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Updated by Fran├žois ARMAND almost 5 years ago

As explain in http://www.rudder-project.org/redmine/issues/8022#note-9, we don't want to send to Rudder server inventory that will be refused FOR SURE, letting the agent think it is ok, where it is not.  

 So we have to do create a "check inventory" script, to execute before sending (or it is a "send inventory" script, with a pre-send part for checks), and that will ensure that the follwing attribute are filled:  

 - RUDDER/UUID 
 - RUDDER/HOSTNAME or OPERATINGSYSTEM/FQDN 
 - RUDDER/OWNER 
 - RUDDER/AGENT/POLICY_SERVER_UUID 
 - RUDDER/AGENT/AGENT_NAME 
 - OPERATINGSYSTEM/{FULL_NAME or KERNEL_NAME or NAME} 
 - OPERATINGSYSTEM/KERNEL_VERSION or if    OPERATINGSYSTEM/KERNEL_NAME.toLowerCase == aix: HARDWARE/OSVERSION 


 For information, the following rules are checked on Rudder side: they are less strict, but I'm almost sure it is for bad (i.e: code not cleaned) reasons: 

 - RUDDER/UUID (or else UUID anywhere - not sure we should do that) 
 - RUDDER/HOSTNAME or else HOSTNAME anywhere in 2.11,3.0 (not sure it's ok) or else in 3.1 OPERATINGSYSTEM/FQDN 
 - RUDDER/OWNER or else USER anywhere 
 - RUDDER/AGENT/POLICY_SERVER_UUID or else POLICY_SERVER anywhere 
 - RUDDER/AGENT/AGENT_NAME or else AGENTNAME anywhere 
 - OPERATINGSYSTEM/{FULL_NAME or KERNEL_NAME or NAME} 
 - OPERATINGSYSTEM/KERNEL_VERSION or if    OPERATINGSYSTEM/KERNEL_NAME.toLowerCase == aix: HARDWARE/OSVERSION 


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