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Probably not related, but at my home setup I use at 'site.pp':

# manage cron jobs in separate files - call with enable => "false" to delete the job
define cron_job( $enable = "true", $interval = "daily", $script = "", $package = "" ) {
        file { "/etc/cron.$interval/$name":
                content         => $script,
                ensure          => $enable ? {
                        "false" => absent,
                        default => file,
                },
                force           => true,
                owner           => root,
                group           => root,
                mode            => $interval ? {
                        "d"     => 644,
                        default => 755,
                },
                require         => $package ? {
                        ""      => undef,
                        default => $package,
                },
        }
}


So I can create new cron jobs like:

        cron_job { "test":
                interval        => "hourly",
		enable		=> "false",
                script          => "#!/bin/bash
PATH=/usr/kerberos/sbin:/usr/kerberos/bin:/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/X11R6/bin
date >> /tmp/test.log
",
     		}

Would this be useful for Fedora Infrastructure?

Regards
Pablo


----- Mensaje original -----
> De: "seth vidal" <skvidal@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Para: "infrastructure" <infrastructure@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Enviados: Viernes, 1 de Junio 2012 7:38:12
> Asunto: cron jobs and puppet
> 
> From now on -PLEASE- no one use the cron {} keyword in puppet.
> 
> If you need to put a cron job in place via puppet you do it either
> using /etc/cron.[hourly|daily] or you put a .cron file in /etc/cron.d
> and reference it that way.
> 
> I am so tired of having to chase through /var/spool/cron for system
> cron jobs and I'm really tired of ensure=absent for cron jobs not
> working.
> 
> so no more.
> 
> it's gone.
> 
> poof.
> 
> I'll work on rooting out the rest of them as I get to them.
> 
> -sv
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