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The smart proxy manages remote services and is generally installed with all Foreman installations to manage TFTP, DHCP, DNS, Puppet, Puppet CA, Ansible, Salt, and Chef.
A Smart-Proxy is located on or near a machine that performs a specific function and helps foreman orchestrate the process of commissioning a new host.
First run the Puppet agent on the Foreman host which will send the first Puppet report to Foreman, automatically creating the host in Foreman’s database.
tab and your Foreman host should be visible in the list with an “O” status.
This includes variations for all supported database types.
The following operating systems are supported by the installer, have packages and are tested for deploying Foreman: It is recommended to apply all OS updates if possible.
This indicates its status is OK, with no changes made on the last Puppet run.
Next, we’ll install a Puppet module for managing the NTP service from Puppet Forge to our “production” environment (the default): (top right) to read the available Puppet classes from the puppet master and populate Foreman’s database.
It is configurable and the Puppet modules can be read or run in “no-op” mode to see what changes it will make.(#21374) No new deprecations with target version 1.19 were added.