YANG daemeon for Linux
dave at dogwood.com
Fri Jul 27 23:18:47 UTC 2018
YANG is a data modelling language and not a method for configuring Linux,
though it can be used as a part of one.
I am unaware of any open source software that implements a complete
solution for parsing the YANG into a model, allowing the manipulation of
that models data, and configuring the system to match that model.
clixon (www.clicon.org), and it's companion CLI tool cligen, are toolkits
to provide a parts of the solution, but they require a large amount of code
to be complete.
clixon parses the YANG into an XML schema and provides for the manipulation
of the data via RESTCONF/NETCONF. clixon also has hooks to call routines to
configure the system according to the model data, but not the actual calls.
the companion cligen allows you to define a CLI language to manipulate the
data, but a language is not provided.
disclaimer: I am a contributor to clixon/cligen, the maintainer of its
FreeBSD port, and a user of this software in a commercial product.
On Fri, Jul 27, 2018 at 9:24 AM Karl Jørn <karljorn787 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Looking for an agent on Linux that will render YANG models, so I can
> provision networking on Linux.
> On Fri, Jul 27, 2018 at 11:25 AM, Wes Felter <wmf at felter.org> wrote:
> > On 7/20/18 2:30 PM, Karl Jørn wrote:
> > Is there a YANG daemeon for Linux ? If yes, can any one please share
> >> experiences ?
> > It's not clear what problem you're trying to solve, but
> > http://www.clicon.org/ might do what you want.
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