- A system that runs the bcfg2 command. Typically, this
is to receive a configuration from a Bcfg2 server.
- A type of plugin which provides file contents. For example
- A Python-based templating engine. Genshi Homepage.
- A “tag” assigned to a client through a probe or other plugin.
- irc channel
- #bcfg2 on freenode
- A script that executes on a client machine and sets client
metadata such as group membership.
- A special type of group that a client is explicitly assigned to.
- A collection of folders and files that together define the
configurations that Bcfg2 applies to clients. The repository
is located at /var/lib/bcfg2 by default. This is not
to be confused with a VCS repository, which is an
excellent place to pull your Bcfg2 repository from to manage
changes. When used alone, repository refers to a Bcfg2
- Stands for Version Control System.