way to declare a common state to all hosts outside of their
respective sls files?

Stephen Wood

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