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Version information

  • 2.5.1 (latest)
  • 2.5.0
  • 2.4.0
  • 2.3.2
  • 2.3.1
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  • 2.2.0
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released Jan 12th 2018
This version is compatible with:
  • Puppet Enterprise 2017.2.x, 2017.1.x, 2016.5.x, 2016.4.x
  • Puppet >=4.0.0 <5.0.0
  • RedHat, CentOS, OracleLinux, Scientific, SLC, OVS, OEL, Fedora, Suse, Gentoo, Archlinux, Debian, Ubuntu

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saz/ntp — version 2.5.1 Jan 12th 2018

puppet-ntp

Manage NTP client and server via Puppet

Supported Puppet versions

  • Puppet >= 4
  • Last version supporting Puppet 3: v2.5.0

Usage

Client

Using ntp pool mirrors

    class { 'ntp': }

Using custom ntp mirrors

    class { 'ntp':
        server_list => [ 'yourLocalServer1', 'yourLocalServer2', ]
    }

Server

Using ntp pool mirrors

    class { 'ntp':
        server_enabled => true,
    }

Using custom ntp mirrors

    class { 'ntp':
        server_list = [ 'yourLocalServer1', 'yourLocalServer2', ],
        server_enabled => true,
}

If you want some clients with unlimited access, you can set $query_networks in the follwing way:

    class { 'ntp':
        server_list = [ 'yourLocalServer1', 'yourLocalServer2', ],
        server_enabled = true,
        query_networks = [ '192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0', '172.16.0.0/255.255.0.0', ],
    }

Adding options to all servers in server_list

    class { 'ntp':
        server_list = ['a.example.com', 'b.example.com'],
        server_options = 'iburst',
    }

Adding options to one specific server

    class { 'ntp':
        server_list = [
            'a.example.com iburst',
            'b.example.com',
        ],
    }

Other class parameters

  • server_options: string, default: ''
  • pool_list: string, default: []
  • pool_options: string, default: ''
  • interface_ignore: array, default: []
  • interface_listen: array, default: []
  • enable_statistics: true or false, default: false
  • statsdir: string, default: undef
  • ensure: present or absent, default: present
  • autoupgrade: true or false, default: false
  • package: string, default: OS specific. Set package name, if platform is not supported.
  • config_file: string, default: OS specific. Set config_file, if platform is not supported.
  • config_file_replace: true or false, default: true
  • driftfile: string, default: OS specific. Set driftfile, if platform is not supported.
  • service_ensure: running or stopped, default: running
  • service_name: string, default: OS specific. Set service_name, if platform is not supported.
  • service_enable: true or false, default: true
  • service_hasstatus: true or false, default: true
  • service_hasrestart: true or false, default: true