Say you had a file directive like so:
***SNIP*** file: "/tmp/file_I_need": path => "/tmp/file_I_need", ensure => "present", source:[ "puppet://$fileserver/files/$name/file_I_need", "puppet://$fileserver/files/$group/file_I_need", "puppet://$fileserver/files/default/file_I_need", ]; ***SNIP***
And then each file like so:
files/name_that_exists>/file_I_need files/group_that_exists>/file_I_need files/default/file_I_need
The question is this:
How do I tell which source file puppet is using? If I am running puppet on different hosts, I expect different files, I know it will use the file that matched first.
Short of modifying the file and seeing if the changes made it,is there a way to see exactly which of the 3 source files it chose?
This is puppet 2.6.2.(Server running on Debian)
I am seeking a different method than using a hash of the file. I also do not like the solution of putting the filename(or similar) somewhere in each file. I want to know how to get the path from puppet.