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Release notes for 0.41

Common

This module doesn't use rsync, so it works with sudo and Windows, too. And it is also possible to use it with templates. If a file should be used as a template, you have to name it somefile.ext.tpl.

⁠task "prepare", "mysystem01", sub {
⁠
⁠    # upload directory recursively to remote system.    sync_up "/local/directory", "/remote/directory";
⁠
⁠    sync_up "/local/directory", "/remote/directory", {
⁠
⁠        # setting custom file permissions for every file        files => {
⁠            owner => "foo",
⁠            group => "bar",
⁠            mode  => 600,
⁠        },
⁠
⁠        # setting custom directory permissions for every directory        directories => {
⁠            owner => "foo",
⁠            group => "bar",
⁠            mode  => 700,
⁠        },
⁠    };
⁠
⁠    # download a directory recursively from the remote system to the local machine    sync_down "/remote/directory", "/local/directory";
⁠};

To get a list of all returned information:

use Data::Dumper;
⁠my %hw_info = Rex::Hardware->get(qw/VirtInfo/);
⁠print Dumper( \%hw_info );

To get the hypervisor:

⁠task "info", "mysystem01", sub {
⁠    my %hw_info = Rex::Hardware->get(qw/VirtInfo/);
⁠
⁠    say "Role: " . $hw_info{VirtInfo}->{virtualization_role};
⁠    say "Type: " . $hw_info{VirtInfo}->{virtualization_type};
⁠};

Documentation

Rex/Gearman

Rex/Boxes

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