aptituz/ssh 2.3.2 published

I’ve just uploaded an update version of  my puppet ssh module to the forge.

The module aims at being a generic module to manage of ssh server and clients, including key generation and known_hosts management. It provides a mechanism to generate and deploy ssh keys without the need of storeconfig or PuppetDB but a server-side cache instead. This is neat, if you want to remain ssh keys during a reprovisioning of a host.

Updates

The update is mostly to push out some patches I’ve received from contributors via pull requests in the last few months. It adds:

  • Support for the AllowUsers, AllowGroups and DenyUsers aswell as DenyGroups parameters in the default sshd_config template. Thanks to cachaldora  for the patches.
  • Support for multiple ports in the default sshd template. Thanks to Arnd Hannemann for that patch.
  • Fixes in the template for it to work with newer puppet versions. Untested by me, but this probably fixes compatibility with puppet 4. For that contribution my thanks go to Daine Danielson.Apart from this changes I’ve added a couple of beaker tests.If the module is of any use for you, I’d be happy for ratings at puppetforge. The same is true for critical feedback, bug reports or (even better 🙂 pull requests.

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