Resource Type: nagios_hostescalation

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nagios_hostescalation

Description

The Nagios type hostescalation. This resource type is autogenerated using the model developed in Naginator, and all of the Nagios types are generated using the same code and the same library.

This type generates Nagios configuration statements in Nagios-parseable configuration files. By default, the statements will be added to /etc/nagios/nagios_hostescalation.cfg, but you can send them to a different file by setting their target attribute.

You can purge Nagios resources using the resources type, but only in the default file locations. This is an architectural limitation.

Attributes

nagios_hostescalation { 'resource title':
  _naginator_name       => # (namevar) The name of this nagios_hostescalation...
  ensure                => # The basic property that the resource should be...
  contact_groups        => # Nagios configuration file...
  contacts              => # Nagios configuration file...
  escalation_options    => # Nagios configuration file...
  escalation_period     => # Nagios configuration file...
  first_notification    => # Nagios configuration file...
  group                 => # The desired group of the config file for this...
  host_name             => # Nagios configuration file...
  hostgroup_name        => # Nagios configuration file...
  last_notification     => # Nagios configuration file...
  mode                  => # The desired mode of the config file for this...
  notification_interval => # Nagios configuration file...
  owner                 => # The desired owner of the config file for this...
  provider              => # The specific backend to use for this...
  register              => # Nagios configuration file...
  target                => # The...
  use                   => # Nagios configuration file...
  # ...plus any applicable metaparameters.
}

_naginator_name

(Namevar: If omitted, this attribute’s value defaults to the resource’s title.)

The name of this nagios_hostescalation resource.

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ensure

(Property: This attribute represents concrete state on the target system.)

The basic property that the resource should be in.

Valid values are present, absent.

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contact_groups

(Property: This attribute represents concrete state on the target system.)

Nagios configuration file parameter.

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contacts

(Property: This attribute represents concrete state on the target system.)

Nagios configuration file parameter.

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escalation_options

(Property: This attribute represents concrete state on the target system.)

Nagios configuration file parameter.

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escalation_period

(Property: This attribute represents concrete state on the target system.)

Nagios configuration file parameter.

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first_notification

(Property: This attribute represents concrete state on the target system.)

Nagios configuration file parameter.

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group

The desired group of the config file for this nagios_hostescalation resource.

NOTE: If the target file is explicitly managed by a file resource in your manifest, this parameter has no effect. If a parent directory of the target is managed by a recursive file resource, this limitation does not apply (i.e., this parameter takes precedence, and if purge is used, the target file is exempt).

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host_name

(Property: This attribute represents concrete state on the target system.)

Nagios configuration file parameter.

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hostgroup_name

(Property: This attribute represents concrete state on the target system.)

Nagios configuration file parameter.

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last_notification

(Property: This attribute represents concrete state on the target system.)

Nagios configuration file parameter.

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mode

The desired mode of the config file for this nagios_hostescalation resource.

NOTE: If the target file is explicitly managed by a file resource in your manifest, this parameter has no effect. If a parent directory of the target is managed by a recursive file resource, this limitation does not apply (i.e., this parameter takes precedence, and if purge is used, the target file is exempt).

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notification_interval

(Property: This attribute represents concrete state on the target system.)

Nagios configuration file parameter.

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owner

The desired owner of the config file for this nagios_hostescalation resource.

NOTE: If the target file is explicitly managed by a file resource in your manifest, this parameter has no effect. If a parent directory of the target is managed by a recursive file resource, this limitation does not apply (i.e., this parameter takes precedence, and if purge is used, the target file is exempt).

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provider

The specific backend to use for this nagios_hostescalation resource. You will seldom need to specify this — Puppet will usually discover the appropriate provider for your platform.

Available providers are:

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register

(Property: This attribute represents concrete state on the target system.)

Nagios configuration file parameter.

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target

(Property: This attribute represents concrete state on the target system.)

The target.

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use

(Property: This attribute represents concrete state on the target system.)

Nagios configuration file parameter.

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Providers

naginator

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