I too and learning puppet for the first time. I attempted my first
manifest run launch puppet from command line but it cannot find my file.

puppet apply C:\test.pp

I get Error: Could not run: Could not find file C:\test.pp

How did you run your script. I'm interested in anything this group might
have to offer and hopefully soon I can contribute.
On Tuesday, February 12, 2013 3:05:42 AM UTC-5, Styme wrote:

I'm trying to learn Puppet (v.3.1) and I've noticed that in Windows it
takes Puppet quite a bit of time to process a manifest compared to the
experience I had with the "Learning VM".

I mean a simple manifest like this:

file {
ensure => 'present',
content => 'This is a text file',

will take Puppet roughly 30 seconds from start to finish to process in
Windows. It says it completed the catalog run in less than a second, so I'm
assuming it's the compilation that is slow. While on the Learning VM, it
takes a mere few seconds from start to finish. Is this just a Windows
thing? Or are there extra configuration/setup I must do in Windows (I'm
interested in standalone mode)?

I appreciate the help/advice.

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