Systemd cookbook v0.2.0 has landed

Ohai Chefs!

We just shipped version 0.2.0 of the systemd cookbook1, with oodles
(seriously, oodles and gobs) of new resources and recipes for managing
GNU/Linux systems via systemd.

Here’s just a few of the things you can now configure:

  • systemd_service (think runit_service, but for systemd), and bunches of
    other unit types (socket, timer, mount, &c), all supporting drop-in mode
    for lightweight vendor overrides
  • hostname! (there’s now one true path, and it is good)
  • kernel stuff! (sysctls, modules, module-blacklists landing soon)
  • network! (dns, link definitions)
  • time! (ntp, rtc, timezone)
  • logging!
  • login!
  • boring stuff! (locale, vconsole, udev)

Enjoy, and feel free to shout if you run into any issues! :slight_smile:


Nathan W