Entries Tagged with ‘configuration management’

Welcome to my next blog post about Puppet. This one covers something I found on another blog, so it is nothing I “invented” or something like that. During the last weeks, I spent much time writing Puppet manifests for several tasks, e.g. preventing logrotate from stumbling across wrong file permissions and stuff like that. At […]

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As you might already know I am a huge fan of Cfengine (2/3). But I do realize that there are also other configuration management systems, such as Puppet or Chef and they might have their advantages over Cfengine 3. I have published a few Cfengine 3 snippets and am planning to re-write those snippets in […]

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I have been working with Cfengine 2 for more than one and a half year now and decided to take a look at the new version: Cfengine 3. What the hell is Cfengine? Cfengine can be considered as a free management tool for servers and clients. With the help of an agent and configuration scripts, […]

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