Puppet Server: Admin API: Environment Cache
This version of Puppet Server is not included in Puppet Enterprise. The latest version of PE includes Puppet Server 2.7.
When using directory environments, the Puppet master caches the data it loads from disk for each environment. Puppet Server adds a new endpoint to the master’s HTTP API:
To trigger a complete invalidation of the data in this cache, make an HTTP request to this endpoint.
(Introduced in Puppet Server 1.1/2.1)
This endpoint accepts an optional query parameter,
environment, whose value
may be set to the name of a specific Puppet environment. If this parameter
is provided, only the specified environment will be flushed from the cache,
as opposed to all environments.
A successful request to this endpoint will return an
HTTP 204: No Content.
The response body will be empty.
$ curl -i --cert <PATH TO CERT> --key <PATH TO KEY> --cacert <PATH TO PUPPET CA CERT> -X DELETE https://localhost:8140/puppet-admin-api/v1/environment-cache HTTP/1.1 204 No Content $ curl -i --cert <PATH TO CERT> --key <PATH TO KEY> --cacert <PATH TO PUPPET CA CERT> -X DELETE https://localhost:8140/puppet-admin-api/v1/environment-cache?environment=production HTTP/1.1 204 No Content
Access to this endpoint is controlled by the
puppet-admin section of
the configuration page
for more information.
In the example above, the
curl command is using a certificate and private key. You must make sure this certificate’s name is included in the
puppet-admin -> client-whitelist setting before you can use it.