this is pretty much the standard approach. In most cases chef server is
also a chef client, and chef server installation mediated via chef-solo. It
is a community wide practice (well tested, and well documented). You can
expect the server setup process to be much lighter with chef server 11
omnibus packages soon,
On Sun, Jan 6, 2013 at 10:36 PM, Jordi Llonch firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I am planning an infrastructure in which the server will be a client-node.
My plan is:
- Bootstrap a server with chef-solo and my chef-repo (cookbooks, roles
- Setup the server with my chef-repo from a workstation
- Turn the chef-server into a node with chef-server cookbook
Anyone has experience on that? Is a best practice?