On 11/10/16 19:06, 'Konstantin Orekhov' via Foreman users 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>.

This isn't the right directory, it needs to be one higher, in
/etc/puppet/environments/common/ or in /etc/puppet/modules.

> 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.

Yes, they shouldn't be imported into an environment called common, they
should appear in every environment.

-- 
Dominic Cleal
domi...@cleal.org

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