Cft'ing through changes

20 December 2006

I’ve started working on a tool that helps tracking changes to a system’s configuration, especially when it is controlled by Puppet. The tool is called cft (pronounced ‘sift’) and is inspired by Gnome’s Sabayon — it watches how an admin changes a system and produces a puppet manifest based on its observations.

Cft’s website has more info, sources can be found in the mercurial repo (the README and TODO files contain juicier details on how cft does what it does and possible future direction)

For discussions, please use the et-mgmt-tools list.

[ And I really really hope that this post doesn't break the Fedora Planet aggregator - I changed my blog to not generate URL's with &'s in them, those seem to trigger a bug in the FP aggregator ]

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