refactor: convert map.jinja to new standards

pull/65/head
Eric Veiras Galisson 2 years ago
parent 0183aed04b
commit ee173b0041
  1. 5
      sudoers/defaults.yaml
  2. 72
      sudoers/map.jinja
  3. 35
      sudoers/osarchmap.yaml
  4. 38
      sudoers/osfamilymap.yaml
  5. 14
      sudoers/osfingermap.yaml
  6. 13
      sudoers/osmap.yaml

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# vim: ft=yaml
---
sudoers:
pkg: sudo

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{% set sudoers = salt['grains.filter_by']({
'Debian': {'pkg': 'sudo'},
'Ubuntu': {'pkg': 'sudo'},
'CentOS': {'pkg': 'sudo'},
'Fedora': {'pkg': 'sudo'},
'RedHat': {'pkg': 'sudo'},
'Amazon': {'pkg': 'sudo'},
'Gentoo': {'pkg': 'app-admin/sudo'},
'Mint': {'pkg': 'sudo'},
'Arch': {'pkg': 'sudo'},
'Suse': {'pkg': 'sudo'},
'FreeBSD': {'pkg': 'sudo',
'configpath': '/usr/local/etc',
'includedir': '/usr/local/etc/sudoers.d',
'execprefix': '/usr/local/sbin',
'group': 'wheel'},
}, merge=salt['pillar.get']('sudoers:lookup')) %}
# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# vim: ft=jinja
{#- Get the `tplroot` from `tpldir` #}
{%- set tplroot = tpldir.split('/')[0] %}
{#- Start imports as #}
{%- import_yaml tplroot ~ "/defaults.yaml" as default_settings %}
{%- import_yaml tplroot ~ "/osarchmap.yaml" as osarchmap %}
{%- import_yaml tplroot ~ "/osfamilymap.yaml" as osfamilymap %}
{%- import_yaml tplroot ~ "/osmap.yaml" as osmap %}
{%- import_yaml tplroot ~ "/osfingermap.yaml" as osfingermap %}
{#- Retrieve the config dict only once #}
{%- set _config = salt['config.get'](tplroot, default={}) %}
{%- set defaults = salt['grains.filter_by'](
default_settings,
default=tplroot,
merge=salt['grains.filter_by'](
osarchmap,
grain='osarch',
merge=salt['grains.filter_by'](
osfamilymap,
grain='os_family',
merge=salt['grains.filter_by'](
osmap,
grain='os',
merge=salt['grains.filter_by'](
osfingermap,
grain='osfinger',
merge=salt['grains.filter_by'](
_config,
default='lookup'
)
)
)
)
)
)
%}
{%- set config = salt['grains.filter_by'](
{'defaults': defaults},
default='defaults',
merge=_config
)
%}
{%- set sudoers = config %}
{#- Post-processing for specific non-YAML customisations #}
{%- if grains.os == 'MacOS' %}
{%- set macos_group = salt['cmd.run']("stat -f '%Sg' /dev/console") %}
{%- do sudoers.update({'rootgroup': macos_group}) %}
{%- endif %}

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# vim: ft=yaml
#
# Setup variables using grains['osarch'] based logic.
# You just need to add the key:values for an `osarch` that differ
# from `defaults.yaml`.
# Only add an `osarch` which is/will be supported by the formula.
#
# If you do not need to provide defaults via the `osarch` grain,
# you will need to provide at least an empty dict in this file, e.g.
# osarch: {}
---
amd64:
arch: amd64
x86_64:
arch: amd64
386:
arch: 386
arm64:
arch: arm64
armv6l:
arch: armv6l
armv7l:
arch: armv7l
ppc64le:
arch: ppc64le
s390x:
arch: s390x

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# vim: ft=yaml
#
# Setup variables using grains['os_family'] based logic.
# You just need to add the key:values for an `os_family` that differ
# from `defaults.yaml` + `osarch.yaml`.
# Only add an `os_family` which is/will be supported by the formula.
#
# If you do not need to provide defaults via the `os_family` grain,
# you will need to provide at least an empty dict in this file, e.g.
# osfamilymap: {}
---
Debian: {}
RedHat: {}
Suse: {}
Gentoo:
pkg: app-admin/sudo
Arch: {}
Alpine: {}
FreeBSD:
configpath: /usr/local/etc
includedir: /usr/local/etc/sudoers.d
execprefix: /usr/local/sbin
group: wheel
OpenBSD: {}
Solaris: {}
Windows: {}
MacOS: {}

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# vim: ft=yaml
#
# Setup variables using grains['osfinger'] based logic.
# You just need to add the key:values for an `osfinger` that differ
# from `defaults.yaml` + `osarch.yaml` + `os_family.yaml` + `osmap.yaml`.
# Only add an `osfinger` which is/will be supported by the formula.
#
# If you do not need to provide defaults via the `os_finger` grain,
# you will need to provide at least an empty dict in this file, e.g.
# osfingermap: {}
---
# os: Debian
osfingermap: {}

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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# vim: ft=yaml
#
# Setup variables using grains['os'] based logic.
# You just need to add the key:values for an `os` that differ
# from `defaults.yaml` + `osarch.yaml` + `os_family.yaml`.
# Only add an `os` which is/will be supported by the formula.
#
# If you do not need to provide defaults via the `os` grain,
# you will need to provide at least an empty dict in this file, e.g.
# osmap: {}
---
osmap: {}
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