Yes I believe that should fix your problem
On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 1:08 PM, Cassiano Leal email@example.com:
That attribute is originally set on the zynkbase cookbook, which is
loaded as a dependency.
If I understand the discussion you linked correctly, one possible solution
would be to set the node[:gearman][:dir] attribute in the zynkconverter
default recipe, is that correct?
Thanks for your help!
On Monday, October 22, 2012 at 15:58, Bryan Baugher wrote:
It looks like the attribute node[:zynk] is nil at the time the default
attribute file is loaded. Where is the value for 'node[:zynk][:appdir]'being
Also, you should not use nested attributes (like what you have on line 1)
in your attributes file as Chef cannot guarantee the ordering of when
attributes are set from (attribute files, roles, environments…). I am
guessing this is your issue.
There was a recent discussion about this,
On Mon, Oct 22, 2012 at 12:52 PM, Cassiano Leal firstname.lastname@example.org:
I’m building a cookbook for an application. It’s basically a set of
gearman workers who convert videos, images and PDFs. I’m using Vagrant and
Berkself for developing and testing the cookbook.
This provisioning in Vagrant fails intermittently though, making the whole
experience a bit painful at times.
I created a gist with the relevant information (command output, log and
attributes file where the error seems to be happening):
Please note that it doesn’t happen all the time, and usually when it does,
if I keep issuing “bundle exec vagrant provision” it will eventually work
(without me changing anything in the cookbook).
I’m kinda clueless, being new to Chef myself I don’t know where to look
for the error.