puppetrun's "--host" option is cumbersome
|Affected Puppet version:||0.25.4||Branch:||http://github.com/jes5199/puppet/tree/bug/master/3172|
Having to specify each host with “—host
A better, more UNIX-like scheme for arguments would be:
puppetrun [options] host [host [...]]
Where everything after the options is assumed to be a hostname.
This would make triggering mass runs simpler:
puppetrun -p 10 `cat nodes.txt`
Using —host also doesn’t make much sense in light of the fact that hostnames are not optional: you must specify at least one.
#3 Updated by Markus Roberts over 3 years ago
- Status changed from In Topic Branch Pending Review to Closed
- Target version changed from 49 to 2.6.0
Fixed in master (for 2.6.x) as commit:ebd03113d2c4024a7db603e73ca9f5dab34034c8
As it’s a refactor, not a bug fix, I’m changing the target from 0.25.6 to 2.6.