Chef 0.10.10.beta.1


#1

We’re closing in on the end of the release cycle for Chef 0.10.10 and
I’ve pushed a quick beta release out. We’ve still got a couple more
fixes on deck to merge in, so we’re not in feature freeze yet. If
there’s anything you’d like to get fixed up and into this release, now
is the time. We plan to freeze and ship a release candidate late next
week.

Remember that since this is a prerelease, you have to install using
rubygems and you have to do so with “gem install --pre”

Happy cooking, and have a great weekend.


Bryan McLellan | opscode | technical program manager, open source
© 206.607.7108 | (t) @btmspox | (b) http://blog.loftninjas.org


#2

Not sure if this would be the best thread to ask, but it’d be nice if knife
bootstrap on a Red Hat server would create an init.d entry.

I’m also finding that when chef-client is installed on Red Hat boxes, it
doesn’t continue to check in with the chef server.

Thanks!

Arthur Kalmenson

On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 5:21 PM, Bryan McLellan btm@opscode.com wrote:

We’re closing in on the end of the release cycle for Chef 0.10.10 and
I’ve pushed a quick beta release out. We’ve still got a couple more
fixes on deck to merge in, so we’re not in feature freeze yet. If
there’s anything you’d like to get fixed up and into this release, now
is the time. We plan to freeze and ship a release candidate late next
week.

Remember that since this is a prerelease, you have to install using
rubygems and you have to do so with “gem install --pre”

Happy cooking, and have a great weekend.


Bryan McLellan | opscode | technical program manager, open source
© 206.607.7108 | (t) @btmspox | (b) http://blog.loftninjas.org


#3

Hey Arthur,

You’ll want to add this cookbook to your run list in order to start
chef-client as a daemon:

https://github.com/opscode-cookbooks/chef-client


Hector

On Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 13:30, Arthur Kalmenson arthur.kalm@gmail.com wrote:

Not sure if this would be the best thread to ask, but it’d be nice if knife
bootstrap on a Red Hat server would create an init.d entry.

I’m also finding that when chef-client is installed on Red Hat boxes, it
doesn’t continue to check in with the chef server.

Thanks!

Arthur Kalmenson

On Fri, Apr 6, 2012 at 5:21 PM, Bryan McLellan btm@opscode.com wrote:

We’re closing in on the end of the release cycle for Chef 0.10.10 and
I’ve pushed a quick beta release out. We’ve still got a couple more
fixes on deck to merge in, so we’re not in feature freeze yet. If
there’s anything you’d like to get fixed up and into this release, now
is the time. We plan to freeze and ship a release candidate late next
week.

Remember that since this is a prerelease, you have to install using
rubygems and you have to do so with “gem install --pre”

Happy cooking, and have a great weekend.


Bryan McLellan | opscode | technical program manager, open source
© 206.607.7108 | (t) @btmspox | (b) http://blog.loftninjas.org