Berkshelf-API file_store endpoint


#1

It looks like the file_store endpoint indexes cookbooks on a local server. But those cookbooks can’t be ‘served’ by the Berkshelf-API server, so they would only be useable if Berkshelf is being executed from the server itself, no?

What’s the use case for the file_store endpoint?


#2

On Aug 26, 2014, at 2:59 PM, Durfee, Bernie (GE Global Research) bernie.durfee@ge.com wrote:

It looks like the file_store endpoint indexes cookbooks on a local server. But those cookbooks can’t be ‘served’ by the Berkshelf-API server, so they would only be useable if Berkshelf is being executed from the server itself, no?

What’s the use case for the file_store endpoint?

Local development, with the API also running on localhost.

–Noah


#3

Make sense nowŠ thanks!

On 8/26/14, 6:02 PM, “Noah Kantrowitz” noah@coderanger.net wrote:

On Aug 26, 2014, at 2:59 PM, Durfee, Bernie (GE Global Research)
bernie.durfee@ge.com wrote:

It looks like the file_store endpoint indexes cookbooks on a local
server. But those cookbooks can¹t be Œserved¹ by the Berkshelf-API
server, so they would only be useable if Berkshelf is being executed
from the server itself, no?

What¹s the use case for the file_store endpoint?

Local development, with the API also running on localhost.

–Noah