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Having puppet run powershell script in ruby

asked 2017-12-28 09:47:14 -0600

athlonxl gravatar image

I have a powershell script we are using to create our folders, shares, and there is a register entry for env enablement. My job is to create a ruby script that dos the same so it can be run in puppet. While going over the powershell I notice what was being used in powershell to give us access to some share files. My question being what would be the ruby equivalent in puppet for script portion shown below. or would it be better to create a ruby script in puppet that runs our powershell script.

#Copy Scripts
    Copy-Item -Path "X:\Information Technology\DBA\PowerShell_Scripts\ServerSetup\DW\*.*" -Destination "D:\Scripts\DW"

    if(!(Get-SBShare -Name SIS -ea 0)){
        New-SBShare -Name SIS -Path D:\SIS
        }

    Grant-SbShareAccess -Name SIS -AccountName "Admin\SQLAdmins" -AccessRight Full -Force
    Grant-SbShareAccess -Name SIS -AccountName "administrators" -AccessRight Full -Force
    Revoke-SbShareAccess -Name SIS -AccountName "Everyone" -Force
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Ruby programming is not a Puppet issue. You already know Facter::Core::Execution.exec, so use it. Whether there are already proper Ruby bindings to do the same your shell script does, that I can't tell.

Kai Burghardt gravatar imageKai Burghardt ( 2017-12-30 16:16:59 -0600 )edit

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answered 2017-12-31 09:56:59 -0600

Hi, puppet has a provider that enables you to run powershelgl commands via exec.

have a look at powershell provider

cheers Stuart

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