Class OSPolicyCompliance (1.12.4)

OSPolicyCompliance(mapping=None, *, ignore_unknown_fields=False, **kwargs)

Compliance data for an OS policy


os_policy_id str
The OS policy id
The compliance state of the OS policy.
compliance_state_reason str
The reason for the OS policy to be in an unknown compliance state. This field is always populated when compliance_state is UNKNOWN. If populated, the field can contain one of the following values: - vm-not-running: The VM was not running. - os-policies-not-supported-by-agent: The version of the OS Config agent running on the VM does not support running OS policies. - no-agent-detected: The OS Config agent is not detected for the VM. - resource-execution-errors: The OS Config agent encountered errors while executing one or more resources in the policy. See os_policy_resource_compliances for details. - task-timeout: The task sent to the agent to apply the policy timed out. - unexpected-agent-state: The OS Config agent did not report the final status of the task that attempted to apply the policy. Instead, the agent unexpectedly started working on a different task. This mostly happens when the agent or VM unexpectedly restarts while applying OS policies. - internal-service-errors: Internal service errors were encountered while attempting to apply the policy.
os_policy_resource_compliances Sequence[]
Compliance data for each resource within the policy that is applied to the VM.




Possible compliance states for an os policy.


OSPolicyResourceCompliance(mapping=None, *, ignore_unknown_fields=False, **kwargs)