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comment Puppet: reference count for resources and installing/dropping them on demand?
Well, here, the external sources are two, at a minimum: the RPM database (whether managed by yum or rpm) holds version information, and the "puppet database" knows which versions I want at a given moment. Trouble is, none of them is stateful. And here I need to know the state at step n-1 before the decision is made.
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comment Puppet: reference count for resources and installing/dropping them on demand?
c1 and c2 are just "names". v1 and v2 are, at the moment, RPM versions. But I am not constrained to RPM in any way: I control what format the resource is, it can be anything else, as long as I can make puppet manage it
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asked Puppet: reference count for resources and installing/dropping them on demand?
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awarded  Scholar
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comment A same class/module/orwhateveritis multiple times
Thanks, I was able to achieve what I wanted at last!
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accepted A same class/module/orwhateveritis multiple times
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comment A same class/module/orwhateveritis multiple times
@Zoredache 2.6.12 on both the server and clients
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asked A same class/module/orwhateveritis multiple times
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comment JVM Max heap size
Is the the same JVM engine/version on both servers?
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comment Cross-node modules/manifests(?) with puppet: how to achieve this?
Hmm, interesting... Supplementary question: what if one Apache server acts as a frontend for several clients?
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asked Cross-node modules/manifests(?) with puppet: how to achieve this?
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comment Postgresql Service Start Fail How I Can Backup My Database - Cenos
This should go to serverfault
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answered Apache mod_rewrite 500 Internal Server Error
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comment LINUX: Help me recursively search an entire directory for last accessed time on files
Note that the . is not mandatory: if no directory is specified, find operates from the current directory by default.
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answered Installed over 4G RAM on 32-bit OS?
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answered Why am I Unable to ping port 443 on Ubuntu?
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