Spencer Krum, William Van Hevelingen, James Turnbull, Jeffrey McCune
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Pro Puppet, Second Edition, now updated for Puppet 3, is an in-depth guide to installing, using, and developing the popular configuration management tool Puppet.
Puppet provides a way to automate everything from user management to server configuration. You'll learn how Puppet has changed in the latest version, how to use it on a variety of platforms, including Windows, how to work with Puppet modules, and how to use Hiera.
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committed them into the version control system: $ git log --abbrev-commit --pretty=oneline master..HEAD 7acf23d... Updated config.pp to use $module_name 0c164f6... Added manual change warning to postfix config Using the git log command, you’re able to see the developer has made two commits since he created his topic from the main master development branch. This specific command displays the series of commits from the master development branch to the tip of the current topic branch. You’re able to
(14/14), done. remote: Total 15 (delta 3), reused 0 (delta 0) Unpacking objects: 100% (15/15), done. From firstname.lastname@example.org:git/modules * [new branch] developer/postfix -> origin/developer/postfix puppet:modules $ git checkout -b developer/postfix origin/developer/postfix Branch developer/postfix set up to track remote branch refs/remotes/origin/developer/postfix. Switched to a new branch "developer/postfix" The developer’s topic branch has now been checked out in the location the Puppet
distribution packaging systems divide the master and agent functions into separate packages. On some operating systems and distributions, you’ll also need to install Ruby and its libraries and potentially some additional packages. Most good packaging systems will have most of the required packages, like Ruby, as prerequisites of the Puppet and Facter packages. For other features (i.e., some types of reporting that I’ll demonstrate later in this book), you may also need to install additional
or earlier in this chapter when you were setting up the Dashboard. Note Passenger is only sometimes available as a package on operating systems other than Red Hat or Ubuntu. Often, the easiest method of installing Passenger is via Ruby Gems, with gem install passenger. Configure an Apache Virtual Host Next, you need to configure an Apache virtual host for our Dashboard implementation, which will include enabling the required Passenger module. The Puppet Dashboard provides an example of this