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Makes the world a better place through efficency.

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  • 0.1.0 (latest)
released May 25th 2018
This version is compatible with:
  • Puppet Enterprise 2018.1.x, 2017.3.x, 2017.2.x, 2017.1.x, 2016.5.x, 2016.4.x
  • Puppet >= 4.7.0 < 6.0.0
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tphoney/green — version 0.1.0 May 25th 2018

green

This module will tune a linux system to use the lowest amount of power. It will spindown harddisks and also tune the system using powertop.

Classes

Public Classes

  • green: green Main class, includes all other classes.

Private Classes

  • green::disk: This class handles harddisk power optimizations. Avoid modifying private classes.
  • green::powertop: This class handles powertop. Avoid modifying private classes.

Classes

green

green

Main class, includes all other classes.

Parameters

The following parameters are available in the green class.

powertop_enable

Data type: Boolean

Whether to use powertop optimizations.

package_ensure

Data type: String

Whether to install the Powertop package, and what version to install. Values: 'present', 'latest', or a specific version number. Default value: 'present'.

package_manage

Data type: Boolean

Whether to manage the Powertop package. Default value: true.

package_name

Data type: Array[String]

Specifies the Powertop package to manage. Default value: ['powertop'] (except on AIX and Solaris).

service_enable

Data type: Boolean

Whether to enable the Powertop service at boot. Default value: true.

service_ensure

Data type: Enum['running', 'stopped']

Whether the Powertop service should be running. Default value: 'running'.

service_manage

Data type: Boolean

Whether to manage the Powertop service. Default value: true.

service_name

Data type: String

The Powertop service to manage. Default value: varies by operating system.

service_provider

Data type: String

Which service provider to use for Powertop. Default value: 'undef'.

powertop_autotune

Data type: Boolean

powertop_package_ensure

Data type: String

powertop_package_manage

Data type: Boolean

powertop_package_name

Data type: Array[String]

powertop_service_enable

Data type: Boolean

powertop_service_ensure

Data type: Enum['running', 'stopped']

powertop_service_manage

Data type: Boolean

powertop_service_name

Data type: String

powertop_service_provider

Data type: Optional[String]

disk_enable

Data type: Boolean

disk_all_disks

Data type: Boolean

disk_hash

Data type: Hash[String, Integer]

disk_spindown

Data type: Integer