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Install and configure Papertrail's remote_syslog2 utility

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Version information

  • 0.1.0 (latest)
released Oct 16th 2014

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Add this module to your Puppetfile:

mod 'andyshinn-remote_syslog2', '0.1.0'
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Add this module to your Bolt project:

bolt module add andyshinn-remote_syslog2
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Manually install this module globally with Puppet module tool:

puppet module install andyshinn-remote_syslog2 --version 0.1.0

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andyshinn/remote_syslog2 — version 0.1.0 Oct 16th 2014

remote_syslog2

Puppet module to install and manage remote_syslog2.

Usage

This module comes with two main classes, the main remote_syslog2 class, and the remote_syslog2::file definition.

Include the remote_syslog2 class in your manifest to install the utility. The Papertrail host and port should be overridden by Hiera in this case:

include remote_syslog2

Here is an example declaring the class with the full list of available parameters and their defaults. Port is the only required parameter:

class { 'remote_syslog2':
  destination_port        => undef
  destination_protocol    => 'tls'
  destination_host        => 'logs.papertrailapp.com',
  exclude_files           => [],
  exclude_patterns        => [],
  files                   => [],
  hostname                => undef,
  install_dir             => '/usr/local/bin',
  log_files               => '/etc/log_files.yml',
  new_file_check_interval => 10,
  temp_dir                => '/tmp',
  version                 => 'v0.13'

}

You need to set at least files and destination_port. An example with multiple logs might look like:

$files = ['/var/log/syslog', '/home/**/logs/*.log']

class { 'remote_syslog2':
  destination_port => 55555,
  files            => $files,
}