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Error 400 on SERVER; What did I break?

asked 2013-09-18 14:08:45 -0600

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updated 2013-09-18 14:16:41 -0600

My Puppet proof-of-concept server is running v3.2.4 with Apache+Passenger. PuppetDB is also running. I was following the process of getting this set up that is found in the Pro Puppet book. I have my own repository in my /home directory. I push changes to a central, bare repository: /var/lib/puppet/depot/development.git. Initially, I would then pull changes into the /etc/puppet/environments/development repository. Once they were vetted I would pull them into a testing repo and then finally into a production repo.

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answered 2013-09-18 14:35:08 -0600

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I looked at the PuppetDB log and found that it was failing to properly run (even though the service was running) because it could not connect to the PostgreSQL database. I found the database was not running so I started it. PuppetDB is now listening on port 8081 and the Puppet client is now able to connect and pull down its configuration.

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