This gem is a rubygems plugin that is expected to be installed in the same gemset as Puppet. The intent is to modify the puppet gem to relocate the default confdir and vardir. This behaviors allows multiple versions of puppet to exist in different gemsets with distinct default base directories.
The relocation directory is based on the Ruby PREFIX. For example, if the
puppet gem is installed using a ruby with a prefix of
operations will be used to construct a default system confdir of
/etc/operations/puppet and a default system vardir of
/opt/crossfader/versions/ruby/1.9.3-p448 will result in
The design of modifying the default confdir and vardir has been chosen to support Puppet operating as a library in addition to Puppet operating as an application. This approach has the goal of keeping behavior consistent between library based use cases and application based use cases as compared to a wrapper script which sets --confdir and --vardir which introduces an inconsistency between application and library use cases.
Install this gem before installing Puppet to ensure puppet will be relocated upon installation.
$ gem install puppet_transplant
If you do not have permission to write to
$GEM_HOME, try preserving your
environment in sudo:
$ sudo -E gem install puppet_transplant
Simply install the gem into the current gemset then install a puppet gem afterwards. For example:
$ which gem /opt/operations/bin/gem $ sudo -E gem install puppet_transplant Fetching: puppet_transplant-0.0.2.gem (100%) Successfully installed puppet_transplant-0.0.2 1 gem installed Installing ri documentation for puppet_transplant-0.0.2... Installing RDoc documentation for puppet_transplant-0.0.2... $ sudo -E gem install puppet --no-ri --no-rdoc Fetching: puppet-3.4.2.gem (100%) Transplanted confdir: /etc/operations/puppet Transplanted vardir: /var/lib/operations/puppet Successfully installed puppet-3.4.2 1 gem installed $ sudo -E puppet agent --configprint confdir /etc/operations/puppet $ sudo -E puppet agent --configprint vardir /var/lib/operations/puppet
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Add some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request