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Context-specific Security Settings

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CFEngine is very simple to set up and use, especially if all of the clients and the hub are going to be using the same promises....
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From black box magic to automation transparency

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The CFEngine policy analyzer is an awesome new service introduced in CFEngine 3.13. The policy analyzer allows you to quickly debug policies and inspect what is...
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Hacking custom variables for additional augments in CFEngine

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This post was syndicated with permission from the original source. CFEngine 3.12.0 introduced the augments key to the Augments file format. If you are not...
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CFEngine 3.12.1 LTS Released

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CFEngine 3.12.1 LTS has now been released. This release brings many stability and performance improvements to the 3.12 LTS series. It is a stable and well-tested...
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CFEngine 3.13.0 released

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Today we are very happy to announce the release of CFEngine 3.13.0. This is a non-LTS release, introducing new features and functionality. There is a lot happening...
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CFEngine LTS 3.10.5 released

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Today we are very happy to announce the maintenance release of CFEngine 3.10.5. This is an update to the LTS 3.10 series, adding improved stability, several...
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missing_ok and multiple augments in 3.12.0

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At SURFsara we use CFEngine on our National Compute Cluster (LISA) and other systems as our configuration management tool. With the release of CFEngine 3.12 I...
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Restricting CFEngine to one CPU core using Systemd

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In some performance critical situations, it makes sense to limit management software to a single CPU (core). We can do this using systemd and cgroups. CFEngine...
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CFEngine 3.12.0 LTS Released

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Today we are happy to announce the general availability of CFEngine 3.12.0 LTS! This release has a lot of new features, and we are very excited about...
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