Package['wget']being present. But I don't want to manage that package, only tell the consumer (= user of my module) that they should install it. Would simply having
require=>Package['wget']be enough and just let it error out and let the user fix it, or is there some good way to do this?
2018-05-24 15:15:35 +0000 Puppet (warning): The function 'hiera' is deprecated in favor of using 'lookup'. See https://docs.puppet.com/puppet/5.5/reference/deprecated_language.html\n (file & line not available)
budamaguntatejaAny guide for installing and setting up puppet for my environment ?
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Hey, need some help
we are using Puppet 3.7.4 in our project….how feasible it is to upgrade it to latest stable version? I understand all the Services Versions of puppet modules are supposed to be upgraded as well if we upgrade the Puppet.
I understand its not going to be easy….but is there some kind of guide for migration or something like that?
I am beginning to learn puppet…
we are using the following versions:
CFPropertyList (~> 2.2.6)
highline (>= 1.6.19)
trollop (>= 2.0)
highline (>= 1.6.2)
multi_json (~> 1.0)
facter (> 1.6, < 3)
hiera (~> 1.0)
johnWe setup a second puppet server that we could test against running v4. You can keep running the v3 clients for a while till you get the server side upgraded then update the clients using bolt.