Chef on AWS
27 May 2013
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Chef-server won’t install correctly on a stock Amazon Linux image. The following needs to be modified to allow it to work as expected (still isn’t patched in latest Chef):
Edit the following file:
$ vi /opt/chef-server/embedded/cookbooks/runit/recipes/default.rb
Add the following stanza after the platform_version “if” statement:
when “amazon” include_recipe “runit::upstart”
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