Platform module daemons for SONiC
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kevinwangsk and jleveque [sonic-psud] add a new daemon sonic-psud to platform monitor (#20)
* This new daemon will periodcally read PSU presence and status from sysfs and write to DB
* CLI will get the PSU presence and status from DB directly.

Signed-off-by: Kevin Wang <kevinw@mellanox.com>
Latest commit e5d8155 Jan 7, 2019

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SONiC: Software for Open Networking in the Cloud

sonic-platform-daemons

Daemons for controlling platform-specific functionality in SONiC

Contribution guide

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GitHub Workflow

We're following basic GitHub Flow. If you have no idea what we're talking about, check out GitHub's official guide. Note that merge is only performed by the repository maintainer.

Guide for performing commits:

  • Isolate each commit to one component/bugfix/issue/feature
  • Use a standard commit message format:
[component/folder touched]: Description intent of your changes

[List of changes]

    Signed-off-by: Your Name your@email.com

For example:

swss-common: Stabilize the ConsumerTable

* Fixing autoreconf
* Fixing unit-tests by adding checkers and initialize the DB before start
* Adding the ability to select from multiple channels
* Health-Monitor - The idea of the patch is that if something went wrong with the notification channel,
  we will have the option to know about it (Query the LLEN table length).

  Signed-off-by: John Doe user@dev.null
  • Each developer should fork this repository and add the team as a Contributor
  • Push your changes to your private fork and do "pull-request" to this repository
  • Use a pull request to do code review
  • Use issues to keep track of what is going on