Purpose of node block in Puppet

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What is the purpose of node block in puppet? Where is it used?
Mar 11 in Puppet by Kim
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A node block allows you to specify Puppet code that will only apply to certain agent nodes. The defaultnode applies to every agent node that does not have a node block specified--we will leave it empty. 

answered Mar 11 by Shalaka

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