It’s ChefConf week!
If you’re in the Bay Area, there’s a Chef Meetup tonight hosted by
Bryan Berry is organizing a hackday tomorrow at the hotel at 1pm in
the Irvine room:
If you haven’t checked out Marc Paradise’s email about WhyRun, sit
down with a nice cup of tea and give it a read. We’re pretty excited
about where that’s going:
CHEF-3045: We lazy load a number of objects, like cookbook files and
templates. Access to these objects can time out if they’re store
somewhere like S3. Should we download these objects right away by
default? For long Chef runs this has the benefit of moving a number of
potential failures to the beginning of the run. Thoughts?
CHEF-2389 - link provider is not idempotent when used with relative link (to)
CHEF-2627 - Knife SSH should return exit code based on whether or
not ssh command is successful or not
CHEF-3088 - Execute resource should accept command Arrays
CHEF-3092 - knife cookbook upload -a should batch uploads
CHEF-1735 - FreeBSD service provider cannot determine rc variable
Reopened - Needs a regression test
CHEF-2731 - knife cookbook install should have an option to use current branch
Reviewed - Needs further review, will re-review at the next meeting.
CHEF-3045 - Chef errors out with 403 when retrieving cookbook_file,
template resources on a very long Chef run
Reviewed - Should lazy loading be off by default?
CHEF-3085 - Make knife ssh cssh platform agnostic
Reopened - Use shellout, provide backward compatibility
Bryan McLellan | opscode | technical program manager, open source
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