|| at Jun 29, 2012 at 10:04 pm
In regard to: [Puppet Users] puppet node report, hai wu said (at 3:04am on...:
Is there a way to download latest node report log from puppet dashboard?
There's a way to do just about anything, but before you write some
complicated web screen-scraping code to get the report from the web
interface of dashboard, consider just enabling additional report backends
and instead pulling the data from there.
There was a very good blog post about "when puppet reports" a few weeks
ago, check it out for more information on other reporting backends that
are available and how you might go about developing your own (perhaps
one for a database). Seehttp://puppetlabs.com/blog/when-puppet-reports-part-1/
Note also there's a part 2 that you'll want to check out.
The most straightforward method would probably be to enable the yaml
backend and just pull the data from there.
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