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RE: newbie question ...


From: Atom Powers
Subject: RE: newbie question ...
Date: Thu, 6 Jan 2005 08:55:22 -0800

 
I'm just starting with cfengine myself, and although it looks to be very
powerful the documentation isn't easy to follow.

I /think/ what you will want to do is install cfengine on each system and
copy your update.conf and cfagent.conf files into your include directory
(/var/cfengine/include/). Then run `cfagent` once and it should pull down the
rest of the configuration, if you have your update.conf set up correctly and
cfservd running on the master.

I am not at this stage myself yet, so I can't be sure... 



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Atom Powers
Systems Administrator
Pyramid Breweries Inc.
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Michael Chan
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Subject: newbie question ...

All,
currently just installed cfengine version 2.1.11. 
Have the basic update.conf and cfagent.conf in /var/cfengine/input dir.  My
next question is how do I test it out?  Will I need to a manuall install of
cfengine on other server as well?  Or will I just have to copy some part of
it over and run some cf command to sync up the changes? Thanks.


                
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