provision - Digital Rebar Provision is a simple and powerful Golang executable that provides a complete API-driven DHCP/PXE/TFTP provisioning system

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simple, fast and open API-driven server provisioning. Digital Rebar Provision (DRP) is a APLv2 simple Golang executable that provides a simple yet complete API-driven DHCP/PXE/TFTP provisioning and workflow system.

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