cookbook 'zenoss_client', '= 1.0.0', :supermarket
zenoss_client (3) Versions 1.0.0 Follow0
Configures a node to be a Zenoss client/monitored node
cookbook 'zenoss_client', '= 1.0.0'
knife supermarket install zenoss_client
knife supermarket download zenoss_client
Zenoss Client Cookbook
The zenoss_client cookbook is intended to replace the functionality that used to reside in the client recipe of the Zenoss cookbook. In anticipation of updates to that cookbook to support Core 4, the client logic is being split out to its own cookbook to help ease testing as well as reduce dependencies. The updates to the Zenoss cookbook to support core 4 will introduce a large number of dependencies, which most clients simply won't need.
Additionally by splitting out the client components, we are laying the groundwork to later add some support for nodes to self-register using the JSON API.
This cookbook will need access to rubygems.org, or your node must be pre-configured with a gem source that mirrors rubygems.org
Include the default recipe in node's run_list and it will be configured.
If you are an environment where creating a local user for Zenoss to use
is not desirable, be sure to set the value of
node['zenoss']['client']['create_local_user'] to false. Doing so will
prevent a local user from being created
The attributes are documented in the default attributes file
attributes/default.rb). Please refer to that file for details about
the available attributes
Currently the only recipe that exists is the default recipe
Author:: David Petzel (email@example.com)
This cookbook is setup to be tested using test-kitchen and supporting tools. You should ensure you have the following set of utilities on your machine:
You should refer to the Test Kitchen documentation for more in depth information around running tests, however here is a quick rundown.
You can see the available test suites by running via the
kitchen list command.
This will show you each combination that is available for testing.
You can run all tests by running
kitchen test. Or if you only want to test
Centos 6.4, you could run
kitchen test zenoss-client-centos-64. You can also
use regular expression in place of the suite name to run a subset of all suites
Currently the platforms and suite(s) are configured to provide test coverage of both Chef 10 and Chef 11
This cookbook has no specified dependencies.