Welcome to the blog of Edmund Haselwanter. Writing about IaaS (mostly OpenStack), Config Management (Chef/Puppet), Infrastructure as Code.
SCOTTY: She's all yours, sir. All systems *automated* and ready.
A chimpanzee and two trainees could run her!
CAPTAIN KIRK: Thank you, Mr.Scott. I'll try not to take that personally.
-- STAR TREK
Chef Fundamentals back in Berlin.
A lot of interesting discussions and deep dives.
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Chef Fundamentals on the road again, this time clode to my roots in Innsbruck in Tyrol.
Quite a new situation with a lot of questions on how to run chef-client as a non-privileged user.
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This one bugged me for a while. Cause it was so miss-leading to debug. Most of the time when faced with connection loss on larger packages one immediately thinks: Damn it, bitten again by PMTU, have to fix the MTU all the way in and out. Recently I...
This is a followup article to Using Test Kitchen With Puppet. This time we want to run our tests against an Openstack deployment. You can follow my article Howto Create A Minimal Viable OpenStack Deployment With Devstack In Your Local LAN to install...