On 05/28/2015 10:25 AM, Martin Mágr wrote:

On 05/28/2015 09:35 AM, Jan Provaznik wrote:
On 05/28/2015 01:10 AM, Steve Baker wrote:
On 28/05/15 10:54, Richard Raseley wrote:
Zane Bitter wrote:

One solution proposed was to do a yum update first but specifically
exclude any packages that Puppet knows about (the --excludes flag
appears sufficient for this); then follow that up with another Puppet
run using ensure -> latest.

My only concern with this approach is how do we collect and maintain the
excludes list. Other than that it sounds reasonable.

Why not swap the order? First run puppet using ensure=>latest which
updates/restarts everything Openstack depends on, then run yum/apt
update to update any remaining bits. You wouldn't need exclude list then.

Isn't running Puppet with 'ensure => latest' enough? If packaging is
correct all dependencies which will require update will be updated
together with packages updated by Puppet. Am I missing something or the
goal here is to update all packages?

Yes - the goal so to update all packages (so puppet only is not sufficient because it will not take care of packages which are not listed in puppet modules).

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