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A RightScript is an executable piece of code that can be run on a server. RightScripts consist of changes that can be run on a server during the boot, operational, or shutdown phases. They cannot be run on a "stranded" server. A RightScript consists of a script (typically written in Bash, Ruby, or Perl), a set of attachments that are downloaded from S3, a set of packages that are installed using the system's package manager (yum in the case of Red Hat-based systems), and a set of input parameters that must be passed into the script. In order to use RightScripts on a server, a ServerTemplate must be created, the RightScript(s) must be added to the template, inputs must be provided, and lastly a server must be launched.
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