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Check example42 control-repo for a complete Puppet control repository where you can test Tiny Puppet and other Pupept modules..
Tiny Puppet Playground
To install and setup the playground:
git clone https://github.com/example42/tp-playground cd tp-playground
Public modules, which are required or optional dependencies for Tiny Puppet are expected under
modules, you can populate them with Librarian Puppet Simple (install it with
gem install librarian-puppet-simple):
librarian-puppet install --path modules
or r10k (
gem install r10k):
r10k puppetfile install
You can test Tiny Puppet on different Operating Systems with Tiny Puppet Playground with Vagrant:
The default Vagrantfile uses the cachier plugin, you can install it with (comment thesecond line of Vagrant file (
config.cache.auto_detect = true) if you don't want to use/install it:
vagrant plugin install vagrant-cachier
You absolutely need to have the VirtualBox guest additions working on the Vagrant's VMs, if the provided ones are not updated you may use the VBguest plugin to automatically install them:
vagrant plugin install vagrant-vbguest
Vagrantfile all the Vagrant specific stuff is under the
The default manifest is
vagrant/manifests/site.pp, you can play with Tiny Puppet there and verify there what you can do with it.
To start and manage a VM (based on VIrtualBox) use the common vagrant commands:
vagrant up Ubuntu1404_P4 vagrant provision Ubuntu1404_P4 vagrant ssh Ubuntu1404_P4
On the shell of your VM you can run Puppet (same effect of
vagrant provision) with:
vagrant@ubuntu1404-p4:~$ sudo su - root@ubuntu1404-p4:~# /vagrant/bin/papply_vagrant.sh
this does a
puppet apply on
/vagrant/manifests/site.pp with the correct parameters.
If you specify a different manifest, puppet apply is done on it:
root@ubuntu1404-p4:/# /vagrant/bin/papply_vagrant.sh /vagrant/manifests/test.pp