- String translation results in degraded performance
- Restart shell after install for PE client tools subcommands
- Change to lsbmajdistrelease fact affects some manifests
- Change allow_no_actionpolicy parameter to enforce MCollective action policies
- puppet module list --tree shows incorrect dependencies after uninstalling modules
- The Puppet module tool does not support Solaris 10
These are the known issues for Puppet and Puppet services in this PE release.
String translation results in degraded performance
When gettext is installed in order to translate strings and environment caching is not used (
environment_timeout = 0) performance might degrade. As a workaround, you can use a new setting,
puppet_enterprise::master::disable_i18n, to disable string translation and thereby improve performance. By default, string translation is turned off (
puppet_enterprise::master::disable_i18n = true).
Restart shell after install for PE client tools subcommands
After installing PE, the commands in the PE client tools aren't available on the PATH until you restart your shell.
Change to lsbmajdistrelease fact affects some manifests
In Facter 2.2.0, the
lsbmajdistrelease fact changed its value from the first two numbers to the full two-number.two-number version on Ubuntu and Amazon Linux systems. This might break manifests that were based on the previous behavior. For example, this fact changed from:
Change allow_no_actionpolicy parameter to enforce MCollective action policies
The MCollective ActionPolicy plugin is installed by default in PE. Within the configuration of MCollective, there is a setting that can be used to enforce the use of this ActionPolicy. By default this setting (
plugin.actionpolicy.allow_unconfigured) is hardcoded to
1. This default prevents you from enforcing the use of configured action policies.
To change this setting, use the console to edit the value of the
allow_no_actionpolicy parameter of the
puppet_enterprise::profile::mcollective::agent class located in the PE MCollective node group. To allow ActionPolicy, enter
puppet module list --tree shows incorrect dependencies after uninstalling modules
If you uninstall a module with
puppet module uninstall <module name> and then run
puppet module list --tree, you see a tree that does not accurately reflect module dependencies.
The Puppet module tool does not support Solaris 10
When attempting to use the PMT on Solaris 10, you'll get an error like:
Error: Could not connect via HTTPS to https://forgeapi.puppetlabs.com Unable to verify the SSL certificate The certificate may not be signed by a valid CA The CA bundle included with OpenSSL may not be valid or up to date
This error occurs because there is no CA-cert bundle on Solaris 10 to trust the Forge certificate. To work around this issue, download directly from the Forge website and then use the PMT to install from a local tarball.