On Thu, 2011-06-09 at 12:05 -0400, seth vidal wrote:
> > alternative proposal:
> It does help make things clearer and much more "granular" but let's
> say one host has a minor difference in how the service is configured,
> we would have to accomodate the tweak somehow either by cloning a
> service definition and making the new definition specific to the host
> or by adding in extra modifications using another specification file.
okay? and? We do that now, don't we? How is this different?
really, all I'm suggesting here is moving files around.
okay - I've merged/mv'd the files in puppet master from servergroups to
services and I've modified site.pp to reflect that.
this is ONLY in master/production and it is DONE.
I was starting to do it in staging and I thought "hmm, is now a good
time to go ahead and move staging away from a branch and into
the plan here would be to take all the staging bits and move them into
either separate class definitions and/or subdirs (for the config files)
so that we don't ever have merge/cherrypick issues between the two