what is base modulepath in puppet?

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Jul 30 in Puppet by anonymous
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The base modulepath is a list of global module directories for use with all environments. 

It can be configured with the basemodulepath setting, but its default value is probably suitable for you unless you’re doing something unusual.

The default value of the basemodulepath setting is $codedir/modules:/opt/puppetlabs/puppet/modules. (On Windows, it will just use $codedir\modules.)

answered Jul 30 by Sirajul
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