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modules (4) Versions 0.1.0

Manage modules on linux

Berkshelf/Librarian
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cookbook 'modules', '= 0.1.0'
cookbook 'modules', '= 0.1.0', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install modules
knife cookbook site download modules
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modules-cookbook ================ = DESCRIPTION: Chef cookbook to manage linux modules with /etc/modules and modprobe (linux 2.6 +) = REQUIREMENTS: Linux 2.6+ Ubuntu >9.10 (for the moment. use upstart and not init, any contribution is welcome) = ATTRIBUTES: node[:modules] = A namespace for modules settings. = USAGE: There are two ways of setting sysctl values: 1. Set chef attributes in the _sysctl_ namespace, E.G.: <tt>default[:modules][:loop]</tt> 2. With Ressource/Provider Resource/Provider ================= This cookbook includes LWRPs for managing: * modules * modules_multi modules -------- # Actions - :save: save and load a module (default) - :load: load a module - :remove: remove a (previous save) module. # Attribute Parameters - variable: variable to manage. "net.ipv4.ip_forward", "vm.swappiness" ... - value: value to affect to variable. "1", "0" ... - path: path to a specific file # Examples modules_multi ------------ #Actions - :save: save and set a sysctl value (default) - :set: set a sysctl value - :remove: remove a (previous set) sysctl. # Attribute Parameters - instructions: hash with instruction {variable => value, variable2 => value2}. override use of "variable" and "value". - path: path to a specific file # Examples

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