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Monitoring Puppet – Part 3

Ever been concerned about the health of your Puppet agents? You know they are executing, but you don’t know if execution is successful? I’d like to show how to achieve this by monitoring the syslog of the Puppet machines. In case any errors occur during Puppet’s execution, the appropriate error messages will be logged to […]

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Puppet stored configurations and Icinga

This is the first time I’ve been working with Puppet’s stored configurations. The reason for this was that we wanted to have an automatic Icinga configuration for all hosts managed by Puppet. For those who don’t know: Icinga is a fork of Nagios. Find more information about Icinga here: http://docs.icinga.org/. There is already various good […]

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