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Seraphim Lazarev
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Suziq 12 Long File



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Along with the carbon -90º and -70º RSL models, the Suzi Q will also come in a 6061 hydroformed aluminum frame for the -50º and -30º models. Built with nearly all the same specs as the carbon versions, the aluminum versions will offer similar Q-factor numbers, though as we learned with Otso, the Aeffect cranks provide a slightly wider Q-Factor than the RaceFace carbon cranks.


The fat bike is the double-edged sword of the bike industry. Modern fat bikes are so good and so capable that many could serve as a summer bikepacking rig. The rub is that not everyone wants to pedal long miles with the enormous Q Factor, which is (usually) necessary to fit enormous tires. Luckily, not every fat bike makes that compromise. Excepting a couple of steel touring bikes that can take 4.0in. tires only with singlespeed or internally geared hub drivetrains, the Rocky Mountain Suzi Q and the Otso Voytek (see review here) are the only true fat bikes with sensible Q Factors.


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SuzieQ uses the concept of a "Namespace" for top level organization. These "Namespaces" are configured in your YAML inventory file and define groupings of devices you will poll given a source (host list, Ansible inventory file, Netbox), a platform type (Arista, Cisco, Juniper, etc.), and an authentication mechanism. For our example here I'm going to use a namespace to represent a location.


The inventory file you feed to the poller (which we will create in just a bit) is highly flexible and you can define many namespaces and only poll some of them or all of them so that is another thing to consider as you organize your inventory and polling. Right now, for the security project, I have a hand-full of sources in my inventory file and I enable and disable polling depending on what is going on in the upcoming weeks.


If you have worked with other automation frameworks (Ansible, Nornir, PyATS) this YAML configuration file will be familiar. Also familiar will be the "where do you put the configuration file" question.


I prefer to have my configuration file local or within my working directory (/sq/). I know right where it is if I need to check something and it gives me the option of setting different parameters (like polling intervals) for different use cases.


Say by default you want to poll every 15 minutes (900 seconds). You can put a configuration file in the /.suzieq/ directory with that setting. Every time you launch your poller and there is no local configuration file those are the settings which will be used. When you have a specific need to poll say every 1 minute, you can put a configuration file locally with those settings. So you have the best of both worlds!


One of the things you installed when you installed the SuzieQ module is a directory with some handy samples including a sample configuration file. If you followed along with the installation documented here, you have an "sq" directory in your home directory () and under that a venv_sq directory for your virtual environment. From your virtual environment directory follow the path below to the lib> python3.x > site-packages > suzieq > config> etc folder and you will find the sample suzieq-cfg.yml file.


Study it for a bit so you can see what controls you have within the configuration file and for which applications. As with other automation frameworks, many of these can be overwritten on the command line. If you want to delve into each available parameter here is a description of each parameter.


For the purposes of our introduction to SuzieQ, below is the configuration file I suggest you start with. I've added a few comments of my own. Mostly because I want to note where I changed the default setting and I always forget the time increments for the poller items.


You will need to create a file in your sq directory called suzieq-cfg.yml with the contents below. You can use a local editor on the Linux server (I used vi in the video) and paste the file in or create the file locally and use a file transfer application like WinSCP to move the file over to your Linux server.


I've named it sq_inv.yml but obviously you can use any name you like. Make sure its a valid YAML file. In fact the poller has a handy syntax checker to make our lives a little easier and which we will look at later.


To start the poller we use the sq-poller SuzieQ script. We use the -I option and provide the name of our YAML inventory file. In the example below I am also using the & control operator which tells the shell to run this command in the background. This returns my shell promt so I can do other things (although with our settings your shell will be tied up with all the DEBUG messages).


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