Small salt module providing cumulus.managed, to apply basic config on cumulus switches
Salt-cumulus is a small salt state, providing an easy way to configure the configuration of a cumulus switch.
It provides a simple interface to apply
net commands from a template.
It does not provide anything else for the moment. Most of others changes can be done via usual salt states.
This is a beta version. Use it at your own risk!
Simply run the following command on your switch:
pip install salt-cumulus
You can use in your sls files the following state:
test_config: cumulus.managed: - source: salt://config
Assuming the config file look like:
net add time ntp server ch.pool.ntp.org
The state will parse the lines in your templated file and run each command starting with
net add or
net del. Others elements are ignored, so you may add comments or other data as you like, but we suggest you starts comments with
Running this state will abort any pending configuration first: you should avoid using the
net command at the same time!
Source file. Behave as the
source argument of
Hash of the file. Behave as the
hash argument of
Type of hash. Behave as the
hash_name argument of
Skip hash verification. Behave as the
skip_verify argument of
Template format. Default to
jinja. Behave as the
template argument of
Data pased to the template. Behave as the as the
context argument of
Default values for the context. Behave as the
defaults argument of
Commit changes when the state is applied. Default to
True, setting it to
False will revert changes (but will try to run them).
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