Perl 6 - the future is here, just unevenly distributed

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00:02 chequers sorry, not totally clear how you suggest using that for pillar files
00:03 chequers also, one thing about most of these examples is they don't seem to support failing if a value isn't defined
00:05 hemebond There is a way to define default values.
00:05 hemebond So, basically you would have a syslog.sls or something
00:06 hemebond And in there you would use a dict Jinja variable .
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00:08 chequers hmm
00:09 hemebond Have a look at formulas and map.jinja
00:10 hemebond I don't have time right now to write up an example./
00:10 hemebond And haven't yet found a definitive example oinline.
00:11 chequers no worries, thanks for the pointers
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01:24 fyb3r is there any way to have auth requests not be needed so often? Ive got a salt master with about 200 minions and its getting massacred with requests
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01:25 hemebond fyb3r: Which version are you using?
01:25 fyb3r the master is 2015.8.1 but the minions are all 2015.5.x to 2014.7.x
01:26 hemebond At some point, I don't know which version, there was a change made to re-use authentication tokens.
01:26 fyb3r ill go through and find it then :)
01:26 fyb3r although it seems to have slowed down
01:27 fyb3r guess it was just the inital auth when restarting the daemon
01:27 hemebond Yes, they will all re-authenticate then, but it should only be once in the latest version.
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03:52 TTimoT If I'm running with --local and no master daemon, is there a problem with finding formulas?
03:52 TTimoT I see the docs telling to put file_roots entries in /etc/salt/master
03:52 TTimoT so far haven't had any success getting a formula to work
03:53 hemebond TTimoT: Are you using a master?
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03:58 TTimoT no it's just my local machine
03:59 hemebond Okay then you probably need to put the file_roots into /etc/salt/minion
03:59 TTimoT at first I had it in the master file
03:59 TTimoT and then I tried in minion as well
03:59 TTimoT no success either way :(
04:00 hemebond For formulas I usually just use symlinks.
04:00 hemebond Create a symlink in your states directory to myform-formula/myform
04:00 hemebond (wherever that formula directory might be)
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04:01 TTimoT ok let's try
04:01 hemebond I've never run masterless so I can't help much.
04:06 TTimoT ok great, directly doing a symlink from my /srv/salt to the formula works
04:06 TTimoT too bad I couldn't figure out how to make the 'documented way' work
04:06 TTimoT tyty
04:07 hemebond If you were using a master you'd have to restart the master after adding each formula if you did it the regular way.
04:07 hemebond Oh. Did you restart the minion after adding the formula?
04:08 TTimoT I don't think I have any processes running
04:09 TTimoT neither master or minion
04:09 TTimoT I just invoke 'salt-call --local state.highstate'
04:09 hemebond Maybe that's how masterless works. I don't know.
04:10 TTimoT yeah I think it is
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07:17 ashutoshn What is the best approach to write .sls file for installing a package from source ? Say, you have a specific version of package 'X' and then you download it and compile via same .sls file
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07:19 malinoff ashutoshn: best approach is to build a deb/rpm package and then install it
07:19 malinoff ashutoshn: take a look at fpm if you don't know anything about how packaging works
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07:20 malinoff https://github.com/jordansissel/fpm
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07:22 iggy good suggestions ^
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07:36 ashutoshn malinoff: I went through fpm repository. But I didn't understand if I have different distro in environment how will building packages help ?
07:36 malinoff ashutoshn: different distros like what?
07:37 malinoff ashutoshn: debian and ubuntu?
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07:37 Knuta sounds like he's managing a very diverse environment
07:37 ashutoshn oracle linux
07:38 Knuta ashutoshn: then you can build rpms
07:38 Knuta ashutoshn: oracle linux is pretty much redhat plus some proprietary features
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07:39 ashutoshn As Chef smartly identifies underlying distro with it's 'package' resource is there something which I can build in Salt to install packages ?
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07:39 ashutoshn Agreed @Knuta
07:40 Knuta ashutoshn: https://docs.saltstack.com/en/latest/ref/states/all/salt.states.pkg.html
07:41 ashutoshn Reason for using tar ball installation is because application on server farms are version specific, otherwise I would have simply went 'yum' way using pkg as @Knuta mentioned
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07:47 Knuta ashutoshn: if you have no choice but to install from source, you can distribute the source and a shell script for installation. You can make the script watch for new sources and execute the installation.
07:49 malinoff ashutoshn: what stops you from packaging using different names instead of different versions, like postgresql server package or python package do?
07:49 malinoff we have separate python and python3 packages, for example
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07:53 Knuta ashutoshn: I'd recommend listening to malinoff, but if you absolutely have to, here's a kludge which will install something from source: https://gist.github.com/knuta/abd6cdd7fba464b14854
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07:54 ashutoshn Got it @malinoff and how will I distribute across server-x which needs version-x and server-y needs version-y, if I go by name how will i have version-x installed on server-y ?
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07:56 malinoff ashutoshn: simply maintain a pillar with mapping between servers and package names
07:56 ashutoshn Ok @malinoff
07:57 malinoff although I'd go with a local rpm repository and configure different sections (each section for specific version) for servers that need this section
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07:57 malinoff similar to epel and epel-testing, but yourpackage, yourpackage2 and yourpackage3, for example
07:58 ashutoshn Awesome idea @malinoff
07:59 malinoff ashutoshn: well, a lot of people smarter than me already produced these ideas, I'm just trying to reuse them
08:02 malinoff ashutoshn: also, if you'll go with local rpm repositories, I'd suggest to use sonatype nexus - it was originally developed for java artifacts, but has plugin to mimic usual rpm repositories (but also deb, pypi, gem, npm etc etc)
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08:02 ashutoshn malinoff: Cool, will give it a shot
08:02 malinoff ashutoshn: we use it extensively as a single artifact storage instead of maintaining separate repositories for separate technologies
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09:35 daemonkeeper So, regarding "top_file_merging_strategy=same". "Can be set to same, which will process only the top file from the environment that the minion belongs to". This seems not to work from default -> whatever_env. Is that intended?
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10:38 mage_ any idea for this ? "Salt request timed out. The master is not responding. If this error persists after verifying the master is up, worker_threads may need to be increased." ?
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10:38 mage_ it doesn't timeout it's just that my SLS is building 30+ rbenv ..
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11:14 Guest71482 Hello there! Does anybody know how to speed up salt's pkg module when it works through repoquery?
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11:54 Ph-x S3 ext_pillar is totally broken in 2015.8.1, but I was pleasantly surprised that a fix is already in develop branch. :)
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12:23 DanyC hi, anyone can help me a bit with jinja? http://hastebin.com/ixefuvupoq.vala Basically i want to do: if the node is x then apply a special state else apply the generic state
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12:35 DanyC any ideas?
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12:36 AndreasLutro just copy the {% if from earlier?
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12:42 Rebus Hi, I finally got around to upload my little snippets for pillar and states to hide the node id and state list from other nodes. https://github.com/Arabus/saltstack-node-specific-pillar-states I worked on this a few weeks ago with some guys here and thought I might as well share the results
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13:51 zer0def quick question - is there any way to disable verify_ssl when pulling a file from s3 via the file.managed state?
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14:28 masterkorp Hello everyone
14:28 masterkorp what happened to the salt-call binary ?
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14:32 mortis__ what happened to it?
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14:38 numkem anyone having major memory usage (possibly leaking) since 2015.8.0?
14:39 masterkorp mortis__: on ubuntu 15.04, just boostraped and it isn't there
14:39 numkem it's rather random spikes but it will happen on all of my machines, it's just a matter of time
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14:42 mortis__ masterkorp: oh, we're using debian packages and its all good
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14:43 masterkorp its seems to be a packging problem
14:43 masterkorp i am not finding any reports on it
14:43 masterkorp gonna open an issue
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14:44 masterkorp mortis__: also jeaslous, would love to be using debian
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15:04 toastedpenguin RandyT_:  following up about the web.sls file
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15:45 paul___ I have an interesting chicken-and-egg issue. It seems the rabbitmq module is not loaded unless rabbitmqctl is already on the system. To install it (pyobjects) is easy, however, the SLS file won't compile because: "NameError: global name 'RabbitmqUser' is not defined"
15:45 DanyC guys, anyone able to spot what am i doing wrong? http://hastebin.com/tuwalecari.vhdl (in case i'm blind today)
15:46 DanyC http://hastebin.com/ciyoxasovo.vhdl => this is the good one
15:47 paul___ DanyC: ntp_internal_conf (line 5) != ntp_internal
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15:48 paul___ Perhaps ntp_internal/init will work (line 48-ish)?
15:48 DanyC paul___: but that is just an ID which to my understanding it can be anything and so doesn't need to match the sls naem - i.e ntp_internal
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15:50 paul___ DanyC: What is the return results of: salt['grains.get']('node_type', '') # line 33-ish?
15:51 paul___ DanyC: More to the point, what is the value of: "if node_type not in ['lon-consul']"
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15:54 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: greetings, was curious if you are triggering that sls off of orchestrate or reactor.
15:54 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: noticed you are hard coding the target.
15:55 DanyC paul___: how can i pull that info? cause running -l debug i don't see the info
15:55 seanie Is anyone using logstash or fluentd?
15:55 seanie With salt I mean.
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15:56 seanie I was thinking of posting the results of grains.items using salt-call into fluentd
15:56 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: filed this bug last week. curious if you ran into the same issue which forced you to hardcode those target ids https://github.com/saltstack/salt/issues/28877
15:56 saltstackbot [#28877]title: reactor triggered state fails with "no attribute 'id'" | Triggering a reactor SLS file from a 'salt/minion/\*/start' event and am hitting this error....
15:57 apergos good morning campers!  I have two masters, both up and running, and seeing the following behavior from minions: when bringing up a new minion, and after accepting key on first master in the list, it hangs on acceptance on the second master
15:57 apergos instead of accepting requests on first master and simply whining in the log about the second one
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15:57 apergos I have to assume this is not by design, since the second master could be down/offline and the minion would (in theory) function
15:58 apergos I don't see it in the issues on github though.  2014.7
15:58 toastedpenguin RandyT_: well we had someone help us get our deployments with salt up and running, they setup the orchestration for us, have since expanded it, so the hard coding was the orignial design
15:58 seanie Keys would be unique per minion to master apergos.
15:59 apergos I don't expect the second master to be able to process commands
15:59 apergos what I do expect is that the minion will handle commands from the first master where its key is accepted
15:59 toastedpenguin RandyT_: starting to dislike it though, having to launch a new minion with salt-cloud, wait for it to finish to then run the orchestration, it's not as automated as I would like
15:59 apergos instead of being 'stuck' waiting for acceptance from the second master
15:59 DanyC paul___: more interesting it seems on 2nd run it works
15:59 apergos does that make sense?
16:00 DanyC paul___: only first run after the clear_cache it fails
16:00 paul___ DanyC: On the minion: salt-call grains.item node_type
16:00 toastedpenguin and I am not sure we are using orchestration properly, the goal was to launch a minion with salt-cloud and then have the minion get its sw and configurations for its target purpose
16:01 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: do you know if you ended up actually being able to pass the target ID to the orchestration process?
16:01 toastedpenguin looking back at my notes I think that might be why it was hard coded, it was not working
16:02 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: I did the same thing with orchestration, but in the end, found that I could not restrict the highstate to just the cloud id that had been created. data['id'] is not available which is what that bug report is about.
16:02 paul___ DanyC: You can also define a cmd.run "echo {{ note_type not in ['lon-consul'] }}"
16:03 toastedpenguin RandyT_: ah ok, so if it was to work, what is passing the target ID to the orchestration?
16:03 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: ok, will see how the bug plays out. Trying to figure out if it is something unique to my configuration...
16:04 RandyT_ from chatting with babilen and others, apparently 'data' should be passed to orchestration and/or reactor and is not from what I can see.
16:05 RandyT_ so you should be able to reference data['id'] to get the id of the minion from the triggered event
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16:05 DanyC paul___: http://hastebin.com/emuqovizuq.vhdl
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16:05 toastedpenguin ok, so if its a new minion it "should" run and for existing minions it wont?
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16:06 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: correct, off of the 'salt/cloud/*/created' event.
16:07 toastedpenguin RandyT_: I should tryt it and see if I get the same result
16:07 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: I've reverted back to a process that I just have to run highstate multiple times to get through the reboot processes necessary to get the windoze box deployed.
16:07 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: would be interesting if you can confirm.
16:07 RandyT_ Let me put a gist out that you can have a look at to see what I have done as well... very similar to yours...
16:08 toastedpenguin RandyT_: that was why we built in all those reboots for name change/domain join, etc. though i did find a bug with windows update
16:09 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: trying to figure out on my end how to create a grain that would set reboot required from the win_wua.get_needs_reboot to stick in a few of these states...
16:10 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: and I guess I mention that as I saw some unpredictable behavior in windows update related to need for reboot...
16:11 toastedpenguin RandyT_: we only want the initial deployment windows update and reboot, we then defer to a remote patch management utility which is installed as part of the orchestratio run
16:11 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: I also have an outstanding issue I need to research a bit more to see why an install of Python2 is completing with error state because it needs a reboot..., which makes it uninstallable from what I can figure out.. at least with failhard: true.
16:11 toastedpenguin partially because windows has unpredictable results with patches
16:11 toastedpenguin and paritally because we need to be able to run reports for SSAE/NIST compliance
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16:14 CRM114 hey guys... I have a problem with salt incorrectly marking statsite as enabled..... see : https://gist.github.com/callumski/8509e63b00cd5287d8db anyone able to help?
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16:19 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: here is gist describing what I have tried, https://gist.github.com/rterbush/c3f28a0c5da3252ad26b
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16:29 toastedpenguin RandyT_: what calls the orchestration?
16:32 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: updated that gist to add that tidbit.
16:36 Sketch hmm, does anyone know why something run from cmd.run would not generate a core file?
16:38 Sketch i can see in the log that it segfaults, but no core file.  it does generate a core file when started locally on the machine without salt.
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16:40 jettero I have a tool I'm supposed to use from corporate that populates pillar files with yaml|gpg passwords for users...
16:41 jettero only thing is, inside the crypto, they're cleartext passwords.  How do you set the user pass (user.present:\npassword: {{ jinja here}}) from a cleartext password?
16:41 jettero is there a method I can use to make a passwd hash from it?
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16:42 Sketch hmm, actually even stranger.  salt-call cmd.run on the host does generate a core file.  salt host cmd.run from the master does not.
16:43 Sketch so there's something different about the way cmd.run works from the master
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16:58 evanlivingston Hey all. I'm trying to create users inside of a salt formula and I can't seem to figure it out. I'm not sure if my data in pillar.example is formed correctly or not.
16:58 evanlivingston here's a link to my logic to create the users and the extract from pillar.example
16:58 evanlivingston https://gist.github.com/evanlivingston/fba7f5e5bbdb2251d0d9
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17:04 VSpike evanlivingston: you should probably use the users formula https://github.com/saltstack-formulas/users-formula
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17:07 evanlivingston VSpike: yeah, I've looked at that a lot for help. it just bothers me that I can't figure out where I'm going wrong.
17:09 VSpike evanlivingston: it looks about right on the face of it. Do you know what the state is actually rendering as?
17:09 evanlivingston VSpike: how do you mean?
17:10 VSpike if you do a "salt-call -l debug state.sls foo.bar" from the minion you should see what actual yaml gets generated by the Jinja template
17:10 VSpike It may be in the minion log too, depending on the settings
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17:19 evanlivingston ok, trying to find it. I'm using kitchen-salt to execute the formula in a minionless manner
17:22 evanlivingston I'll set up a minion and try on my local machine and see what the output is
17:23 evanlivingston foo.bar is the name of the minion?
17:23 VSpike no, the state you want to run
17:23 VSpike you do the salt-call on the minion itself
17:23 VSpike you can also do "salt-call -l debug state.highstate"
17:24 VSpike Depends if you want to run a single SLS just for debugging, or the whole lot
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17:25 toastedpenguin is it possible to reference a URL as a location for a package instead of "installer: 'salt://win/repo-ng/salt-winrepo-ng/files/"
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17:40 gimpy2938 Trying to have salt manage an secondary network interface on 100+ minions...if I create a pillar like this https://gist.github.com/anonymous/3d573c9acee48c7c1ae4 it stops working after entry 'cn98', is there a limit of 99 "if" sections in sls files or is there a a better way for me to do this?
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17:49 winsalt why not do it in a loop, if the only thing that changes is the last digit you can probably use range() or something
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17:49 VSpike I wonder if we'll ever get 32 bit official ubuntu packages :/
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17:51 VSpike I suppose I could pip install on the 32-bit containers, but I hate having stuff outside of the package manager
17:52 gimpy2938 winsalt: Because the IPs can be arbitrary
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17:56 hal58th_1 gimpy2938: Is there an actual error?
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17:58 gimpy2938 hal58th_1: Just this: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/41d31f8a47a8c35f31d5
17:59 gimpy2938 winsalt: How would I loop it anyway given this code to do it outside of Salt?  https://gist.github.com/anonymous/f75465aaa64ca60800ee
18:00 hal58th_1 gimpy2938: yeap, that's an odd error all right.
18:01 VSpike gimpy2938: would it not be better to structure the pillar like https://gist.github.com/VSpike/d3c1dd0fb46319e4d67c and then look it up in Jinja by host?
18:01 gimpy2938 hal58th_1: Didn't see anything in the master config that would limit this...it works fine up until adding 1 too many entries
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18:04 gimpy2938 VSpike: Wouldn't that then make every minion have everything?
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18:11 hal58th_1 Well in Python (which jinja is using), it says "Therefore the maximum size of a python list on a 32 bit system is 536,870,912 elements."
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18:14 hal58th_1 gimpy2938: Can you post the 98th and 99th pillar entries, straight from your config?
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18:19 chadhs is it possible to use salt-cloud to provision aws ec2 instance with a masterless setup?
18:19 gimpy2938 hal58th_1: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/c842eadafea9411fbd71   nothing special about them
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18:21 hal58th_1 gimpy2938: properly closing with an {% endif %} I assume?
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18:22 gimpy2938 hal58th_1: Yea
18:22 hal58th_1 gimpy2938: That's an idea. Maybe you ran out of if's? Try closing the if statement and opening a new one
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18:24 RandyT_ chadhs: Ryan_Lane has written quite a bit on that topic. http://ryandlane.com/blog/2014/08/26/saltstack-masterless-bootstrapping/
18:24 Ryan_Lane well, we don't use salt-cloud
18:25 Ryan_Lane and we also only use autoscale groups. that said it's possible to provision an autoscale group with exactly one node
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18:27 chadhs oh cool thnx guys; also i saw one of your talks @Ryan_Lane, great stuff!
18:28 Ryan_Lane thanks :)
18:28 Ryan_Lane chadhs: check out the boto_* state modules
18:28 Ryan_Lane for instance: https://docs.saltstack.com/en/latest/ref/states/all/salt.states.boto_asg.html
18:29 Ryan_Lane notice that the boto_ec2 module can create single instances, but only in the develop branch
18:29 Ryan_Lane https://docs.saltstack.com/en/develop/ref/states/all/salt.states.boto_ec2.html
18:29 chadhs interesting; thanks
18:29 Ryan_Lane yw
18:30 Ryan_Lane make sure to check out the rest of the modules, too. AWS support via the state modules is pretty extensive,
18:30 Ryan_Lane chadhs: also, if you're looking at masterless in AWS, you'll probably need secret management at some point and you should also check out confidant ;)
18:31 Ryan_Lane (shameless plug)
18:31 chadhs excellent. i definitely will.  if it's working well for Lyft I'm sure it can work for Kissmetrics ^_^
18:32 Ryan_Lane let me know if you have any questions about any of the boto_* stuff. I'm always around.
18:33 chadhs awesome, i truly appreciated it.  im hopefully working on a demo in our test AWS environment this week
18:34 Ryan_Lane awesome
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18:48 whytewolf hey RandyT_ ever get orchestration working through reactor?
18:50 hal58th_1 gimpy2938: Did you try my suggestion?
18:55 gimpy2938 hal58th_1: No, I went with VSpike's for now even though it does make a big pillar with everyone's info available to everyone
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18:57 RandyT_ whytewolf: no, I did not.
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18:58 whytewolf RandyT_: this worked for me. https://gist.github.com/whytewolf/e0966de195ed153256c7
18:58 RandyT_ was just chatting with toastedpenguin earlier today regarding his and my experience with this.
18:59 whytewolf however you said that you switch to 'salt/cloud/*/created' have you checked what is returned in the event bus. to make sure the id is returned. it might be name in that case.
18:59 RandyT_ whytewolf: ah, that was your recommendation I recall.
19:00 whytewolf RandyT_: yes it was. cause data is in reactor. it is not in orch
19:00 RandyT_ whytewolf: I did try data['name'] in that case with no success.
19:00 RandyT_ whytewolf: I am also finding that I don't have data in reactor.
19:01 RandyT_ I moved from orchestration to triggering 5 separate reactor files and did not have data.
19:01 whytewolf at all?
19:01 RandyT_ maybe I did not test both cloud/*/created and minion_start?...
19:01 RandyT_ here is what I shared earlier today : https://gist.github.com/rterbush/c3f28a0c5da3252ad26b
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19:02 whytewolf when watching the event bus that blob of code that shows up is what is passed in as data.
19:02 RandyT_ whytewolf: here is the bug I filed last week https://github.com/saltstack/salt/issues/28877
19:02 saltstackbot [#28877]title: reactor triggered state fails with "no attribute 'id'" | Triggering a reactor SLS file from a 'salt/minion/\*/start' event and am hitting this error....
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19:03 RandyT_ whytewolf: I'm not clued enough to know how to watch the event bus.. please give me a clue :-)
19:04 whytewolf ont he master salt-run state.event pretty=True
19:05 whytewolf as for your gist. data isn't going to be in the orch. you need to pass something into orch to get information in there.
19:05 RandyT_ I'll give that a go when I get back to this later today. Up to my ears in SQLServer fun atm...
19:05 whytewolf ew.
19:06 RandyT_ whytewolf: that makes sense, but why not working in reactor?
19:06 RandyT_ that was my attempt to boil this down as simply as possible with same result.
19:06 RandyT_ yes... ew... I feel all dirty...
19:06 whytewolf RandyT_: that i do not know.
19:07 whytewolf I'm not currently using cloud to know if id isn't passed through cloud but it passes something else instead.
19:07 RandyT_ I'll dig into this a bit more and watch the event stuff to see what is going on.
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19:07 RandyT_ pretty sure I tried both, but who knows... there was a lot of dust in the air...
19:10 whytewolf lol, RandyT_ just read https://docs.saltstack.com/en/latest/topics/event/master_events.html#start-events. start events pass the id. cloud events pass name.
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19:12 RandyT_ ugh.. I am confused as to what I tried now. I know I tried both and would have expected to trip over it working in one of those cases...  will give this a look later. Thanks very much for revisiting and bringing your results to my attention.
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19:20 toastedpenguin is it possible to stop and start a service from within a state module like pkg.installed?
19:21 toastedpenguin I have a app that needs IIS stopped before it get installed
19:23 RandyT_ whytewolf: so, by virtue of that little detail, I have to maintain a separate set of reactor states for the minion_start vs the cloud_create...
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19:25 RandyT_ toastedpenguin: seems you might be able to do that with a require: of a state that shuts down IIS before doing the pkg.install...
19:25 RandyT_ cannot answer your question about whether it can live within the same state.
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19:32 chadhs @Ryan_Lane in your article were you running salt locally to boot strap this environment? http://ryandlane.com/blog/2014/08/26/saltstack-masterless-bootstrapping/
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19:35 chadhs @Ryan_Lane, may have answered my own Q "We’re doing orchestration via states run from an orchestration node. We’re not using a master. Config management on the nodes is done via the (custom) deployer. It’s generally a very simple deployer. It generates artifacts via jenkins, stores them in S3 and the nodes themselves pull the artifacts from S3 and deploy whichever is marked as current."
19:36 Ryan_Lane basically we can run orchestration anywhere we have an IAM role or IAM user credentials that can properly run the states
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19:37 Ryan_Lane the credentials work either by passing it in through salt, or just setting up boto
19:37 Ryan_Lane which includes access to IAM role credentials through the metadata
19:37 Ryan_Lane so, if you want to run it from your laptop, it's possible, even with MFA protected assumed roles, as long as it's making it to boto
19:38 Ryan_Lane the only thing we pass directly into salt is info about the regions
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19:41 chadhs @Ryan_Lane: so in theory for my test… i could have a salt-state repo and salt installed in my venv and run it against "locahost"
19:41 chadhs assuming i have boto setup with correct creds
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19:44 cliluw If I'm remoted into a minion, how do I test if the minion is connected to a master?
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19:44 Ryan_Lane chadhs: I actually have an example ;)
19:45 Ryan_Lane chadhs: https://github.com/lyft/confidant/tree/master/salt
19:45 Ryan_Lane of course, I haven't actually tried running that, but it should work in theory :D
19:45 Ryan_Lane I really need to finish that at some point. I should also probably mark it as a work in progress
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19:46 chadhs in a way i'm trying to emulate running ansible-playbooks against localhost to spawn stuff in aws
19:46 chadhs im in a similar place where you were ~1yr + ago doing quick demo/ports for our devops team
19:46 chadhs thnx for the help/primer here =)
19:47 Ryan_Lane yeah, this is how this works
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19:47 Ryan_Lane salt's AWS support is a lot better than Ansible's at this point
19:47 Ryan_Lane better than terraform's right now too
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19:48 chadhs very good to know.  ansible was quicker to get up and running with, but the salt docs seem richer/more complete
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19:50 chadhs i want to try and orchestrate all my resources with salt, and then also use salt for config mgmt and code deploys with no master.  in some instances a static set of boxen and some "at least 10 of these running"
19:50 chadhs but i digress…  im going to look at your example and play for a bit
19:50 chadhs thnx!
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19:51 saltstackbot [reddit-saltstack] How do I properly stop a minion? https://www.reddit.com/r/saltstack/comments/3t25fg/how_do_i_properly_stop_a_minion/ - 2015-11-16 - 19:50:53
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20:01 Striki Is Salt able to load custom made modules that are written in Python 3 ?
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20:17 forrest Striki, Not as far as I am aware.
20:17 forrest It isn't running under python3 yet, so unless your code is compatible with both, I doubt it.
20:17 Striki ok, I thought so. thank you
20:17 forrest np
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20:20 winsalt salt-cloud windows question:  Is the bootstrap supposed to join the computer to a domain and rename it?
20:22 toastedpenguin RandyT_: ever run into a situation where the windows minion is't reachable after a successful orchestration run?
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20:26 Knuta toastedpenguin: that doesn't sound successful to me :-P
20:27 toastedpenguin Knuta::-/
20:27 toastedpenguin Knuta: the expected result on the minion is successful but I can't communicate with the minion anymore
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21:00 eightyeight how do i escape ':' in file.append.text?
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21:07 eightyeight nvm
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21:23 dlloyd anyone know why the ppa salt packages for trusty have a traditional init.d file while precise has a symlink to the normal converted-upstart handler?
21:24 eightyeight so, i may have found a but
21:24 eightyeight *bug
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21:24 whytewolf dlloyd: unforchantly the maintainer that took care of the ppa packaging has not been heard from in a long while. so any questions about the PPA packages most likely will just be a mystery.
21:24 eightyeight when trying to append "  deny" to a config file, it does not show up
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21:25 dlloyd whytewolf: damn, guess i am repackaging :/
21:25 whytewolf dlloyd: you might look at the packages on repo.saltstack.com
21:26 dlloyd whytewolf: will do, thanks
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21:28 dlloyd hmm, repo has the same incorrect for upstart init.d script
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21:36 basepi_ there are two of me. muahahaha
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21:39 dlloyd is the build process for repo. documented anywhere?
21:40 whytewolf dlloyd: no, we keep hopeing they will soon
21:41 Bevo is there a consistent way to enable http proxy's for salts built in modules?, currently im having issues with archive.extracted just getting a timeout fetching an archive as its not using the http proxy that is defined in /etc/environment, also set with environ.setenv AND also having the upstart job for the salt-minion pull in the /etc/environment variables
21:41 basepi dlloyd: whytewolf: definitely plan to document soonish.
21:44 mpanetta iggy: Ping
21:44 mpanetta Or whoever owns hostsfile-formula :)
21:44 mpanetta I haver a PR to fix something. https://github.com/saltstack-formulas/hostsfile-formula/pull/15
21:44 saltstackbot [#15]title: Fixed formula so that if the mine function returns a single IP as a s… | …tring, it does not get corrupted.
21:44 mpanetta woah
21:44 mpanetta all fancy with the bot now
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21:53 winsalt hey, has anyone seen salt-cloud forget where winexe is.  I had it working a second ago, but now the bootstrap just says "Running command under pid 13821: -U 'Administrator%XXX-REDACTED-XXX'".  When it works there is "winexe -U" but it keeps leaving it out for some reason
21:54 dlloyd basepi: awesome, was just wondering why there is an actual init.d script in trusty, where as precise has the correct upstart symlink :/
21:54 basepi likely a mistake, I would create an issue on github so we can get it fixed.
21:55 dlloyd ok
21:55 dlloyd will do, thanks
21:56 dlloyd was asking about documentation because i can't even find the init.d script in the salt repo
21:59 mpanetta basepi: Whom do I talk to about merging a PR in saltstack-formulas?  Or at least getting it looked at?
22:00 chadhs @Ryan_Lane i riffed off what you and someone else i know (@forrest) have done in the past and think I have a pretty good base for spinning up AWS stuffs right on my Mac
22:00 chadhs gotta bounce, but thnx for your help earlier today ^_^
22:02 eightyeight this is what i'm seeing with a possible file.append bug: http://ae7.st/p/7zq
22:02 eightyeight can someone confirm this?
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22:03 eightyeight IE: the `- "  deny"' is not getting added to the config
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22:38 RandyT_ winsalt: I have not seen that behavior
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22:39 winsalt I dont know whats going on.  I had it working, full clone all the way through boostrap.
22:40 RandyT_ winsalt: are you using a local filesystem path to the binaries, or are you using the salt:// filesystem?
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22:41 winsalt which binaries are you talking about,  the salt installer?
22:42 winsalt if i do "which winexe" its in /usr/bin
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22:43 winsalt im using absolute path for the windows installer in the cloud.provider conf
22:43 RandyT_ winsalt: guess I read a bit into your message there... was referring to the salt minion binaries that it begins copying at some point in that process.
22:44 RandyT_ I've not seen that. Does it fail when that happens then?
22:45 winsalt so this is after its cloned, it renders the salt-bootstrap.sh, it connects on port 445, but then the commands it runs are missing "winexe
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22:46 winsalt https://gist.github.com/rmarcinik/162e897259f52df76851
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22:53 winsalt I have to leave soon, but if anyone has any suggestions please leave them in the gist.  Thanks :)
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23:33 sdm24 any ETA on when boron will be released? even a ballpark guess?
23:39 whytewolf I doubt it will be before the end of year.
23:39 Bevo is there any reason why tornados httpclient does not honour/configure http proxys?
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23:40 sdm24 thanks whytewolf
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23:48 jfindlay sdm24: should be beginning of next year
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