has 'always-apt-update' as a property and I've had it set to 'true' but I'm
wondering what happens if I don't.
Is the puppet package manager 'smart' enough to get the latest versions of
packages that it's monitoring ('ensure => latest') without being told to
keep the repository up to date?
The main reason I'm asking is that the 'apt-get update' seems to always run
last in the 'agent' pass. IE it takes two runs to get the latest packages -
1 to update the cache and the 2nd to get the latest versions.
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