Are you using Puppet in the client-server setup and want to test the configuration for a particular node without actually changing it? You can do that by fooling Puppet Master into believing that a Vagrant virtual machine (VM) is that node and applying it there. The process is simple: you essentially only need to getContinue reading “Test Puppet config of an existing node using Puppet Master via Vagrant”
Sorry folks, this month it will be very brief. I have many more great stuff in the queue but haven’t managed to write it down yet. Next month will be heavy 🙂 Recommended Readings Interested in native vs. webapp? Check out Why mobile web apps are slow (mobile browser much slower, not much real improvements,Continue reading “Most interesting links of August ’13”
If you use Puppet in the client-server mode to configure your production environment then you might want to be able to copy & paste from the prod configuration into the Vagrant’s standalone puppet‘s configuration to test stuff. One of the key features necessary for that is enabling file serving via “source => ‘puppet:///path/to/file’”. In theContinue reading “Serving Files with Puppet Standalone in Vagrant From the puppet:// URIs”
Sometimes “vagrant destroy” fails with an exception from the depths of the virtualbox Ruby gem or vagrant up freezes for a long time only to fail with SSH connection failure message. Here are some tips how to solve such problems. See also my Vagrant Notes.