Hi Josh -
We had issues with omnibus and posgresql - will this still be an issue with "chef-full" instead of the ubuntu one we've opted for?
Also, in my first recipe, I've done a gem_install/gem_uninstall (as per an earlier suggestion from another user). Won't this be enough for the short term?
On Mon, Dec 24, 2012 at 12:03 PM, Joshua Timberman < " target="_blank"> > wrote:
You copy the bootstrap template from the Chef gem directory on your local
On 12/24/12 8:13 AM, "Maven User" < " target="_blank"> > wrote:
>Jesse- We're using Ubuntu 12.04:
>How do I do what you're talking about - a custom bootstrap script?
>It's not clear how to specify the gem I'd like (or how I get this file on
>the the machine I'm bootsrapping)....
workstation system to ~/.chef/bootstrap. The location depends on your
installation method on the local system. You can use the "gem which"
command. For example, in my rbenv installation of Chef:
% gem which chef/knife
There's a "knife/bootstrap" directory under lib/chef there. Under an
"omnibus" installation of Chef:
% /opt/chef/embedded/bin/gem which chef/knife
Copy the bootstrap template file from the knife/bootstrap directory, then,
modify it as you need. It's a shell script with some embedded Ruby for
helpers from knife and your knife.rb.
Alternately, you could try the 'chef-full' template, which is the default,
and it installs the Omnibus package of Chef, and shouldn't have this
problem at all since it is built with moneta 0.6.0.
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