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New module release on the Forge. Clients still fetch the old ?

asked 2014-05-04 17:12:29 -0500

samircury gravatar image

updated 2014-05-04 23:42:36 -0500

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Maybe I'm overlooking something basic, but I apparently successfully updated this module :

To version 1.2.0 but still :

[root@darkstar ~]# puppet module install samircury-kvm
Notice: Preparing to install into /etc/puppet/modules ...
Notice: Downloading from ...
Notice: Installing -- do not interrupt ...
└── samircury-kvm (v1.1.2)
[root@darkstar ~]# date
Sun May  4 15:05:34 PDT 2014

Tried in a "virgin" Docker container to make sure there were no caches, but still the same.

Any ideas? puppet module update claims it's up-to-date in 1.1.2.

Thanks, Samir

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answered 2014-05-05 12:46:23 -0500

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Please update your Modulefile with the correct version number. The Forge is getting confused.

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I don't get it. The intended version is 1.2.0, and that seems to be right in the module file : version '1.2.0' -- that's the intended version I downloaded the tarball, and it's the same as in GitHub, right version.

samircury gravatar imagesamircury ( 2014-05-05 23:04:12 -0500 )edit

answered 2014-05-05 00:07:43 -0500

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updated 2014-05-05 00:10:07 -0500

I ran into a similar issue here:

Puppet enterprise is much more restrictive in updating modules than the open source version. If using puppet enterprise, you may need to contact the author to modify dependencies.

Try running the following commands

puppet module list

puppet config print module path

You can also try installing the module to a different path as a test

 puppet module install samircury-kvm --modulepath=/tmp
 puppet modle list --modulepath=/tmp

As a last resort, you could try the force option.

puppet module upgrade samircury-kvm --force --verbose

You can see all the options here:

 puppet help module upgrade
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Tried all that(force, verbose), except a different module path, although a good idea, same result. After removing and installing in the default path, no luck still : [root@darkstar ~]# puppet module list /etc/puppet/modules ├── ghoneycutt-common (v1.1.0) ├── puppetlabs-stdlib (v4.1.0) └── samircury-kvm (v1.1.2)

samircury gravatar imagesamircury ( 2014-05-05 23:07:51 -0500 )edit

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