As known issues are discovered in Puppet 5.5 and its patch releases, they’ll be added here. Once a known issue is resolved, it is listed as a resolved issue in the release notes for that release, and removed from this list.
host type supports only one IP address for each hostname. Because of this, you cannot use both an IPv4 and IPv6 address for the same hostname. PUP-9480
Puppet 5.5.11 adds support for macOS 10.14 Mojave. However to manage users and groups, you must grant Puppet Full Disk Access. To give Puppet access on a machine running macOS 10.14, go to
System Preferences > Security & Privacy > Privacy > Full Disk Access, and add the path to the Puppet executable. PA-2226, PA-2227
Puppet runs generate an autosign warning, indicating that autosign is deprecated. We’re un-deprecating autosign in a future release and you can ignore this warning.
PUP-8009: Puppet 5.1.0 introduced support for internationalized strings in Puppet modules. However, this feature can cause significant performance regressions if environment caching is disabled, for instance by setting
environment_timeout==0, even if the module doesn’t include internationalized content. Puppet 5.3.2 introduced an optional
disable_i18n setting in
puppet.conf to avoid using localized strings and restore degraded performance.