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The TPS Report Module is a simple defined resource that can creates multiline files without a template

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Version information

  • 1.0.3 (latest)
  • 1.0.2
  • 1.0.1
  • 1.0.0
released Oct 27th 2014

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mod 'panaman-tps', '1.0.3'
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bolt module add panaman-tps
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puppet module install panaman-tps --version 1.0.3

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panaman/tps — version 1.0.3 Oct 27th 2014

TPS REPORT WRITER

This is a simple puppet module that can create multi-line text files without a template.

File defaults owner and group to '0' and the file permissions to '0644'

*NOTE: flare can accept a single line or an array. Variables are also accepted.

###Example

  tps::report { '/etc/file.txt':
    flare => [
      'PC load letter! WTF does that mean?',
      'We need to talk about your flair',
      'Sounds like someone has a case of the Mondays',
      'We need to talk about your TPS reports',
    ],
  }

tps::report { '/etc/file2.txt': flare => 'We need to talk about your TPS reports', }

###Override options

  owner     => 'Lumbergh',
  group     => 'Chotchkies',
  mode      => '0755',
  show_diff => false,

###Example with override and variable

  tps::report { '/etc/file.txt':
    owner     => 'Lumbergh',
    group     => 'Chotchkies',
    mode      => '0755',
    show_diff => false,
    flare => [
      "PC load letter! $hostname",
      'We need to talk about your flair',
      'Sounds like someone has a case of the Mondays',
      'We need to talk about your TPS reports',
    ],
  }