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Documentation for Puppet-Gluster

Gluster
2013-11-20

Ironically, one of the reasons that I started writing Puppet code, was so that I could spend more time designing and building, and less time writing documentation. I suppose I’m a victim of my success, because Puppet-Gluster has grown large enough to warrant its own documentation.

So I gave in, and put together some documentation.

It’s available as markdown, and, also as a pdf. As before, there is an examples/ directory which you might want to use as additional reference.

Please send me feedback! I want to hear about any parts you found confusing, spelling and/or grammar fixes, and any other information that you think I should add.

The documentation is also mirrored at the gluster forge.

Happy hacking,

James

 

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