I’d highly recommend against putting mongodb binaries into cookbooks.
Or anywhere near infrastructure :>
remote_file doesn’t (currently?) support ssh (by which I guess you mean ‘scp’?)
You could easily make your own scp_remote_file provider that uses
remote_file semantics to secure copy or maybe rsync a directory
structure down. I wonder if there is one available. Alternatively,
there are many tried-and-true protocols for sharing file systems (nfs,
smb, …) across your machines which you could configure with Chef.
On 11 August 2012 14:13, John Wong email@example.com wrote:
Do we have SSH support using remote file? I have files sitting in the cache
server, but this server is not HTTP accessible for security reason. Only SSH
is possible. Well, actually, it’s sitting on the same machine that
chef-server is running on, except chef-server user does not have the
privilege to read this mount cache point. We mount it so that it is network
accessible with proper user.
Ideas? You can’t put files like mongodb binary into a cookbook, that’s