Le mardi 05 octobre, Rob McBroom écrivit : > On Oct 5, 2010, at 10:38 AM, Nick Douma wrote: > > > I'm looking for a solution to store configuration files in a central location. My first guess was to look at LDAP, and see if you can use that for keeping track of configuration. > > Have a look at Puppet. I use LDAP to store information about systems, and then based on that information, Puppet pushes out (or modifies) configuration files, among other things. (LDAP support is built-in, so long as you add an objectClass and a couple of attributes to your schema.) Yes, I suggest also puppet. It is far secure to have files on each servers, and have a something keeping them updated. Imagine if your LDAP server stops, even with slaves, I won't bet... I see one problem, you speak about Windows...and there, puppet does not support it (yet ?). I think cfengine can support somewhat Windows.
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