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If you know you are on RHEL or Centos what are the ways to determine
which version you are on?
Well it depends upon why you want to know. Most reciently i wanted to automatically
choose the correct version of EPEL to install. I chose to use
yum version | grep '^Installed: ' | sed -e 's!^Installed:[ \t]\+\([^ \t/]\).*$!\1!'
other possibilities, instead of yum were:
View insights_into_vm_in_miq.yml
---
- hosts: all
become: yes
tasks:
- name: Install redhat-access-insights
yum:
name: redhat-access-insights
state: present
register: install_insights_task
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https://github.com/wprl/baucis
Baucis enables you to build scalable REST APIs using the open source tools and standards you and your team already know.
Build scalable REST APIs using the open source tools and standards you and your team already know — Mongoose, Express, and Node.js streams. Baucis takes the boilerplate out of building and maintaining scalable HATEOAS/Level 3 REST APIs.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HATEOAS
http://martinfowler.com/articles/richardsonMaturityModel.html
Some popular web server frameworks (that may or may not be HATEOAS):
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