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Analyzes Salt's highstate output and produces a report.

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Analyzes Salt's highstate output and produces a report.

Installation

pip install salinity

Usage

salt-call --local --state-output=changes state.highstate | tee salt.output
salinity salt.output

Example output:

Top changes:
1. 61404.014 ms: file.managed: /data/grafana/etc/provisioning/dashboard_specs/node_exporter_full.json
2. 5428.821 ms: docker_container.running: prometheus
3. 5262.512 ms: docker_container.running: nginx
4. 4609.715 ms: docker_container.running: foo
5. 4211.843 ms: docker_container.running: grafana
6. 3013.05 ms: raid.present: /dev/md0
7. 1848.018 ms: service.running: foo.service
8. 1528.225 ms: file.managed: /var/downloads/jenkins.deb
9. 1467.314 ms: service.running: bar.service
10. 1466.487 ms: service.running: node_exporter

Limitations

  • currently supports only local salt-call runs
  • currently supports only --state-output=changes

v0.1.3

  • Bugfix: Fixed a crash when the ID and the name of a salt state are different.

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