Is there a streamlined way to export settings from an existing CentOS 5.10 server for local Vagrant provisioning? (Puppet, Chef, shell, or otherwise)
I've recently started the process of learning how to use Vagrant for spinning up a local development environment. (after getting frustrated with the various WAMP stack options) Vagrant is great so ...
I'm running Chef server 11 on a CentOS 6 box. Installed via the RPM from Opscode. I set up my workstation on a Windows 7 box. I can run the usual knife client list and get a response, so I'm confident ...
I'm trying to bootstrap a new chef node by running: knife bootstrap <server ip> -x lewis -N gitlab --sudo But I get the following output: [Mon, 03 Sep 2012 14:45:17 +0000] INFO: *** Chef 10.12.0 ...
I'm trying to adapt a chef recipe developed for Centos to Ubuntu, and thinking that there must be a better way. Methodology (I'm using Vagrant): vagrant reload Look through log to find the package ...
I am new to Chef and am trying to install chef-server on an AWS t1.micro instance based on RightScale CentOS5.4 32 bit ami. I am bootstrapping from Rubygems following the guide from the opscode wiki ...