Im looking for a few suggestions as to the best approach for
assigning pillar data to minions dynamically.

I would like to make a dynamic list of service roles available
to salt, and then use this to control which pillar data is available
to each minion.

Initially my thoughts were to distribute the role list via pillar, but
discovered it wasn¹t possible to specify and evaluation order, as it is
with states. From reading around it also appears that new pillar data
isn¹t available until the full pillar evaluation is complete, which
precludes this idea as it can result in jinja attempting to evaluate None

I don¹t mind writing modules if necessary, but I could do with some
advice on the best approach to take.



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