I would like to build a script, which notifies me, when a production host
notices, that there change on a host, based on the Puppet exit codes
without executing it.
This doesn't returns a code. According to several posts on the web it
should work. (I know that --test should also inherit --detailed-exitcode).
But it didn't work for me:
puppet agent --test --noop --detailed-exitcode
I'd like to avoid to build a bash wrapper around it if Puppet provides
already the function to dry-run and return an exit code, so I can build it
entirely in Ruby.
Would really appreciate it if somebody could help.
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