Anything you can think of as the next steps in this situation?
On Tuesday, October 11, 2016 at 11:06:36 AM UTC-7, Konstantin Orekhov wrote:
>> The module should be at /etc/puppet/environments/common/ntp/ or
>> /etc/puppet/modules/ntp/. What are the paths of the modules you've added?
> Hmm, since my common environment is a real environment, its modules are
> under /etc/puppet/environments/common/*modules*/<module>.
> The same directory structure for production environment -
> Foreman has no problems finding and importing all of my classes and
> modules in all environments. It just does not allow me to assign modules
> from one environment (common) to any of the hosts or HostGroups belonging
> to other environment.
> I can create a Config Group (since it is not environment specific) and
> assign modules from any environment to it, but once that CG is applied to a
> host, puppet classes from other than host's environment are greyed out.
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