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puppet can't find module class from site.pp

asked 2013-09-02 12:56:47 -0500

jaksky gravatar image

updated 2013-09-02 14:47:48 -0500

I am new to puppet and I am strugling with error Couldn't find class profile::profileDev for ...

I am following profile/role abstraction for puppet. I have a module "profile" with defined classes, file baseNode.pp within module manifests:

class profile::baseNode($nodeId = undef){ some content}

Then I have class in file nodeB.pp within module manifests:

class profile::nodeB inherits baseNode{ ...}

In my site.pp

node 'puppetmaster.localdomain'{       
   class {'profile::nodeB':
    nodeId => 1,

I have verified that "include profile" works. But I am unable to refer classes within module. Using puppet 2.7 Is there any obvious error ... (more)

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answered 2013-09-02 15:02:38 -0500

jaksky gravatar image

I think that I've finally found the problem. It seems that the problem is the camelcasing in class names and filenames. Because if I lowercase all the names than it all works. basenode.pp

class profile::basenode($nodeId = undef){ some content}


class profile::nodeb inherits basenode{ ...}

In site.pp

node 'puppetmaster.localdomain'{       
   class {'profile::nodeb':
    nodeId => 1,
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answered 2013-09-02 14:19:09 -0500

nibalizer gravatar image

If you are new to Puppet, I recommend learning about the Puppet basics first. The Puppet learning guide is a great way to do this. Everything can be done with the vm image they provide for you and the guide available for free online.

Roles, Profiles, and module layout and structure are all very important, but they are generally advanced topics. And what you've posted above doesn't make a lot of sense. If you use an include statement and a specific class statement both on profile::node1, you'll just be including the ... (more)

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Thanks for response. Having include + class def was a type when I was trying to find why id doesn't work. I have already went through learning tutorial using learning ...(more)

jaksky gravatar imagejaksky ( 2013-09-02 14:51:06 -0500 )edit

But anyway thanks a lot for your effort to help

jaksky gravatar imagejaksky ( 2013-09-02 14:58:15 -0500 )edit

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