I’m having an issue with Foreman:
We are using Foreman as an ENC (we have 2 Foreman instances load balanced by HAProxy). We have node.rb installed on all our puppet masters (5 in total). We have recently re-installed a big bunch of our machines (1200) and we moved them to another hostgroup. After the re-installation, some of out machines (~1/3) went back to the previous hostgroup.
We have investigated a bit and this is what we think has happened:
During the re-install, the foreman instances where quite loaded and may have drop some connections from the puppet masters asking for the ENC information (including the hostgroup). The puppet masters may have then used the cached information from /var/lib/puppet/yaml/node/ containing the old hostgroup which was then pushed back to the foreman and updated to the wrong value.
Do you think something like this could happen?
def attributes_to_import_from_facts attrs = [:architecture, :hostgroup] if !Setting[:ignore_facts_for_operatingsystem] || (Setting[:ignore_facts_for_operatingsystem] && operatingsystem.blank?) attrs << :operatingsystem end if !Setting[:ignore_facts_for_domain] || (Setting[:ignore_facts_for_domain] && domain.blank?) attrs << :domain end super + attrs end
Would it make sense to have a setting parameter like
:ignore_facts_for_domain for the
Should I open a bug report or something?