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Dan DeLeo
@danielsdeleo
but, I'm not sure how you handle yanks/deletions in that case
Jamie Winsor
@reset
@danielsdeleo you could create a new entry in the DB which is the yank kind of like how Git creates a new commit for a revert?
Dan DeLeo
@danielsdeleo
@reset it'd be a little weird in the DB as far as uniqueness constraints and the like but doable, I think
or you'd have a separate table for the index/append-only log
Jamie Winsor
@reset
ya you could totally do that too
Dan DeLeo
@danielsdeleo
just would be good to keep all the coordination/synchronization/consistency issues in one place, doing it in the RBDMS is pretty well understood and scalable enough for most scenarios
Jamie Winsor
@reset
@danielsdeleo ya any solution where there is a central agreement is a great one. I think RBDMS is a simple and easy one ;)
Dan DeLeo
@danielsdeleo
@reset hrm, wondering if version number should be required also... right now it defaults to 0.0.0 which is maybe okay enough
/cc @sersut
Jamie Winsor
@reset
@danielsdeleo I think version number should be required
Dan DeLeo
@danielsdeleo
@reset I agree, need to check w/ rest of team. Groundwork is there, though
Seth Chisamore
@schisamo
@reset @sethvargo Any chance we could get a 3.2.4 release. Mainly for this fix berkshelf/berkshelf#1380 which is needed by Delivery (delivery-truck uses a berks vendor).
Jamie Winsor
@reset
@schisamo oh wow I didn't get this message until pretty late...
Zoltan Chovan
@nezuvian
hi! newbie here, is there a tutorial/doc about setting up a mysql server with vagrant+berkshelf? I've been hacking around for a few hours with not much to show for it :/
Nitheesh Poojary
@nitheeshp
@nezuvian include_recipe "mysql::server” in your cookbook
and add this in metadata.eb
depends 'mysql'
if you are berkshelf it will download mysql receipe for you
nukepuppy
@nukepuppy
@nezuvian i can give you an example but its vagrant using kitchen-vagrant
which i suggest you
nukepuppy
@nukepuppy
@nezuvian https://github.com/nukepuppy/berksmysql just run 'kitchen converge' assuming you have chefdk / vagrant setup
Arie Bro
@arieb
hey guys, do you know if i can access the dependency graph information from ruby code written inside the berksfile?
i want to make it so all cookbook that start with a specific prefix are loaded from a 'path', however i dont want all the cookbooks, but rather only the ones that are actually needed
Roberto Leibman
@rleibman
Hey... is there any way to pass to "berks vendor" a list of recipes WITH versions (something like "berks vendor -r recipe[one@1.4.2, two@1.7.1]"
I need to create a package with all of my recipes (at a given version #) and their dependencies to deploy at a client site that has no internet access.
nukepuppy
@nukepuppy
@rleibman not sure i get the full requirement there? but wouldnt just specifying those versions in berksfile do that?
or metadata.rb for that matter
nm long ago :)