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The Rancher v2.x systems summary script

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A Rancher v2.x instance


Understanding your cluster/node distribution on an on-going basis assists Rancher in sending you any prescriptive advisories related to scale and performance.

System information can be collected from a Rancher v2.x server node using the Rancher v2.x systems summary script.


The script needs to be downloaded and run directly on a host running a Rancher server container, either as a single node install or a Rancher Pod as part of a High Availability install. The script needs to be run by a user with access to the Docker socket or using sudo, as follows:

wget -O- | sudo bash -s


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  • Document ID:000020192
  • Creation Date: 06-May-2021
  • Modified Date:04-Apr-2024
    • SUSE Rancher

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