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Code Manager setup - missing 'puppet-code' binary

asked 2016-04-15 11:28:56 -0600

mike.r gravatar image

hi all, Im setting up Code Manager to manage my modules from a dev box via GitHub repo.

my dev box is same OS as my puppet master, centos7, and I have PE agent on it.

Im following the docs, and trying to install puppet-code binariy using this doc

I unzipped the PE tar package and installed the pe-client RPM,

[root@centos7node bin]# rpm -qa | grep pe-client

the docs say that this RPM should include this "puppet-code" binary, but I dont see it anywhere.

The package includes clients for the following services: Puppet orchestrator: Tools that provide the interface to the Application Orchestration service. These tools include puppet-job and puppet-app. Puppet Access: A client used to authenticate yourself to the PE RBAC token-based authentication service so that you can use other capabilities and APIs. Razor: The client for Razor, the provisioning application for deploying bare metal systems. Code Manager: A tool that provides the interface for the Code Manager and file sync services. This tool includes puppet-code.

Also in the console, I cant find the Puppet_Enterprise::Profile::Controller class, it doesnt exist.

Select the PE Controller group, and add the puppet_enterprise::profile::controller class. PE uses the puppet_enterprise::profile::controller class to manage client tools global configuration files.

Im running PE 2015.3.3

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answered 2016-04-15 18:51:28 -0600

mike.r gravatar image

updated 2016-04-15 18:51:46 -0600

btw, the pe-client RPM does not contain the 'puppet-code' binary.

[root@centos7node /]# rpm -qlp /tmp/pe-client-tools-1.0.2-1.el7.x86_64.rpm | grep puppet-code

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answered 2016-04-18 11:49:48 -0600

scotje gravatar image

The puppet-code CLI tool was a new feature of Puppet Enterprise 2016.1.

For PE 2015.3 you should make sure you are viewing the docs for that version rather than "latest":

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gotcha, thanks, didnt notice my docs pages were set to 'latest'

mike.r gravatar imagemike.r ( 2016-04-19 11:26:04 -0600 )edit

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