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delete vagrant vm's chef client and node from chef server on destroy
class OnDestroyMiddleware
def initialize(app, env)
@app = app
end
def call(env)
env["config"].vm.provisioners.each do |provisioner|
env.ui.info "Attempting to remove client #{provisioner.config.node_name}"
`knife client show #{provisioner.config.node_name}`
if $?.to_i == 0
env.ui.info "Removing client #{provisioner.config.node_name}"
`knife client delete #{provisioner.config.node_name} -y`
end
env.ui.info "Attempting to remove node #{provisioner.config.node_name}"
`knife node show #{provisioner.config.node_name}`
if $?.to_i == 0
env.ui.info "Removing node #{provisioner.config.node_name}"
`knife node delete #{provisioner.config.node_name} -y`
end
end
@app.call(env)
end
end
Vagrant::Action[:destroy].use(OnDestroyMiddleware)
@franklouwers
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Actually, Vagrant already provides a cleanup method in the provisioners base class that gets called on vm destroy. It just ins't filled in for most Provisioners. See http://frank.be/articles/2011/12/16/vagrant-and-chef-auto-deregister-on-vm-destroy/ for quick and dirty example

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patcon commented Dec 16, 2011

WHOA. world rocked. Had totally forgotten this once i actually started using the chef_client provisioner

thanks guys

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skippy commented Dec 16, 2011

@franklouwers; perfect! thanks

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c10l commented Dec 6, 2012

I adapted both cited works here and came to this: https://gist.github.com/4223941

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