How to dry-run with chef-client

The answer is simple: do not "dry-run", do "why-run"!

chef-client --why-run
chef-client -W

And the output looks nicer when using "-Fmin"

chef-client -Fmin -W

As with all other automation tools, the dry-run mode is not very predictive. Still it might indicate some of the things that will happen.

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