Collection of salt state files for use and testing
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README.rst

Salt States

This repository is intended as a collection of salt states which can be checked out and used.

Since Salt is intended as a means to control minion state and flow this is a needed step in developing more powerful state management.

Using this Repository

Clone this repository to get started. SLS implementations are provided as working examples and possible good configurations. Every effort is made to ensure the quality and upkeep of this repository.

Once cloned, there are several example top.sls files for review. The 'top.sls' is used to implement every state declaration, with the exception of the absent declarations.

Questions can be sent to the salt mailing list at salt-users@googlegroups.com or directed to #salt (the IRC support channel) on irc.freenode.net. Patches are accepted as pull requests to the github repository. To learn more about pull requests, see https://help.github.com/articles/using-pull-requests.