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zfs_pool resource

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Use the zfs_pool Chef InSpec audit resource to test the ZFS pools on FreeBSD & Linux (Centos, RHEL, Ubuntu, CloudLinux, Debian) systems.

Availability

Installation

This resource is distributed along with Chef InSpec itself. You can use it automatically.

Version

This resource first became available in v1.16.0 of InSpec.

Syntax

A zfs_pool resource block declares the ZFS pool properties that should be tested:

describe zfs_pool('pool') do
  it { should MATCHER 'value' }
end

where:

  • ('pool') is the name of the ZFS pool (eg: 'tank')
  • MATCHER is a valid matcher for this resource
  • 'value' is the value to be tested

Examples

The following examples show how to use this Chef InSpec audit resource.

Test a pool of ‘tank’

describe zfs_pool('tank') do
  its('autoexpand') { should eq  'off' }
  its('failmode') { should eq  'continue' }
  its('feature@lz4_compress') { should eq  'active' }
  its('health') { should eq  'ONLINE' }
  its('listsnapshots') { should eq  'off' }
  its('readonly') { should eq  'off' }
end

Matchers

This Chef InSpec audit resource dynamically exposes all ZFS pool properties available (see: man zpool for the list of supported properties). For a full list of available matchers, please visit our matchers page.

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