ohai - Ohai profiles your system and emits JSON

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Ohai detects data about your operating system. It can be used standalone, but its primary purpose is to provide node data to Chef.Ohai will print out a JSON data blob for all the known data about your system. When used with Chef, that data is reported back via node attributes.




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