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using puppet can i manage application packages, for example if some
application user want to install his application package, is it possible to
maintain that package using puppet ? like opsware do ?

Regards,
Dha

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  • Peter Brown at Dec 5, 2012 at 3:32 am
    Hi,

    From the minimal information you have provided I can't really tell what you
    need.

    I am going to guess you have looked at the package resource and it doesn't
    do what you need.
    I this isn't the case have a look at the docs for it here ->
    http://docs.puppetlabs.com/references/latest/type.html#package
    Basically that will let you install a package on a system using the tools
    provided by the operating system.

    If you are trying to install something else that doesn't come as a package
    you will have to write a class or a define to do it.
    Alternatively have a look at the puppet forge here ->
    http://forge.puppetlabs.com/
    Someone may have written something already to help manage what you need.

    If that is a bit over your head have a look at this page for a very good
    introduction to how to do things with puppet.
    http://docs.puppetlabs.com/learning

    Hope that helps.
    On 2 December 2012 16:43, Dhaval wrote:

    Hi,

    using puppet can i manage application packages, for example if some
    application user want to install his application package, is it possible to
    maintain that package using puppet ? like opsware do ?

    Regards,
    Dha

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  • Jakov Sosic at Dec 16, 2012 at 12:25 am

    On 12/02/2012 07:43 AM, Dhaval wrote:
    Hi,

    using puppet can i manage application packages, for example if some
    application user want to install his application package, is it possible
    to maintain that package using puppet ? like opsware do ?
    Don't do you expect people on puppet mailing list to know what 'like
    opsware' means... I doubt many people here used or even read about opsware.

    So it would be a good point to describe what do you really want? What
    does 'like opsware' behaviour represent?


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  • Devzero2000 at Dec 16, 2012 at 7:04 am
    Sorry for the top posting.

    Perhaps are you searching for something like puppy by example42 ? Give
    it a look.

    Best

    2012/12/2, Dhaval <d.joshi84@gmail.com>:
    Hi,

    using puppet can i manage application packages, for example if some
    application user want to install his application package, is it possible to

    maintain that package using puppet ? like opsware do ?

    Regards,
    Dha

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