- platform_family: stays "suse" for both - platform: SLE, being the more stable platform, gets to keep platform "suse" openSUSE is now platform "opensuse" - platform_version: is "MAJOR.MINOR" even for SLE which officially is versioned as "MAJOR [SP MINOR]" I considered to change the platform only for *future* openSUSE versions (12.3 or later) but decided against it: "suse" >= 12 would then conflict with a future SLE 12 (scheduled for 2014).
doing it twice is (slightly) inefficient and complicates the tests
Infamous for false positives.
… on Cisco This causes a lot of problems in cookbooks that try to use the private IP if the equipment is on rackspace. They end up failing if there is no eth1 on your hardware/VMs connected to Cisco networking equipment.
This is more reliable than ancient black magic.
This fixes a bug in the ssh_host_key plugin that prevented the plugin from reading ssh_host_*_key files when a sshd_config exists. When a sshd_config exists but the HostKey directive is not present, i.e. using the default value, the plugin should populate the host_*_public attributes using the default HostKey locations.
(Open)SSH supports 3 types of elliptic curve keys: ecdsa-sha2-nistp256, ecdsa-sha2-nistp384 and ecdsa-sha2-nistp521. To be consistent with the file name and the normal abbreviation the key itself is stored as [:keys][:ssh][:host_ecdsa_public]. [:keys][:ssh][:host_ecdsa_type] specify the subtype of ecdsa. This field is needed, to generate known_host files.
OHAI-419: OC-5329: Azure public ip address unavailable for knife ssh
it mainly concerns some configurations of vserver, lxc and possibly openvz guests.