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released Mar 31st 2015
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fiddyspence/sleep — version 1.2.0 Mar 31st 2015

This is a puppet module to provide a sleep type and provider for posix and Windows systems


Defaults to refreshonly => true

Parameters:

bedtime: Total potential time to sleep for

wakeupfor: An optional test which will exit the sleep, runs every 10s, or as defined by...

dozetime: Period to sleep to between testing whether we should return

failontimeout: whether to fail the resource if the test never succeeds by the timeout - default false

Sample code:

sleep { 'until i need to wake up':
  bedtime       => 300,                              # how long to sleep for
  wakeupfor     => 'nc thedatabaseserver 3306 -w 1', # an optional test, run in a shell
  dozetime      => 10,                               # dozetime for the test interval, defaults to 10s
  failontimeout => true,                             # whether to fail the resource if the test times out
}