I want to deploy one of my cookbooks, nginx-passenger, to opsworks. I've tested the cookbooks locally already using testkitchen and all the recipes and tests passed successfully. However, when using opsworks, the run of nginx-passenger::default fails with the error "Could not satisfy version constraints for: nginx". Opsworks has already a cookbook with exactly the same name, but a different version, so it's probably caused by that.
I searched for this error already and just found the following https://forums.aws.amazon.com/thread.jspa?threadID=153656
However this doesn't offer a real solution.
My files look like the following:
source "https://supermarket.getchef.com" cookbook 'user', '~> 0.3.0' cookbook 'apt', '~> 2.6.0' cookbook 'nginx', '~> 2.7.4'
name "nginx-passenger" version "0.1.0" depends 'nginx', '~> 2.7.4' depends 'apt', '~> 2.6.0'
Can you recommend a workaround this problem. I really want to use the community nginx cookbook here.
EDIT: Pardon, I forgot to mention few details. I'm trying to create a custom layer, but I didn't assign any recipes to it yet. I've created an instance, updated custom cookbooks and executed the recipe nginx-passenger::default manually.