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Learning Puppet by Jussi Heinonen

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Accessing reports via the Puppet Enterprise Console

Our Puppet deployments in the earlier chapters were triggered by executing the puppet agent -t command on the command line. The output of the command gave us a break down of the events that happened during the Puppet run in detail. The runonce task that we just performed on the web-clone.development.vm node didn't provide us any feedback on whether the Puppet run was a success or a failure. That's because the Puppet run triggered by Live Management is done using the component called Mcollective (we briefly discussed Mcollective in Chapter 6, Scaling Up the Puppet Environment). Mcollective is a message queue application. Although it is very good at passing messages from the Puppet Master to a ...

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