Title
#linux
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DU

04/16/2020, 1:17 PM
hi, I have a few super micro servers that didn’t show accurate
hardware_xxx
from
system_info
e.g.
hardware_model
Actual: Super Server
Expect: X11SSH-F

hardware_version
Actual: 0123456789
Expect: 1.01

hardware_serial
Actual: 0123456789
Expect: WM199xxxxxxx
after checking
osquery/tables/system/linux/system_info.cpp
, I find out it matches
type 1 (System Information )
only. And the expect value is from
type 2 (Base Board or Module Information)
. I would like to propose several new columns to
system_info
table, i.e.
board_vendor
,
board_model
,
board_version
and
board_serial
, which is similar to
hardware_xxx
. What do you think?
theopolis

theopolis

04/16/2020, 4:44 PM
Very cool!
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DU

04/17/2020, 3:09 PM
Q: can sign CLA as individual?
theopolis

theopolis

04/17/2020, 3:48 PM
Yes, click the little red on the PR in the comment made by
communitybridge-easycla
and it should redirect you to a page where you can sign as a corporation or individual
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DU

04/18/2020, 3:46 AM
hm… this is what I saw
3:47 AM
oh, well, the individual show up when I open the developer console, I think it is just being hide under the “EASYCLA” blue footer
3:49 AM
probably because I am using Macbook Air 11, the screen is small, then the footer is “smartly” fixed at bottom
3:56 AM
CLA done 😄
3:57 AM
though not sure how to fix the LGTM analysis
Analysis failed (could not build the base commit (62f9938))
62f9938
is the commit of master branch
12:31 PM
@theopolis thanks for the merge. Last question, how often do we release osquery? I expect this feature will come at next one ?4.3.1?