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asked 2013-09-23 13:33:55 -0600

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On the latest version of Puppet Enterprise (3.0.1), I have found some oddities with the way that the Puppet Enterprise Console is treating variables.

We are using variables in a AD OU-type sense: we set a default at at top level node group, then change the variable in Child groups as needed.

For instance, we are setting a variable in the default group ( noopmode = true) that will ensure that all nodes are in noop mode by default.

I created a new ENC group (TEST-SERVERS) that I want to apply configurations by default, so I set noopmode = true. When ... (more)

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*Update*: Submitted to the Puppet Enterprise bug tracker - http://projects.puppetlabs.com/issues/22644

cbowles gravatar imagecbowles ( 2013-09-23 14:42:49 -0600 )edit

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answered 2013-09-24 12:52:01 -0600

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Answer: any group but default works fine

Answered this myself!

It turns out that you can create hierarchies between different groups and that the variables in the child group will seamlessly override the variables in the parent group. Conceptually, this works fine.

The problem was in the specific implementation. By applying the variable to the default group and then configuring a child group with the same variable with a different value, I overlooked the fact that every node is a direct member of the default group.

Due to this fact, any hierarchical relationships between the default group and any other ... (more)

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