Alright, you’ve fallen in love with the Dashboard in MunkiWebAdmin – we don’t blame you, it’s quite the sight. Now you know one day you’ll hack on Django and the client pre/postflight scripts until you can add that perfect view to further extend it’s reporting and output functionality, but in the meantime you just want to export a list of all those machines still running 10.6.8. Mavericks is free, and them folks still on Snow Leo are long overdue. If you’ve only got a handful of clients, maybe you set up MunkiWebAdmin using sqlite(since nothing all that large is actually stored in the database itself.)
Let’s go spelunking and try to output just those clients in a more digestible format than html, so I’d use the csv output option for starters. We could tool around in an interactive session with the sqlite binary, but in this example we’ll just run the query on that binary and cherry-pick the info we want. Most often, we’ll use the information submitted as a report by the pre- and postflight scripts munki runs, which dumps in to the reports_machine table. And the final part is as simple as you’d expect, we just select all from that particular table where the OS version equals exactly 10.6.8. Here’s the one-liner:
$sqlite3 -csv /Users/Shared/munkiwebadmin_env/munkiwebadmin/munkiwebadmin.db\ "SELECT * FROM reports_machine WHERE os_version='10.6.8';"
And the resultant output:
b8:f6:b1:00:00:00,Berlin,"","",192.168.222.100,"MacBookPro10,1","Intel Core i7","2.6 GHz",x86_64,"8 GB"...
You can then open that in your favorite spreadsheet editing application and parse it for whatever is in store for it next!