salt.modules.zenoss

Module for working with the Zenoss API

New in version 2016.3.0.

depends:

requests

configuration:

This module requires a 'zenoss' entry in the master/minion config.

For example:

zenoss:
  hostname: https://zenoss.example.com
  username: admin
  password: admin123
salt.modules.zenoss.add_device(device=None, device_class=None, collector=u'localhost', prod_state=1000)

A function to connect to a zenoss server and add a new device entry.

Parameters:
  • device -- (Optional) Will use the grain 'fqdn' by default.
  • device_class -- (Optional) The device class to use. If none, will determine based on kernel grain.
  • collector -- (Optional) The collector to use for this device. Defaults to 'localhost'.
  • prod_state -- (Optional) The prodState to set on the device. If none, defaults to 1000 ( production )
CLI Example:
salt '*' zenoss.add_device
salt.modules.zenoss.device_exists(device=None)

Check to see if a device already exists in Zenoss.

Parameters:device -- (Optional) Will use the grain 'fqdn' by default
CLI Example:
salt '*' zenoss.device_exists
salt.modules.zenoss.find_device(device=None)

Find a device in Zenoss. If device not found, returns None.

Parameters:device -- (Optional) Will use the grain 'fqdn' by default
CLI Example:
salt '*' zenoss.find_device
salt.modules.zenoss.set_prod_state(prod_state, device=None)

A function to set the prod_state in zenoss.

Parameters:
  • prod_state -- (Required) Integer value of the state
  • device -- (Optional) Will use the grain 'fqdn' by default.
CLI Example:
salt zenoss.set_prod_state 1000 hostname