A data source represents some external repository of data which NetBox can consume, such as a git repository. Files within the data source are synchronized to NetBox by saving them in the database as data file objects.
The data source's human-friendly name.
The type of data source. Supported options include:
- Local directory
- git repository
- Amazon S3 bucket
The URL identifying the remote source. Some examples are included below.
The source's current synchronization status. Note that this cannot be set manually: It is updated automatically when the source is synchronized.
If false, synchronization will be disabled.
A set of rules (one per line) identifying filenames to ignore during synchronization. Some examples are provided below. See Python's
fnmatch() documentation for a complete reference.
|Ignore any files named
|Ignore any files with a
The date and time at which the source was most recently synchronized successfully.