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README.md

Opsview Puppet Module

Introduction

The Opsview Puppet module allows for the synchronization of Opsview configuration using Opsview’s REST API service and is divided into many types, each of which is focused on a specific area of the Opsview configuration.

NOTE: You will need to install the 'rest-client' Ruby library to use this module. If you use your vendor-packaged version of Puppet, then you can either use the vendor's version of this library, or use 'gem install rest-client'. However, if you use the PuppetLab's version then you will need to install development tools (such as gcc and make, amoungst others) and then use /opt/puppetlabs/puppet/bin/gem install rest-client to ensure the library and its prerequisites are installed to the correct location.

Configuration

The puppet module should be installed into the standard location for Puppet modules, depending on the particular version of Puppet that you have. For example, this might be /etc/puppet/modules

After installing the module, you will need to create a file located at /etc/puppet/opsview.conf that contains the URL, username, and password for connecting to the Opsview system’s REST API.

/etc/puppet/opsview.conf

url: http://opsview-master/rest
username: admin
password: initial

Puppet Types

All puppet types take two parameters

Parameter Description Type
name Name of the object String
reload_opsview Puppet will perform a reload at the end of the sync process Boolean

 

opsview_bsmcomponent

Property Description Type
hosts Hosts that make up the component Array of strings
host_template Host template that the component is built on String
required_online How many hosts are required to be online String

Examples

opsview_bsmcomponent{'example-component':
  ensure => present,
  reload_opsview => true,
  hosts => ['hostA','hostB','hostC'],
  host_template => 'Network - Base',
  required_online => '2'
}

 

opsview_bsmservice

Property Description Type
components Components that make up the BSM service Array of strings

 

Examples

opsview_bsmservice{'example-bsmservice':
  ensure => present,
  reload_opsview => true,
  components => ['componentA','componentB','componentC']
}

opsview_contact

Property Description Type
description Provides more information about the contact String
full_name Full name for the contact. Defaults to the name of the contact String
homepage_id

An ID number that identifies which navigation icon is the home icon.

ID "2" is for the "Host groups, hosts, and service view"

String
language

Which language to use in the UI.
"" - Default browser setting
"en" - English

"de" - German

"es" - Spanish 

String 
password

Password for the contact.

You can generate the encrypted value by running:

openssl passwd -apr1 <password>

String
realm The realm of the contact. Normally, this is 'local' or 'ldap' String
shared_notification_profiles List of shared notification profiles that the contact is subscribed to Array of strings
tips Controls if pop-up help windows appear when navigating new areas Boolean
variables List of contact variables that the contact uses Array of hashes

Examples

opsview_contact{'example-contact':
  description => 'Java developer',
  full_name => 'John Smith',
  homepage_id => '2',
  language => 'en',
  password => '$apr1$ADd0/BNL$XVPQgWENB6Bzg/M4QEZe20',
  realm => 'local',
  shared_notification_profiles => ['on-call'],
  tips => true,
  variables => [
                 {'name' => 'EMAIL', 'value' => 'your@email.com'},
                 {'name' => 'RSS_COLLAPSED', 'value' => '1'},
                 {'name' => 'RSS_MAXIMUM_AGE', 'value' => '1440'},
                 {'name' => 'RSS_MAXIMUM_ITEMS', 'value' => '30'}
  ]

opsview_hashtag

Property Description Type
all_hosts Globally tag all hosts with this hashtag Boolean
all_servicechecks Globally tag all service checks with this hashtag Boolean
description Provides a description for the hashtag String
exclude_handled Do not consider handled service checks when calculating the overall hashtag state Boolean
hosts List of hosts to tag Array of strings
public Whether the hashtag is public (can view without logging in to Opsview) Boolean
servicechecks List of service checks to tag Array of strings
show_contextual_menus Whether to display contextual menus Boolean
style

Display style for the hashtag detail view.

Available values:

group_by_host

group_by_service

host_summary

errors_and_host_cells

performance

String
visible Whether the hashtag is included on the status pages or not Boolean

 

Examples

opsview_hashtag{'example-hashtag':
  all_hosts => false,
  all_servicechecks => true,
  description => 'My Opsview service checks',
  exclude_handled => true,
  hosts => ['opsview'],
  servicechecks => [],
  show_contextual_menus => true,
  style => "group_by_host",
  visible => true
}
opsview_hashtag{'example-hashtag':
  all_hosts => true,
  all_servicechecks => false,
  description => 'MySQL checks',
  servicechecks => ['MySQL DB Listener','MySQL DB Processes']
}

opsview_hostcheckcommand

Property Description Type
arguments The plugin arguments String
plugin The plugin to use String

Examples

opsview_hostcheckcommand{'example-hostcheckcommand':
  plugin => 'check_icmp',
  arguments => '-H $HOSTADDRESS$'
}

opsview_hostgroup

Property Description Type
parent The parent host group String

Examples

opsview_hostgroup{'example-hostgroup1':}
opsview_hostgroup{'example-hostgroup2':
  parent => 'example-hostgroup1'
}

opsview_host

Property Description Type
check_attempts The number of check attempts to use when running the host check for the host String
check_command The name of the host check command to run String
check_interval How often to run the host check String
check_period The name of the check period to use String
Description Provides a description of the host String
enable_rancid Whether to enable the RANCID (Netaudit) module Boolean
enable_snmp Whether to enable SNMP Boolean
event_handler The name of the event handler to run when the host check changes state String
event_handler_always_execute Whether to enable 'always execute' for event handlers Boolean
flap_detection Whether flap detection is enabled Boolean
hashtags List of hashtags to tag against the host Array of strings
hostgroup Name of the host group to put the host in String
hosttemplates List of host templates to apply to the host Array of strings
icon The host icon to use String
ip The address or hostname of the host String
monitored_by The name of the monitoring server that the host uses String
notification_options

Defines which states are allowed to notify for host notifications.

Format is a comma-separated list of the letters d, u, r, or f

d - DOWN

u - UNREACHABLE

r - RECOVERY

f - FLAPPING

String
notification_period The name of the notification period to use String
other_addresses

List of additional IP addresses that the host has.

Format is a comma-separated list of IP addresses

String
parents List of parents for the host Array of strings
rancid_autoenable Whether to set 'autoenable' mode for RANCID Boolean
rancid_connection_type

The connection method for RANCID.

Values are:

ssh

telnet

String
rancid_password

Password for the RANCID user.

You can generate the encrypted value by running:

opsview_crypt

String
rancid_username The RANCID user to connect as String
rancid_vendor

Name of the RANCID vendor to use

Values are:

AGM
Alteon
Baynet
Cat5
Cisco
Ellacoya
Enterasys
ERX
Extreme
EZT3
Force10
Foundry
Hitachi
HP
Juniper
MRTD
Netscaler
Netscreen
Procket
Redback
Riverstone
SMC
TNT
Zebra

String
renotification_interval

How often to resend alerts.

Format is [NUMBER1][UNIT1] [NUMBER2][UNIT2] .. [NUMBERn][UNITn]

where UNIT can be s (seconds), m (minutes), h (hours), or d (days)

String
retry_check_interval How long to wait before attempting a host check again String
servicechecks

The service checks to set for the host. This includes options for setting event handlers, exceptions, and timed exceptions.

If you aren't interested in setting event handlers, exceptions, or timed exceptions, you can simply supply a string with the name of the service check.

['servicecheck1','servicecheck2']

To set the advanced fields, you will need to make use of a hash as seen below:

{ name => 'SERVICECHECKNAME', 'event_handler' => 'EVENTHANDLERNAME', 'exception' => 'EXCEPTIONARGUMENTS', 'timed_exception' => { 'args' => 'TIMEDEXCEPTIONARGUMENTS', 'timeperiod' => { 'name' => 'TIMEPERIODNAME'} } }

These two different types can be combined:

[ 'Connectivity - LAN',
  { name => 'HTTP', 'event_handler' => 'eventhandler.sh', 'exception' => '-H www.opsview.com -S', 'timed_exception' => { 'args' => '-H www.google.com', 'timeperiod' => { 'name' => 'example-exception-timeperiod'} } }
]

Array of strings

and/or

Array of hashes

snmp_community

Community string for the device.

You can generate the encrypted value by running:

opsview_crypt

String
snmp_extended_throughput_data   Boolean
snmp_interfaces

 

List of SNMP interfaces to monitor. This includes the thresholds for throughput, errors, and discards.

Note: The default thresholds are set using an interface name of ""

Note: Setting a threshold value to '-' will disable it and "" will use the default value.

Example input:

[ 
  {"interface" => "", "enabled" => "0", "throughput_warning" => "-", "throughput_critical" => "0:75%", "errors_warning" => "-", "errors_critical" => "10", "discards_warning" => "-", "discards_critical" => "10" },
  {"interface"=>"Serial0/0", "enabled"=>"1", "throughput_warning"=>"", "throughput_critical" => "", "errors_warning" => "", "errors_critical" => "", "discards_warning" => "", "discards_critical" => "" }
]
Array of hashes
snmp_message_size

The SNMP message size. Might need to be increased for certain devices to work properly.

Values can be:

default

1Kio

2Kio

4Kio

8Kio

16Kio

32Kio

64Kio

String
snmp_port UDP port for SNMP communication String
snmp_use_getnext   Boolean
snmp_use_ifname   Boolean
snmp_version

Version of SNMP to use.

Values can be:

1

2c

3

String
snmp_ifdescr_level

Tidy up the interface names based on level - higher numbers tidy up more.

Values can be:

off

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

String
snmpv3_authentication_password

Password for SNMPv3 authentication.

You can generate the encrypted value by running:

opsview_crypt

String 
 snmpv3_authentication_protocol

Protocol was SNMPv3 authentication.

Values can be:

md5

sha 

String 
snmpv3_privacy_password

 

Password for SNMPv3 privacy.

Values can be:

des

aes

aes128

String
snmpv3_username The SNMPv3 user to connect as String
variables

Sets the host variables to use.

Example syntax:

[
{ 'name' => 'NAME_OF_VARIABLE1', 'value' => 'VALUE', 'arg1' => 'ARGUMENT1 VALUE', 'arg2' => 'ARGUMENT2_VALUE', 'arg3' => 'ARGUMENT3_VALUE', 'arg4' => 'ARGUMENT4_VALUE'},
{ 'name' => 'NAME_OF_VARIABLE2', 'value' => 'VALUE', 'arg1' => 'ARGUMENT1 VALUE', 'arg2' => 'ARGUMENT2_VALUE', 'arg3' => 'ARGUMENT3_VALUE', 'arg4' => 'ARGUMENT4_VALUE'}
]

For encrypted fields, you can change 'argX' to 'encrypted_argX' and supply the value with an encrypted string that can be generated using opsview_crypt

Array of hashes

Examples

 opsview_host{'example-host':
  ip => 'localhost',
  other_addresses => '127.0.0.1',
  hostgroup => 'Opsview',
  icon => 'LOGO - Linux Penguin',
  hosttemplates => ['Network - Base', 'OS - Unix Base'],
  servicechecks => ['Opsview Application Status'],
  check_command => 'ping',
  check_attempts => 2,
  check_period => '24x7',
  notification_period => '24x7',
  check_interval => '5m',
  renotification_interval => '60m',
  retry_check_interval => '10m',
  parents => ['opsview'],
  variables => [ 
                 {"name" => "DISK", "value" => "/" },
                 {"name" => "DISK", "value" => "/tmp", "arg1" => "-w 3% -c 1%"}
               ]  
}

opsview_hosttemplate

Property Description Type
description Describes what the host template is for String
hosts List of hosts to include as part of the template Array of strings
management_urls

List of management URL's.

Format for the hash is:

{ 'name' => 'URLNAME', 'url' => 'URL ADDRESs' }

i.e.

 { 'name' => 'Web console', 'url' => 'http://$HOSTADDRESS$' }
Array of hashes
servicechecks

The service checks to set for the host. This includes options for setting event handlers, exceptions, and timed exceptions.

If you aren't interested in setting event handlers, exceptions, or timed exceptions, you can simply supply a string with the name of the service check.

['servicecheck1','servicecheck2']

To set the advanced fields, you will need to make use of a hash as seen below:

{ name => 'SERVICECHECKNAME', 'event_handler' => 'EVENTHANDLERNAME', 'exception' => 'EXCEPTIONARGUMENTS', 'timed_exception' => { 'args' => 'TIMEDEXCEPTIONARGUMENTS', 'timeperiod' => { 'name' => 'TIMEPERIODNAME'} } }

These two different types can be combined:

[ 'Connectivity - LAN',
  { name => 'HTTP', 'event_handler' => 'eventhandler.sh', 'exception' => '-H www.opsview.com -S', 'timed_exception' => { 'args' => '-H www.google.com', 'timeperiod' => { 'name' => 'example-exception-timeperiod'} } }
]
Array of hashes

opsview_notificationmethod

Property Description Type
active Whether the notification method is enabled or not Boolean
command The name of the script to run and any additional arguments String
run_on_master Whether the notification method should run on the master or not Boolean
user_variables List of user variables to use for the notification method Array of strings

 

Examples

 opsview_notificationmethod{'example-notificationmethod':
  active => true,
  command => 'notify_by_email',
  run_on_master => true,
  user_variables => ['EMAIL']
}

opsview_notificationprofile

Note: The format for the name of a notification profile is 'CONTACTNAME|PROFILENAME'

Property Description Type

all_business_components

Whether to notify for all BSM components Boolean
all_business_services Whether to notify for all BSM services Boolean
all_hostgroups Whether to notify for all host groups Boolean
all_hashtags Whether to notify for all hashtags Boolean
all_servicegroups Whether to notify for all service groups Boolean
business_component_availability_below Threshold value for component availability String
business_component_notification_options

Defines which states are allowed to notify for BSM component notifications.

Format is a comma-separated list of the letters f, i, a, or r

f - FAILED

i - IMPACTED

a - AVAILABILITY BELOW

r - RECOVERY

String
business_component_renotification_interval

How often to resend BSM component alerts.

Format is [NUMBER1][UNIT1] [NUMBER2][UNIT2] .. [NUMBERn][UNITn]

where UNIT can be s (seconds), m (minutes), h (hours), or d (days)

String
business_services List of business services Array of strings
business_service_availability_below Threshold value for component availability String
business_service_notification_options

Defines which states are allowed to notify for BSM component notifications.

Format is a comma-separated list of the letters o, i, a, or r

o - OFFLINE

i - IMPACTED

a - AVAILABILITY BELOW

r - RECOVERY

String
business_service_renotification_interval

How often to resend BSM service alerts.

Format is [NUMBER1][UNIT1] [NUMBER2][UNIT2] .. [NUMBERn][UNITn]

where UNIT can be s (seconds), m (minutes), h (hours), or d (days)

String
hashtags List of hashtags to notify for Array of strings
hostgroups List of host groups to notify for Array of strings
host_notification_options

Defines which states are allowed to notify for host notifications.

Format is a comma-separated list of the letters d, u, r, or f

d - DOWN

u - UNREACHABLE

r - RECOVERY

f - FLAPPING

String
include_component_notes Whether to include component notes in the notification Boolean
include_service_notes Whether to include service notes in the notification Boolean
notification_methods List of notification methods to use Array of strings
notification_period Name of the time period to use for notifications String
send_from_alert When to start sending alerts. A value of "1" means right from the first alert. String
servicegroups List of service groups to notify for Array of strings
service_notification_options

Defines which states are allowed to notify for host notifications.

Format is a comma-separated list of the letters w, r, u, c, or f

w - WARNING

r - RECOVERY

u - UNKNOWN

c - CRITICAL

f - FLAPPING

String
stop_after_alert When to stop receiving alerts. A value of "0" means never. String

Examples

 opsview_notificationprofile{'admin|Working Hours':
  notification_period => 'workhours',
  host_notification_options => 'd,u,r,f',
  service_notification_options => 'w,c,f,r,u',
  all_hostgroups => true,
  all_servicegroups => true,
  notification_methods => ['Email', 'RSS']
}

opsview_role

Property Description Type
access List of accesses for the role Array of strings
all_bsm_components Whether the role can access BSM components Boolean
all_bsm_edit Whether the role can edit BSM Boolean
all_bsm_view Whether the role can view all BSM services Boolean
all_hostgroups Whether the role can view all host groups Boolean
all_hashtags Whether the role can view all hashtags Boolean
all_monitoringservers Whether the role can configure hosts to use all monitoring servers Boolean
all_servicegroups Whether the role can view all service groups Boolean
business_services

List of business services that the role can access. You can also specify if the role can edit them.

Example of a business_service hash:

{'name' => 'Company Website', 'edit' => "true"},{'name' => 'Sales', 'edit' => "false"}
Array of hashes
configure_hostgroups List of host groups that the role can configure. Array of strings
hostgroups List of host groups that the role can view Array of strings
monitoring_servers List of monitoring servers that the role can configure Array of strings
servicegroups List of service groups that the role can view Array of strings
tenancy Name of the tenancy associated with the role String

Examples

 opsview_role{'example-role':
  all_hostgroups => false,
  all_servicegroups => true,
  all_hashtags => false,
  all_monitoringservers => true,
  access => ['VIEWALL','TESTALL','BSM','CONFIGUREBSM'],
  hostgroups => ['Monitoring Servers','Opsview'],
  configure_hostgroups => ['opsview'],
  servicegroups => ['Application - Alfresco','Application - Apache HTTP Server','Service Provider - Amazon'],
  hashtags => ['example-hashtag','example-public-hashtag'],
  business_services => [
                         {'name' => 'Company Website', 'edit' => "true"},
                         {'name' => 'Sales', 'edit' => "false"}
                       ]
}

opsview_servicecheck

Property Description Type Check type
alert_from_failure

Selects the behavior for dealing with service check alerts.

 

Values can be:

disable
enable
enable with re-notification interval

or

0
1
2

0 is "disabled", 1 is "enabled", and 2 is "enable with re-notification interval"

String All
arguments Specifies the plugin arguments String Active
cascaded_from

Specifies the name of an active service check that populates the passive check value.

This is used when "re-checking" a passive check.

String Passive
checktype

The type of service check.

Values can be:

Active Plugin
Passive
SNMP Polling
SNMP trap
String N/A
check_freshness Whether to check the freshness of the service check Boolean Passive, SNMP trap
check_interval How often to run the service check String Active, SNMP Polling
check_period The time period to use when running the service check String Active, SNMP Polling
dependencies List of service checks that this service check depends on Array of strings All
description Description of the service check String All
event_handler The name of the event handler to run when the service check changes state String All
event_handler_always_execute Whether to enable 'always execute' for event handlers Boolean All
flap_detection Whether to enable flap detection Boolean All
freshness_action

Action to take when freshness_timeout has been reached.

Values can be:

Resend Notifications
Submit Result
String Passive, SNMP trap
freshness_status

The state to set when freshness_action is set to 'Submit Result'

Values can be:

WARNING
CRITICAL
UNKNOWN
OK
String Passive, SNMP trap
freshness_text The text to send when freshness_action is set to 'Submit Result' String Passive, SNMP trap
freshness_timeout   String Passive, SNMP trap
hashtags List of hashtags to tag against the service check Array of strings All
hosttemplates List of host templates to assign this service check to Array of strings All
invert_plugin_results Whether to invert plugin results Boolean Active
markdown_filter Whether to use the markdown filter Boolean Active
maximum_check_attempts Maximum number of check attempts for the service check String Active, SNMP Polling
notification_options

Defines which states are allowed to notify for service check notifications.

Format is a comma-separated list of the letters w, c, r, u , f

w - WARNING

c - CRITICAL

u - UNKNOWN

r - RECOVERY

f - FLAPPING

String All
notification_period The time period to use for sending out notifications String All
record_output_changes Whether to record output changes for service checks that do not change state Boolean All
renotification_interval How long to wait before sending an additional notification String All
retry_check_interval How long to wait before retrying a service check String Active, SNMP Polling
sensitive_arguments Whether to hide sensitive arguments when displaying and running test checks Boolean Active
servicegroup Which service group to put the service check in String All
snmp_critical_comparison

The comparison function to use for the critical SNMP polling threshold.

Values can be:

Numeric Comparison
==
<
>
separator
String Comparison
equals
not equals
regex
String SNMP Polling
snmp_critical_value The value to use for the SNMP polling critical threshold String SNMP Polling
snmp_warning_comparison

The comparison function to use for the warning SNMP polling threshold.

Values can be:

Numeric Comparison
==
<
>
String SNMP Polling
snmp_warning_value The value to use for the SNMP polling warning threshold String SNMP Polling
snmp_label The label to use for SNMP polling checks String SNMP Polling
snmp_oid The OID to use for SNMP polling checks String SNMP Polling
snmp_trap_rules An array of hashes that represent trap rules Array of hashes SNMP trap
variable The variable to use in the service check String All

 

Examples

opsview_servicecheck{'Example - ActiveCheck':
  checktype => 'Active Plugin',
  plugin => 'check_nrpe',
  arguments => '-H %PUPPETVARIABLE%',
  variable => 'PUPPETVARIABLE',
  dependencies => ['Opsview Agent'],
  check_interval => '5m',
  retry_check_interval => '1m',
  maximum_check_attempts => '3',
  check_period => '',
  notification_period => '',
  renotification_interval => '',
  invert_plugin_results => false,
  sensitive_arguments => '1'
}
opsview_servicecheck{'Example - PassiveCheck':
  checktype => 'Passive',
  notification_options => 'w,c',
  event_handler => '',
  event_handler_always_execute => false,
}
opsview_servicecheck{'Example - SNMPCheck':
  checktype => 'SNMP Polling',
  hosttemplates => ['example-snmppolling'],
  notification_options => 'w,c',
  servicegroup => 'example-snmppolling',
  snmp_oid => '1.3.6',
  snmp_label => 'some_label',
  snmp_warning_comparison => '>',
  snmp_critical_comparison => equals,
  snmp_warning_value => '78',
  snmp_critical_value => '"88"'
}
opsview_servicecheck{'Example - SNMPTrap':
  checktype => 'SNMP trap',
  alert_every_failure => enable,
  hosttemplates => ['example-snmptraps'],
  freshness_action => "Submit Result",
  freshness_status => OK,
  freshness_text => 'No traps received in 10m. Reset to OK',
  freshness_timeout => '10m',
  record_output_changes => 'w,c,u',
  servicegroup => 'example-snmptraps',
  snmp_trap_rules => [
    { 'name' => 'rule 1', 'rule' => '1', 'action' => 'Send Alert', 'alert_level' => 'WARNING', 'message' => 'This is my trap'},
    { 'name' => 'rule 2', 'rule' => '1 && 1', 'action' => 'Stop Processing'}
  ]
}

opsview_servicegroup

This property only needs a name

Examples

opsview_servicegroup{'example-servicegroup':}

opsview_tenancy

Property Description Type
description Provides a description for the tenancy String
primary_role Name of the primary role for the tenancy String

Examples

opsview_tenancy{'example-tenancy':
  primary_role => 'View some, change none'
}

opsview_timeperiod

time periods specified in the following format:
HH:MM-HH:MM[,HH:MM-HH:MM][...] Where HH are hours specified in 24 hour format.
 
Fields may be left blank to mean no time during this day
 
The times are based on the timezone of the Opsview server
 
Examples:00:00-09:00,17:30-24:00 - Midnight to 9am, and 5:30pm to midnight 
09:00-17:30 - 9am to 5:30pm 
00:00-24:00 - a full day 
Property Description Type
description Provides a description for the time period String
sunday Defines when the time period is active for this day String
monday Defines when the time period is active for this day String
tuesday Defines when the time period is active for this day String
wednesday Defines when the time period is active for this day String
thursday Defines when the time period is active for this day String
friday Defines when the time period is active for this day String
saturday Defines when the time period is active for this day String

Examples

opsview_timeperiod{'example-timeperiod':
  description => 'Example Time Period',
  sunday => '00:00-24:00',
  monday => '09:00-17:00',
  tuesday => '09:00-17:00',
  wednesday => '09:00-17:00,19:00-22:15',
  thursday => '09:00-17:00',
  friday => '09:00-17:00',
  saturday => '00:00-24:00'
} 

opsview_variable

Property Description Type
arg1 Value for the first argument String
arg2 Value for the second argument String
arg3 Value for the third argument String
arg4 Value for the fourth argument String
encrypted_arg1

Encrypted value for the first argument.

Use opsview_crypt to generate

String
encrypted_arg2

Encrypted value for the second argument.

Use opsview_crypt to generate

String
encrypted_arg3

Encrypted value for the third argument.

Use opsview_crypt to generate

String
encrypted_arg4

Encrypted value for the fourth argument.

Use opsview_crypt to generate

String
label1 Description for the first argument String
label2 Description for the second argument String
label3 Description for the third argument String
label4 Description for the fourth argument String
secured1 Make the first argument an encrypted field Boolean
secured2 Make the second argument an encrypted field Boolean
secured3 Make the third argument an encrypted field Boolean
secured4 Make the fourth argument an encrypted field Boolean
value Value for the value field Boolean

 

Examples

opsview_variable{'EXAMPLE_VARIABLE':
  value => "",
  arg1 => "admin",
  encrypted_arg2 => "bdd4dcdb1375a56dff0bbe2d9ce47272b7ecc64d90737bffa5dabf6f0a87080f",
  label1 => "username",
  label2 => "password"
}