knife-ec2 0.8.0 released

Ohai Chefs. We’ve released knife-ec2 0.8.0, now available for gem install on your workstation. This release includes improvements around connectivity options for the bootstrap process, particularly for VPC instances. THANK YOU! to all of our contributors for your work on this release, and also to everyone who took the time to report defects. We’d like […]

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Turn it to 11: Upgrading From Chef 10

Editor’s Note: A previous version of this blog post recommended setting cookbook\_path to nil in the knife.rb file. That line has been removed, as it causes an error in newer version of knife/chef-client. Either do not set the cookbook\_path or do not set it to nil when following these instructions.  You can find instructions on […]

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Chef 11 Released!

We’re incredibly proud to share the latest major release of Chef with you. The Chef Client and Chef Server are now separate projects. We will be making separate but compatible releases moving forward. You can download both of them from the Chef download page. Erchef, the Chef 11 Server The most significant new feature is […]

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Chef 10.16.2 Released!

More patches, more love We’ve have a bug fix release for you today. Included are a couple fairly critical bug fixes for an issue with incorrect permissions with cookbook_file and remote_file on Windows. Also included is a whyrun fix for remote_directory. Jamie Winsor has been a member of the Chef community and a great advocate […]

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Chef 10.14.4 Released!

We have another patch release for 10.14 for you today. This release is mostly fixes to the deploy provider and the error inspectors. The usual Rubygems, Debian packages and Omnibus packages are all up. Kendrick Martin was really helpful with some debugging work this release and has really been improving the Windows cookbooks. We’re naming […]

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Chef 0.9.14 Released

We’re excited to release Chef 0.9.14, with over 65 resolved bugs and improvements. With 0.10.0 right around the corner, we have been spending some extra time triaging tickets lately. Functionality changes and major new features are heading into 0.10 while 0.9 will continue forward as our stable branch for three months after 0.10.0 is released. […]

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