Re: Central configuration storage
I tested puppet coupled with a version management system (git for me).
Seems pretty good for linux servers only. I don't know for windows servers.
On 05/10/2010 15:38, Nick Douma wrote:
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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. The intended setup is a farm of webservers, database servers and the like, on Debian and Windows machines. The point is to keep the configuration in a central location, so we can easily keep track of it and keep it seperated from the servers themselves. The final goal is to be able to more easily add new servers to the farm, that all serve the same data via loadbalancing.
Is LDAP a suitable solution for the above problem? I started with looking for a LDAP configuration storage method for Apache 2, but didn't find anything. Can anyone point me in the right direction, or maybe give me a starting point.
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