7:25 PMFACTER command in Linux : showing system facts
Facter - Collect and display facts/information about the system like uptime, OS info, memory usage, PATH, processor, n/w etc.
version: Print the version and exit.
help: Print this help message.
debug: Enable debugging.
trace: Enable backtraces.
timing: Enable timing.
If no facts are specifically asked for, then all facts of the system will be printed.
We can specify a fact also and facter will return the info for that fact. For example if we want to know the uptime of the system,
You can use grep on top of facter to fetch any system information. Its really helpful to get any information about a system. Example:
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