Salt is a remote execution and configuration manager.
USE flags for app-admin/salt Salt is a remote execution and configuration manager
||Enable support for using cherrypy.|
||Enable support for gnupg via python-gnupg.|
||Enable support for keyrings via python-keyring.|
||Add LDAP support (Lightweight Directory Access Protocol)|
||Enable salt-cloud support via libcloud.|
||Support managing virtual machines with app-emulation/libvirt.|
||Add support for using the mako template engine for parsing salt states.|
||Support returning data to a mongodb server.|
||Add mySQL Database support|
||Support the OpenStack neutron network service.|
||Enable support for the OpenStack Nova API|
||Add support for using TLS via OpenSSL.|
||Add support for package state enforcement using sys-apps/portage|
||Add support for software performance analysis (will likely vary from ebuild to ebuild)|
||Add support for the new RAET transport.|
||Support returning data to a redis database.|
||Use timelib to parse english textual date descriptions.|
||Add support for the zeromq transport.|
emerge --ask app-admin/salt
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