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Running Chef cookbooks on ExaData

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johny786
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Running Chef cookbooks on ExaData

I am endeavoring to run a Chef Cookbook on an ExaData server and I'm running into issues. I could bootstrap my ExaData servers. However when I run gourmet expert customer on the objective hubs, I get a blunder this way. At that point I backpedaled and did a verbose yield of the mistake, and still don't have any thought of what the issue is. I am ready to ping, traceroute, and nc to and from the ExaData server to the Chef Server. None of the records exchange from the cookbook, or none of the documents download from the remote Zabbix archive. The Chef run finishes the part, and formulas however nothing is introduced. Is there something other than what's expected about ExaData from normal RHEL disseminations that would cause issues?

- EDIT - 2014-04-20- -

From taking a gander at an "effective" cook customer keep running on a consistent RHEL 6.2 OS, where as ExaData runs RHEL 5.8, I saw less blunders. There seems to be a considerable measure of libraries missing from ExaData keeping in mind the end goal to run gourmet specialist customer. From what I have heard, and perused in different posts, was that ExaData is a stripped rendition of RHEL 5.8, utilizing just what is expected to run databases.

Thanks in Advance,

johny

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Azharuddin
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Re: Running Chef cookbooks on ExaData

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