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Kdump module for Puppet

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  • 0.0.1 (latest)
released Mar 26th 2014

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goldyfruit/kdump — version 0.0.1 Mar 26th 2014

puppet-kdump

This module manages Kdump (kernel crash dump) The puppet-grub2 module is required

Parameters

config_template

  • Template used for Kdump config file
  • STRING : 'kdump/kdump_tools.erb'

core_dir

  • Local path to save the vmcore to
  • STRING : '/var/crash'

debug_path

  • Path to a debug version of the running kernel
  • STRING : Empty by default

fail_cmd

  • This variable can be used to cause a reboot or start a shell if saving the VMcore fails
  • STRING : Empty by default

install_kdump

  • Install the Kdump packages
  • BOOL : false

kernel_debug

  • Define the kernel debug package to install
  • STRING : Empty by default

makedump_args

  • Extra arguments passed to makedumpfile to determine what Kdump should put in a VMcore
  • STRING : -c -d 31

net_proto

  • Define if Kdump should send the VMcore via SSH, FTP, NFS, etc...
  • STRING : none

package_ensure

  • Puppet stuff, define in which state should be the Kdump packages
  • STRING : 'present'

run_level

  • Define in which run level Kdump should reboot the system
  • STRING : Empty by default

save_dir

  • Only used if net_proto is set, define where the VMcore should be create
  • STRING : file:///var/crash

sysctl_args

  • Controls when a panic occurs, using the sysctl interface.
  • STRING : Empty by default

use_kdump

  • Define how many time (in second) that the menu should appears
  • BOOL : true

Example

class { 'grub2':
  update_grub               => false,
  install_grub              => false,
  cmdline_linux_default     => 'quiet crashkernel=256M nmi_watchdog=0 console=tty0 console=ttyS1,115200n8',
  terminal                  => 'serial console',
  default_entry             => 0,
  timeout                   => 5,
  serial_command            => 'serial --speed=115200 --unit=1 --word=8 --parity=no --stop=1',
  disable_uuid              => true,
  disable_recovery          => true,
  tune                      => '480 440 1',
  device_install            => '/dev/sda',
}

class { 'kdump':
    install_kdump             => true,
    use_kdump                 => true,
    core_dir                  => '/var/crash',
    debug_path                => '/usr/lib/debug/boot/vmlinux-3.2.0-4-amd64',
    kernel_debug              => 'linux-image-3.2.0-4-amd64-dbg',
    fail_cmd                  => 'reboot -f',
    makedump_args             => '-c -d 31',
    net_proto                 => 'none',
    run_level                 => '1',
    save_dir                  => 'file:///var/crash',
    sysctl_args               => 'kernel.panic_on_oops=1 vm.panic_on_oom=1',
}