[Puppet Users] Re: what's the google's pupetmaster structure ?
2008-05-01 01:49:26 GMT
I would also love to get more details on this setup. I have tried following the Multiple Certificate Authorities page on the wiki but to no success. - Jeremy On Apr 30, 10:08 am, "Paul Lathrop" <p... <at> tertiusfamily.net> wrote: > On Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 5:41 PM, Ohad Levy <ohadl... <at> gmail.com> wrote: > > We handled the certificate management in a different way, since all of our > > puppet masters are also puppet clients, there is a hierarchy of > > certificates, but each puppet master can still sign the clients below, and > > as its trusted, each client can connect to any other puppet master. > > That sounds like a really interesting and useful setup. Would you be > willing to share more specifics? How did you set this up? > > Regards, > Paul > > > On Wed, Apr 30, 2008 at 5:31 AM, Joel Wood <jw... <at> joelwood.com> wrote: > > > > On the DNS round robin bit, if you also want some redundancy with your > > > load distribution you could always use wackamole. It allows you to share > > > a pool of virtual ips between a number of hosts. You can use it with DNS > > > round robining to give you failover of sorts. > > > >http://www.backhand.org/wackamole/ > > > > -Joel(Continue reading)