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I have a master machine I just upgraded from Chef 11 to Chef 12, but when I go to create a new EC2 node it want to install client 11.18 instead of 12.01 or 12.03. I'm not sure if that's causing the client to bomb or not (hits a 403 trying to create the client node on master) but it can't be helping.

Does anyone know where I can tell master what version of client to install?

  • The term master does not exist in the Chef world. Are you talking about the Chef Server or your Workstation? The version of chef-client (on all your nodes) and the server version can be mixed between 11 and 12. Thus the 403 seems to be a different issue. Please add your logs. – StephenKing Jan 18 '15 at 16:16
  • Chef Server. Sorry, the guy who set this up left and I'm still trying to figure all this out. – Machavity Jan 18 '15 at 18:51
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You can specify the version of chef client to install through the the --bootstrap-version option of knife ec2 server create. It is your workstation that specifies, which version to install during bootstrap.

The version running on your chef server does not matter.

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