System configuration for OpenStack Infrastructure
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README.md

Puppet Modules

These are a set of puppet manifests and modules that are currently being used to manage the OpenStack Project infrastructure.

The main entry point is in manifests/site.pp.

In general, most of the modules here are designed to be able to be run either in agent or apply mode.

These puppet modules require puppet 2.7 or greater. Additionally, the site.pp manifest assumes the existence of hiera.

See http://ci.openstack.org for more information.

Documentation

The documentation presented at http://ci.openstack.org comes from git://git.openstack.org/openstack-infra/system-config repo’s docs/source. To build the documentation use

$ tox -evenv python setup.py build_sphinx