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API for getting node's status

asked 2015-05-25 06:29:32 -0600

Boris gravatar image

I would like to use REST API for getting status of nodes.

Here is the API documentation

How can I know what is the status of a node? Is it completed updating its state or not? Is there a way I can get an event when it's completed?

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answered 2015-05-25 10:49:04 -0600

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The Node endpoint of the Puppet Master REST API returns static data that is used to compile catalogs for a given node name. The endpoint does not return any real-time information about nodes.

If you are storing Node information in PuppetDB, node status can be retrieved using the /nodes endpoint of that service:

This endpoint will provide: the last timestamp a node successfully contacted the master and retrieved facts, the last timestamp the master successfully compiled a catalog for the node, and the last timestamp that the node submitted a report to the master after applying a catalog. The /reports endpoint can be used to determine the success or failure of a particular run.

For real-time information on the status of a node, you will need to use an orchestration framework. MCollective has a puppet-agent plugin that can return the status of the Puppet agent on nodes:

The mco puppet status command will return information such as which nodes have the puppet service running and whether the puppet service is idling or applying a catalog.

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