You can potentially get it merged in the regular operations/puppet
repo. Then you wouldn't have to use your own, local, puppetmaster. The
would know about it.
For that to happen you would have to upload puppet code to code review
though and get it merged. And to be able to test if it works as
expected it would still be useful
if you can test it before that.
So that means your own puppetmaster could still be useful, but more
for development of the puppet class. Once a class is merged in the
repo then you could use it again and again on other instances without
having to use a local master.
How about this.. start writing some puppet code, upload it to Gerrit
and add me as reviewer (Dzahn) and I can take a look. If it's
simple/generic and it compiles on the puppet compiler we should be
able to get it in.
On Tue, May 31, 2022 at 10:47 AM Roy Smith <roy(a)panix.com> wrote:
I want to set up a custom rsyslog config on my spi-tools VPS instance. I know what I
want to end up with, but I'm trying to get it puppetized. It's not really clear
what I need to do. Do I really need to set up my own standalone puppetmaster? That seems
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