We have ~20 Red Hat servers and usually use EPEL as third-party repo. I'm
currently using the packages provided by this repo (2.6.17-2), but I was
wondering what were the pros and cons of using puppetlabs' repo instead. I
can see that it provides puppet 3.x, facter 1.6.14 and hiera (which is
unavailable in EPEL but I haven't started using it).
I currently have a very basic setup but want to use puppet more in the
future. I also installed foreman on the same machine, which is not really
usefull for me because the only thing that works on it is the display of my
host and facts (I use kickstart scripts for provisionning). I haven't been
able to make the rest work (partly because I don't use modules yet). I can
see that puppetlabs' repo provides puppet-dashboard which may do the same
thing and maybe more.
I can see that there are pros to use this repo but if I do, will I have to
enable it on all my puppet agents or will my EPEL-provided agents be able
to talk with the 3.0 puppet-server without restriction?
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