Shell script configuration management
Kamino is a tool to help you backup or synchronize your configuration files, it can be used across multiples environments.
With Kamino all your team can easily share the same dotfiles, vhosts, and database configuration files. It's written in shell script, so it runs anywhere.
If you hate run the same configuration on multiple machines, Kamino is the right tool for you.
All config files are stored in an Amazon S3 Bucket, so we encourage you to create an account there and reserve an exclusive bucket for Kamino.
kamino [flag] [command] [value]
Add a config file to the storage
kamino --dev upload /etc/hosts
Using the latest version of vhost file on your co-worker machine.
kamino --dev clone hosts
Configuring a previouly uploaded config in a production environment
kamino --prod clone hosts
Kamino will know exactly where to place your config file.
apt-get install s3cmd
git clone https://github.com/s3tools/s3cmd.git cd s3cmd sudo python setup.py install cd ..
git clone https://github.com/adlayer/kamino.git cd kamino make install
During the kamino install process you will be asked about the name of the bucket in your S3 account