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Version attribute effect on download_url is misleading #214

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n1koo opened this issue May 24, 2014 · 3 comments

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commented May 24, 2014

node.elasticsearch[:download_url] is evaluated based on the default node.elasticsearch[:version] value, and overriding it changes everything else but the version you actually are downloading and installing

Maybe the move the process of building download_url to the recipe?

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commented May 24, 2014

There's quite a lot of issues opened for the general problems with versions, can you please look them up? There's a lot of discussion there.

(I've never been able to consistently reproduce problems with specifying/overloading/whatever the versions, though it's clearly something which gives most pain to the cookbook users.)

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commented May 24, 2014

Yeah, it seems that I missed #179 which reported the same thing :)

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commented May 24, 2014

And couple of others I guess... :) Any feedback on the existing tickets is appreciated, let's just not open more tickets, the issue is clearly considered painful & pressing. BTW, have a look how #208 approached the problem with not being able to override the attributes in some situations.

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