Entries Tagged with ‘manifest’

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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Welcome back to the next part of my little series “Cfengine 3 vs. Puppet”.  When sticking to the order of the Cfengine 3 blog post series, our next topic would be something like “using the reporting feature of Puppet”, but unfortunately I do not know how to make use of a reporting feature in Puppet […]

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As you might be aware of, I am directly comparing all my previously 18 written Cfengine 3 code snippets with Puppet 2.x/3.x. This time a Puppet manifest will run a very simple shell command, similar to the Cfengine 3 version. Writing the Puppet manifest for running a shell command exec { "start_mysql": command => "/etc/init.d/mysql […]

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Welcome to the next part of my little blog entry series about comparing Cfengine 3 with Puppet. In this issue, we will write a Puppet manifest for mounting a NFS share. You can compare it directly to the Cfengine 3 code snippet if you click here. Writing the Puppet code snippet for mounting a NFS […]

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Part three of my little blog series “Cfengine 3 vs Puppet” shows several ways of how new packages can be installed with Puppet. Writing the Puppet manifest for installing new packages # There are multiple possibilities here, 3 of them are shown here # Possibility #1 # package { "slapd": ensure => "installed" } # […]

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Welcome to part two of my series of blog entries about comparing Cfengine 3 to Puppet. The goal is to write little task-orientated snippets for both configuration management tools and compare the results each time. The goal is to find out which piece of software is easiest to learn and use. Today we are re-writing […]

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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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