On Fri, Feb 15, 2013 at 11:25 AM, Lynn Root <lr...@redhat.com> wrote:
> Hi all -
> I'm curious if anyone has written Puppet manifests for managing an IPA
> domain. If so, I'd like to pester you to take a peek at those manifests.
> More curious on the overall automated management process than anything
> I did find a post  on IPA managing the certs that Puppet uses - but
> perhaps someone else has gone a bit deeper!
I use puppet to push various things related to IPA. For example, I
have a lot of AIX hosts, so I use puppet to push ipa.crt, sshd_config,
ssh_config, ldap.cfg, ntpd.conf, netsvc (AIX's nsswitch.conf,) and
some other things that I'm not thinking of at the moment. I do some
of this for Linux hosts too, just to keep things in sync (resolv.conf,
the ssh configs, PAM configs, etc.)
Pretty basic stuff, I either push the whole config file or add lines
to it. Nothing fancy.
Here's a listing of my custom modules directory, it should give some
idea of what I'm doing:
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