Clint Savage wrote:
It might be overkill, but puppet dashboard is pretty nice. It's
web interface, kind of like a nagios for puppet, telling you exactly
the things you want to know above. Plus, it has some pretty graphs
:) It runs on cron jobs too. I've set it up once about a year ago,
pretty nice. I'm sure it's improved some since then. Again, I'd be
happy to help set this up.
That's going to run afoul of infrastructure's desire to only run tools
that are acceptable for packaging in Fedora/EPEL AFAIK. As with
almost any other rails application, puppet-dashboard bundles a number
of ruby gems that make it unacceptable -- last I looked anyway.
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