Re: Central configuration storage
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> You appear to be about to reinvent Active Directory. There's quite a bit
> of material around the Net concerning that. Look particularly at Group
> Policy within domains.
I indeed did check briefly, but came to the conclusion that LDAP was
mostly suited for authentication, because it's not really possible (or
supported by the various applications) to store the complete
configuration in LDAP, as I initially did expect. The tips on Puppet and
Cfengine seem to match more what I want to do. That is defining in LDAP
that "there is an Apache vhost with these general parameters" and
letting Puppet/Cfengine handle the actual creation of the config file.
If I'm wrong, please correct, as I started this discussion to learn :P.
- - Nick
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