What are resource types in puppet?

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Jul 26 in Puppet by Vicky
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Every resource (file, user, service, package, and so on)  is associated with a resource type within the Puppet language. 

The resource type defines the kind of configuration it manages.

It  has  many built-in resource types, like files, cron jobs, services, etc. 

Custom resource types are written in Ruby, and have access to the same capabilities as Puppet’s built-in types.

For an in-depth reference about the resource types of puppet do have a look:

https://puppet.com/docs/puppet/6.7/resource_types.html

answered Jul 26 by Sirajul
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