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Chef run process terminated by signal 9

With chef.log_level set to debug, my Vagrant provisioning is stopping with this as the only indicator. If this is due to resources, how can I dig out the culprit that killed my process from the Linux ...
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“Network unreachable” with centos + chef + vagrant

I'm trying to write a Vagrantfile to install nginx on CentOS 6.4 images. In my Vagrantfile I have (ip's redacted): config.vm.provision :shell, :inline => "echo \"export ...
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Vagrant doesn't detect chef-solo unless re-installed

I am using Vagrant to test my Chef recipes in Amazon AWS, and I am encountering an irritating issue: I initially assumed that Vagrant would install chef itself (as it does when using Virtual Box as ...
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Vagrant / chef - nginx cookbook extend

I am fairly new to using chef, particularly with vagrant so this will most likely be a silly question to the more experienced users out there. I am using this cookbook: ...
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Running `apt-get upgrade` with Chef Solo

I'm using Chef Solo to provision a Vagrant VM based on Opscode's "Bento" box for Ubuntu 12.04. When it's done provisioning and I SSH in for the first time, the MOTD tells me there are packages and ...
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Should I use this simple hack for working around chef-solo's lack of environment support?

Chef-solo’s lack of environment support seems to be pretty controversial. On one hand, one of the features of environments is the ability to pin cookbooks to specific environments, and this makes ...
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Storing extra data in .json role/environment files for external (i.e. non-Chef) applications

I’m thinking about converting my roles to JSON syntax and storing some extra data in there for an external, non-chef application (specifically Vagrant). My idea is that if I stick to a convention in ...
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PostgreSQL 9.1 on Ubuntu Lucid fails to start - how to debug?

I'm using Vagrant with Chef Solo to setup a Lucid 64 box. I'm using a Chef recipe to install PostgreSQL 9.1 from Martin Pitt's backports. The install goes ok until the point where the database is ...
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Running scripts before Chef-solo starts?

I'm using Vagrant with Chef-solo to create a dev environment VM. Problem is, the Debian Chef package depends on a certain version of RubyGems to run, but I want the VM to have a much newer ...