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comment Is there a streamlined way to export settings from an existing CentOS 5.10 server for local Vagrant provisioning? (Puppet, Chef, shell, or otherwise)
This looks promising... I've up voted! Please allow some time for testing and other answers (if any) before answer selection. Thanks!
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comment Is there a streamlined way to export settings from an existing CentOS 5.10 server for local Vagrant provisioning? (Puppet, Chef, shell, or otherwise)
@faker This is a pre-existing dedicated server which the host also does stuff on at times (either on their own or by request)... also cPanel complicates things. That's why I'm looking to reverse the process for provisioning locally. Lastly, I'm not that confident in my ability to push things up to a production server using Vagrant and friends. Mainly, I just want to get my local development environment up and going as close as possible so I can get back to coding. lol I agree it's complicated, but challenges can be good.
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revised Is there a streamlined way to export settings from an existing CentOS 5.10 server for local Vagrant provisioning? (Puppet, Chef, shell, or otherwise)
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asked Is there a streamlined way to export settings from an existing CentOS 5.10 server for local Vagrant provisioning? (Puppet, Chef, shell, or otherwise)
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