Yes, I have. But still no luck.
➜ knife role from file foo.rb
Updated Role foo!
➜ roles git:(stable) ✗ knife node run_list add testing 'role[foo]'
➜ roles git:(stable) ✗ knife node show testing -a run_list.roles
➜ roles git:(stable) ✗ knife node show testing -a roles
➜ roles git:(stable) ✗ knife node show testing
Node Name: testing
Run List: role[foo]
Platform: centos 6.2
I want to put role ‘foo’ to ‘roles’ attribute too. What I should to do?
On 26.06.2012, at 17:07, Max Gorbul wrote:
are you sure your node has been saved and indexed correctly ? have you tried to rebuild index ?
On Tue, Jun 26, 2012 at 3:58 PM, Alexander Halkuziev firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
It’s strange, after all this steps I see that my run_list contain role, but “roles” still hasn’t any role. Any suggestions?
26.06.2012, в 16:42, Max Gorbul email@example.com написал(а):
node.roles - is the expanded list of all roles applied to the node
node.run_list.roles - is the list of roles defined for the run_list
knife node run_list add node1 ‘role[foo]’
knife node show node1 -a roles
knife node show node1 -a run_list.roles
On Tue, Jun 26, 2012 at 3:03 PM, Alexander Halkuziev firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
As wiki says we could apply roles list on the node through the “run_list”. Also I see that node has attribute “roles”. Question: how does roles from run_list moving to this attribute?
Chef server and client version is 0.10.10.
Thanks for help!