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How to handle folder or file name with "environment" in puppet

asked 2016-05-26 06:26:51 -0500

yoga gravatar image

Explain me about to handle the name "environment" in puppet?

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answered 2016-05-26 20:24:16 -0500

DarylW gravatar image

updated 2016-05-26 21:36:37 -0500

There shouldn't be any problem creating a file or directory named environment.

ubuntu:~$ puppet apply -e 'file{ "/tmp/environment": ensure => "directory", }'
Notice: Compiled catalog for ubuntu in environment production in 0.09 seconds
Notice: /Stage[main]/Main/File[/tmp/environment]/ensure: created
Notice: Applied catalog in 0.02 seconds
ubuntu:~$ sudo puppet resource file /tmp/environment
file { '/tmp/environment':
  ensure => 'directory',
  ctime  => '2016-05-26 21:20:55 -0400',
  group  => '1000',
  mode   => '0775',
  mtime  => '2016-05-26 21:20:55 -0400',
  owner  => '1000',
  type   => 'directory',
}

There is already a variable $environment which relates to the 'puppet' environment that you are currently executing from. You'll just have to use a different variable name. It is one of the reserved words... read more about them here... https://docs.puppet.com/puppet/latest...

Several words in the Puppet language are reserved. This means they:

Cannot be used as bare word strings — you must quote these words if you wish to use them as strings. Cannot be used as names for custom functions. Cannot be used as names for classes. Cannot be used as names for custom resource types or defined resource types.

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