Utlizing puppet manifests to install puppet modules

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My prime objective is to add all puppet modules automatically, so that I could be able to start all my dev and prod env's just with a single command. How do I utilize a puppet manifest to install all puppet modules? Is there any way that I could do this?
Aug 8, 2019 in Puppet by Karan
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You could use librarian-puppet to sync all 3rd party modules, it supports setting the modules' locations and versions. So production and dev run the  precisely the same code. The usage is very simple:

librarian-puppet install
  • In other cases we have a shell script that runs puppet two times:

  • one time a minimal module that is only responsible for fetching the required modules, 

  • and then the full blown puppet flow when all modules are available.

answered Aug 8, 2019 by Sirajul
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