This page lists changes to the
puppet-agent package. For details about changes to components in a
puppet-agent release, follow the links to those components in the package release’s notes.
puppet-agent package’s version numbers use the format X.Y.Z, where:
- X must increase for major backwards-incompatible changes
- Y can increase for backwards-compatible new functionality
- Z can increase for bug fixes
If you’re upgrading from Puppet 3.x
puppet-agent package installs the latest version of Puppet 4. Also read the Puppet 4.0 release notes, since they cover any breaking changes since Puppet 3.8.
Puppet agent 1.9.3
Released March 9, 2017.
Puppet agent 1.9.2
Released February 27, 2017.
This release of Puppet agent only includes changes to the Puppet component, with a Puppet 4.9.3 bug fix release. All other components remain unchanged.
Puppet agent 1.9.1
Released February 10, 2017.
Puppet agent 1.9.0
Released February 1, 2017.
pxp-agent 1.4.0 new features
You can now configure
pxp-agent to write an access log of messages received by the agent. See https://github.com/puppetlabs/pxp-agent#pcp-access-logging for details. (PCP-387)
This release supports PCP version 2, an update that changes to a simpler text-based protocol that only supports immediate delivery (no message expiration) to a single target. It can be enabled by setting the
pcp-version option to
2 and connecting it to a version of pcp-broker supporting PCP v2. (PCP-647)
We now publish
puppet-agent packages for Fedora 25.
Platforms end of life
As of this release of
puppet-agent, we are no longer be providing packages for the following platforms:
- Fedora 22
- Mac OS X 10.9
- Ubuntu 15.10 (Wily)
- Ubuntu 10.04 (Lucid)
- SLES 10