We are trying to pull all the Linux Prod, Qas, and Dev machines from the AWX tower to have a one stop shop for all Linux servers in our environment. How do we successfully pull that off. Ive see documentation about adding the Foreman credentials and using callbacks but not really understanding. Can anyone help, or has anyone done this successfully?
Bring all the Linux servers from the AWX tower to the Foreman application
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|Daniel Lobato Garcia
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|Ondřej Ezr and Shira Maximov
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|Foreman Remote Execution team
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|Engine to synchronise provisioning templates from GitHub
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|Foreman virt-who-configure team
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|Disable hosts on PuppetDB after they are deleted or built in Foreman. Follow GitHub - theforeman/puppetdb_foreman: PuppetDB proxy in Foreman and raise an issue/submit a pull request if you need extra functionality. You can also find some help in #theforeman IRC channel on Freenode.
|Daniel Lobato Garcia
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Thanks and I hope this helps.