salt.modules.s6 module

s6 service module

This module is compatible with the service states, so it can be used to maintain services using the provider argument:

myservice:
  service:
    - running
    - provider: s6

Note that the enabled argument is not available with this provider.

codeauthor:Marek Skrobacki <skrobul@skrobul.com>
salt.modules.s6.available(name)

Returns True if the specified service is available, otherwise returns False.

CLI Example:

salt '*' s6.available foo
salt.modules.s6.full_restart(name)

Calls s6.restart() function

CLI Example:

salt '*' s6.full_restart <service name>
salt.modules.s6.get_all()

Return a list of all available services

CLI Example:

salt '*' s6.get_all
salt.modules.s6.missing(name)

The inverse of s6.available. Returns True if the specified service is not available, otherwise returns False.

CLI Example:

salt '*' s6.missing foo
salt.modules.s6.reload(name)

Send a HUP to service via s6

CLI Example:

salt '*' s6.reload <service name>
salt.modules.s6.restart(name)

Restart service via s6. This will stop/start service

CLI Example:

salt '*' s6.restart <service name>
salt.modules.s6.start(name)

Starts service via s6

CLI Example:

salt '*' s6.start <service name>
salt.modules.s6.status(name, sig=None)

Return the status for a service via s6, return pid if running

CLI Example:

salt '*' s6.status <service name>
salt.modules.s6.stop(name)

Stops service via s6

CLI Example:

salt '*' s6.stop <service name>
salt.modules.s6.term(name)

Send a TERM to service via s6

CLI Example:

salt '*' s6.term <service name>