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10. Red Hat
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KNIFE-CONFIGURE(1) Chef Manual KNIFE-CONFIGURE(1)
knife-configure - Generate configuration files for knife or Chef Client
knife configure [client] (options)
Generates a knife.rb configuration file interactively. When given the --initial option, also creates a new administrative user.
knife configure (options)
Create an initial API Client
-r, --repository REPO
The path to your chef-repo
Create a configuration file for knife. This will prompt for values to enter into the file. Default values are listed in square brackets if
no other entry is typed. See knife(1) for a description of configuration options.
knife configure client directory
Read the knife.rb config file and generate a config file suitable for use in /etc/chef/client.rb and copy the validation certificate into
the specified directory.
o On a freshly installed Chef Server, use knife configure -i to create an administrator and knife configuration file. Leave the field
blank to accept the default value. On most systems, the default values are acceptable.
user@host$ knife configure -i
Please enter the chef server URL: [http://localhost:4000]
Please enter a clientname for the new client: [username]
Please enter the existing admin clientname: [chef-webui]
Please enter the location of the existing admin client's private key: [/etc/chef/webui.pem]
Please enter the validation clientname: [chef-validator]
Please enter the location of the validation key: [/etc/chef/validation.pem]
Please enter the path to a chef repository (or leave blank):
Creating initial API user...
Created (or updated) client[username]
Configuration file written to /home/username/.chef/knife.rb
This creates a new administrator client named username, writes a configuration file to /home/username/.chef/knife.rb, and the private
key to /home/username/.chef/username.pem. The configuration file and private key may be copied to another system to facilitate adminis-
tration of the Chef Server from a remote system. Depending on the value given for the Chef Server URL, you may need to modify that set-
ting after copying to a remote host.
Chef was written by Adam Jacob email@example.com with many contributions from the community.
This manual page was written by Joshua Timberman firstname.lastname@example.org. Permission is granted to copy, distribute and / or modify this docu-
ment under the terms of the Apache 2.0 License.
Knife is distributed with Chef. http://wiki.opscode.com/display/chef/Home
Chef 10.12.0 June 2012 KNIFE-CONFIGURE(1)