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Hello Guys,

When client comes and check  master every 30 minutes for any changes, if there is any changes, it will execute. I have a question regarding  configuration file, when client comes and look for changes, do you know which file it checks first ?
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The client points to the master, which then executes the catalog as presented by the master. From what I have seen, it goes right down the module list. If you make a change to any module though, you have to restart the Puppermaster daemon (which recompiles / checks the module list) or the changes won't be picked up.
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