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Puppet - How to Use [facter variables]
2014/01/26
 
Facter variables which are the system settings are set automatically, It's possible to use them if need.
[1] Display facter variables.
[root@dlp ~]#
facter

architecture => x86_64
augeasversion => 1.0.0
bios_release_date => 01/01/2007
bios_vendor => Seabios
bios_version => 0.5.1
blockdevice_vda_size => 21474836480
blockdevice_vda_vendor => 6900
...
...
...
uptime_hours => 4
uptime_seconds => 14460
uuid => D18358C8-192C-E194-85F7-F8D46D1DBA68
virtual => kvm
[2] For example, if OS is "RedHat" or "CentOS" and version is "6.5", apply "sample01" class, if version is not "6.5", apply "sample02" class, if OS is not "RedHat" or "CentOS", apply "sample03" class.
[root@dlp ~]#
vi /etc/puppet/manifests/site.pp
class sample01 {
    file { '/home/testfile.txt':
        ensure  => file,
        owner   => 'root',
        group   => 'root',
        mode    => 644,
        content => 'This is the puppet test file.',
    }
}
class sample02 {
    user { 'cent':
        ensure     => present,
        home       => '/home/cent',
        managehome => true,
        password   => '$6$0XTc2rjlxxxxxxxx',
    }
}
class sample03 {
    file { '/home/testfile2.txt':
        ensure  => file,
        owner   => 'root',
        group   => 'wheel',
        content => 'test file2',
    }
}
case $operatingsystem {
    'RedHat', 'CentOS': {
        if $operatingsystemrelease == '6.5' { include 'sample01' }
        else                                { include 'sample02' }
    }
    default:            { include 'sample03' }
}
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