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Is it possible to define a separate hiera.yaml for a given environment? Currently I am using dynamic environments. Each one has its own hiera data directory, per my hiera.yaml file.

:yaml:
   :datadir: /var/lib/hiera/%{environment}

One drawback though is all of these environments are subject to the same hierarchy. I don't think this would work very well with many teams on a shared Puppet master.

So what is the best option, a dedicated Puppet master for each team that has a set of servers to maintain?

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I think I just found it.

My guess is you can make this dynamic in the same way as environments, something like

hiera_config = $confdir/environments/$environment/hiera.yaml
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