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Summary of ZenPack:
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Author(s): (full name or wiki username)
Specify the ZenPack author's name here. Multiple authors can be specified, separated by commas. Will autocomplete using wiki usernames.
Maintainer(s): (full name or wiki username)
Specify the current maintainer of the ZenPack. Multiple names can be specified, separated by commas. Will autocomplete using wiki usernames.
Organization:
Specify the organization, if any, that authored this ZenPack. Note that you can create your own Organization on this wiki -- add it to the Organizations category.
License:
Specify the license under which this ZenPack is released. Most ZenPacks are released under the GNU General Public License, Version 2, or later.
ZenPack Python name: Note:
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Documentation URL (often old Jive site page):
Link to detailed documentation, although you are encouraged to make the wiki page the new home for your ZenPack
Source URI: Paste the "git read-only" GitHub link for your repo (that someone would use to clone)
Restart: Commands to restart the ZenPack after install. Defaults to zenoss restart. Separate multiple commands by a semicolon.
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Internal Tags:

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Create/Edit Releases

This is the part where you create specific versions of Your ZenPack. Click "Add release" below to add a new release. Please place more recent releases at the top -- releases can be ordered by dragging the "gripper" arrow to the right. Also, don't include an exhaustive history of releases -- just include the most recent version(s) that would be of interest to various Zenoss users (typically, this means most recent 1-2 3.x-compatible releases and most recent 1-2 4.x-compatible releases.)

For each release, specify a:

  1. Version, ie. 2.1.0
  2. Source Tag/SHA1 - optional - the tag in GitHub that you used for this version, or the SHA1 hash of the top commit (to be used for our auto-build system)
  3. Compatible with - specify the products you have tested your ZenPack against. Use the auto-complete values that pop up. (Start typing "Zen...")
  4. Requires - specify other ZenPacks that this release depends upon, if any. Use auto-complete values.

Device Monitoring

In this section, specify the devices that this ZenPack monitors.

Application Monitoring

In this section, specify the applications that this ZenPack monitors.

Application Integration

In this section, specify any application that this ZenPack integrates with, by doing things such as exporting Zenoss data or events.

Data Quality and Completeness Audits

This section is used for performing periodic audits of the correctness and completeness of data related to this ZenPack. Most people can safely skip this section.

Documentation

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