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Thanks for you response, i'm already using chef vault cookbook and exception is from this cookbook. I solve my problem, using wrong chefvm with admin user key :)
About decryption on Vagrant. One of cases where we need to test something with real credentials (gpg keys, any encrypted data), that why i trying to use vault real keys with vagrant.
chef provisioncommand to run it, the recipe can't find the chef-vault cookbook:
Reason: (Chef::Exceptions::CookbookNotFound) Cookbook chef-vault not found. If you're loading chef-vault from another cookbook, make sure you configure the dependency in your metadata
i've been using chef-vault for about 2 years, but in the last month or so, i'm having an issue where it appears to not be encrypting data properly for new uploads to chef vault databag only. upon a recipe run i get a message that states:
certs/hostname1_cert is not encrypted with your public key. Contact an administrator of the vault item to encrypt for you!
i'm uploading the cert as follows: knife vault create certs hostname1_cert --mode client --file hostname1.crt -A "adminname" -S "name:hostname1"
Interestingly, all my previously encrypted data bag items are fine and still function normally. Thus, this only affects provisioning of new data bags. I'm not sure where to go to figure out the answer on what might be occurring however. Anyone have any thoughts this issue?
knife data bag show