A beaker helper for installing PE, Foss/Gem puppet, or puppet-agent all in one beaker method.
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README.md

beaker-puppet_install_helper

This gem is simply an abstraction for the various ways that we install puppet from the spec/spec_helper_acceptance.rb files across the modules.

run_puppet_install_helper

The way to use this is to declare either run_puppet_install_helper() or run_puppet_install_helper_on(hosts) and set environment variables BEAKER_PUPPET_AGENT_VERSION and/or BEAKER_PUPPET_COLLECTION in the following combinations to have puppet installed on the desired hosts. The nodeset should be configured with type: pe or type: aio to control the type of install.

  • BEAKER_PUPPET_COLLECTION=<puppet collection> will install the specified BEAKER_PUPPET_AGENT_VERSION from the specified collection. Valid values are pc1, puppet5, puppet6, puppet6-nightly etc. This may change with time.
  • BEAKER_PUPPET_AGENT_VERSION=<version> to specify
  • BEAKER_IS_PE=<yes or no> may be used to force a nodeset to be PE or not, regardless of the nodeset type or absence thereof.
  • BEAKER_PE_VER=<pe version> may be used to specify the PE version for masters. Eg: BEAKER_PE_VER=2017.3.5
  • BEAKER_PUPPET_AGENT_SHA=<sha> may be used in order to use a development puppet-agent package.
  • PUPPET_INSTALL_TYPE=foss may be used to install foss puppet 3.x, but is deprecated and should not be used.

The best way is explicitly set BEAKER_PUPPET_COLLECTION and BEAKER_PUPPET_AGENT_VERSION to what you want. It'll probably do what you expect.

install_ca_certs

Install Certificate Authority Certs on Windows and OSX for Geotrust, User Trust Network, and Equifax On Windows it currently is limited to hosts that use cygwin

install_ca_certs_on

Install certs on a given host(s)

Support

No support is supplied or implied. Use at your own risk.

TODO

  • Add support for ci-ready builds