A Test Kitchen Provisioner for Salt
The provider works by generating a salt-minion config, creating pillars based on attributes in .kitchen.yml and calling salt-call.
This provisioner is tested with kitchen-docker against CentOS, Ubuntu, and Debian.
Generate and locally view kitchen-salt docs
To view the docs that were originally generated by this repository and hosted by Salt Project, the following should generate a local copy of the documentation.
# Clear any locally generated documentation rm -rf html/ # Generate HTML documentation of kitchen-salt bundle install bundle exec yard doc firefox html/index.html # OPTIONAL # Start a local http server to view the rendered docs # Accessible via http://localhost:8808/ bundle exec yard server docroot=html/
Installation and Setup
You'll need the test-kitchen and kitchen-salt gem's installed in your system, along with kitchen-vagrant or some other suitable driver for test-kitchen. Please see the gettingstarted documentation.
More details on all the configuration options are in the provisioner_options documentation.
You'll need a driver box that is supported by the SaltStack bootstrap system.
Continuous Integration and Testing
PR's and other changes should validated using Github Actions, kitchen-docker, multiple state dependencies, the modified version of kitchen-salt and the latest version of test-kitchen.
# hack. work. test. git add stuff git commit -v gem bump --release --tag