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Re: boot strap problem


From: Hugo Gayosso
Subject: Re: boot strap problem
Date: 14 Jan 2003 15:39:37 -0500
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"Martin A. Brooks" <address@hidden> writes:

> At 13:59 03/01/2003 -0600, you wrote:
> 
> > Does anyone have an example of bootstrapping a new cfengine
> > install. The problem I have is that after I install berkeleydb and
> > cfengine, I have to run cfkey and then ssh this key to a master
> > host. Problem is, I use cfengine for all software installs so I
> > don't have cfengine on new hosts. I'm sure someone has solved this
> > problem. It appears that cfengine has some features to account for
> > the chicken and egg problem, but I thought I ask to see if someone
> > has already thought of a clever solution.
> 
> This may not be appropriate to your case but, for one of my clients, I
> built a Redhat kickstart based rollout system that, as part of the
> installation, installed cfengine and hooked the server up to the
> master repository.

Or as part of the kickstart install include the cf key of the master
server and then enable "TrustKeysFrom" in 'cfservd' in the master
server.

- -- 
Hugo Gayosso
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