Upcoming change to chef-server cookbook


#1

Hello!

As I said in yesterday’s post introducing the chef-ingredient cookbook,
we’re going to refactor it to use the new ingredient_config resource for
managing /etc/opscode/chef-server.rb. That work is reflected in this pull
request:

The change to the configuration attribute - making it a string instead of
a hash - will mean this is a breaking change, and will require a major
version bump of the cookbook. The current version is 3.1.1, therefore the
next release of this cookbook incorporating this change will be 4.0.0. If
you’re using this cookbook, AND using the configuration attribute
especially, pin your version, or be ready to modify your attribute use.

We plan to release the new version of the cookbook sometime next week.

Cheers,
Joshua


#2

Ohai Chefs,

Just a reminder that we’re moving forward on this work. The main changes
are in PR #92, which we plan to merge later today. We plan to release a new
major version of the chef-server cookbook tomorrow.

On Fri, Jun 26, 2015 at 3:12 PM, Joshua Timberman joshua@chef.io wrote:

Hello!

As I said in yesterday’s post introducing the chef-ingredient cookbook,
we’re going to refactor it to use the new ingredient_config resource for
managing /etc/opscode/chef-server.rb. That work is reflected in this pull
request:

https://github.com/chef-cookbooks/chef-server/pull/92

The change to the configuration attribute - making it a string instead
of a hash - will mean this is a breaking change, and will require a major
version bump of the cookbook. The current version is 3.1.1, therefore the
next release of this cookbook incorporating this change will be 4.0.0. If
you’re using this cookbook, AND using the configuration attribute
especially, pin your version, or be ready to modify your attribute use.

We plan to release the new version of the cookbook sometime next week.

Cheers,
Joshua