- Documentation: http://docs.opscode.com/
- Tickets/Issues: http://tickets.opscode.com
- IRC: #chef and #chef-hacking on Freenode
- Mailing list: http://lists.opscode.com
Chef Expander replaces the
chef-solr-indexer daemon that was included with Chef 0.8 and
Monitoring With Nagios
A Nagios plugin to monitor queue backlog is included in scripts/ directory as
To run it with the warning threshold at 250 messages and critical at 500 messages:
check_queue_size -w 250 -c 500
Before working on the code, if you plan to contribute your changes, you need to read the Opscode Contributing document.
You will also need to set up the repository with the appropriate branches. We document the process on the Working with Git page of the Chef wiki.
You can search for known issues in Opscode Chef's bug tracker. Tickets should be filed under the CHEF project with the component set to "Chef Server".
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