This is the Windows app named Salt whose latest release can be downloaded as salt-3001.8.tar.gz. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Salt Bootstrap is a shell script that detects the target platform and selects the best installation method. (Supported Platforms) Your Salt master can manage itself, so a Salt minion is installed along with the Salt master. Before implementing Salt to manage any data center infrastructure it is important to understand a few things about Salt platform support including: What platforms will the Salt Master run on? What systems and infrastructure can be managed by a Salt Minion? Salt runs on and manages many versions of Linux, Windows, Mac OS X and UNIX. The Salt Supported Operating System document defines the specific operating systems that are fully supported and outlines the package creation policy for each operating system listed. The document also outlines the best-effort support policy for additional operating systems. Salt Bootstrap is a shell script that detects the target platform and selects the best installation method.
- Remotely execute shell commands on managed systems
- Remotely execute Salt execution modules on managed systems
- Salt lets you remotely execute shell commands across multiple systems using cmd.run
- While shelling out using cmd.run is certainly useful, the real power comes when you add Salt execution functions
- Define a target to select one or more systems
- Use custom, user-defined data to define a target
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