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Puppet module to manage cron jobs via /etc/cron.d

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Update job mapping
merge-conflicts
tests-fail

On MR #27 Hiera lookup started using cron::job::XXX which also turned around and used create_resrouces('cron::job::XXX'.

These resources were not in the job directory. I've moved them there. I can only assume that these were lookups were changed due to puppet4's new parameters and having hourly, month, etc were giving warnings as parameters to the cron class.

Allow management of /etc/crontab and adding custom run-parts
enhancement
merge-conflicts

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Allow values lower than 3 for skip hours

Change the skip hour value in order to catch a bug in /types/hour.pp

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Make the mode a parameter

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Pull Request (PR) description

Make the mode for cron.allow/deny files a parameter as compliance framework like CIS ask the file to be 0640 maximum