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Sys Admin, DevOps etc in San Francisco Bay Area


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comment unable to set up an instance on GCE with foreman
You will have more luck in the #thforeman channel on Freenode.
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awarded  Nice Answer
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answered Update puppet master certificates automatically on new certificate
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answered Which AWS Ubuntu image has swap partition preconfigured?
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comment Puppet Enterprise vs. Open Source
Your first paragraphs link clearly states that the "support" for AD/LDAP is for allowing LDAP users to login to the web interface, and not for managing users in AD/LDAP. Quote: "Now, users of Puppet Enterprise can be managed and authenticated leveraging their existing authentication solution. - " You other paragraphs and links are accurate.
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comment Solaris as a server OS - why?
@unixhacker2010 There are reasons why Solaris 11 has not had traction since release. The biggest being Oracle. This discussion is about reasons why one should use Solaris. I think any relation to Oracle is by default a reason not to use it. One might have better luck with Illumos: wiki.illumos.org/display/illumos/illumos+Home
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comment Is Puppet or Chef suitable for managing very basic server config in a multi tenant environment?
Well, yes, Puppet can make multiple backups too. But how would you know which backup to restore? You would have to write some Chef/Puppet code, or external script to actually perform that action? What about non-file resources like reverting to a previous package with a specific version? What about services? If you had code that said "ensure running", and wanted to change it, you would have to change the code to "ensure stopped".