Vagrant setup for a project to analyze different data sources of various open source projects (source code, ecosystem, community) to detect new information about your community and your contribution. See Jacobine.
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Jacobine (Vagrant setup)

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This is a Vagrant setup for the Jacobine project.

The full application and library stack is bundled into a easy to use virtual machine. This repository only contains the (complex) setup of Jacobine. This can be used to development or showcase.

What does a "complex" setup mean? Jacobine requires a lot of various tools. Some of them are:

  • RabbitMQ
  • PHP
  • MySQL
  • Ruby
  • Python
  • github linguist
  • CVSAnaly

This is not the complete list and this list can changed due to new features of Jacobine. This vagrant setup will install all necessary requirements in a easy way in a virtual machine.

ATTENTION: This project is highly under development and can be change during development completely. But contribution is already welcome :)


To use this project you have to install the listed requirements:


  • Check it out (git clone
  • Switch to cloned directory (cd Jacobine-Vagrant)
  • Check out the application (git clone Application)
  • Configure the application
  • Start the application (vagrant up)
  • Take a break or a coffee (or both ;))
  • Login into the virtual machine (vagrant ssh)
  • Enjoy

The instance should be available under the IP-Address

Access to services in VM

The login credentials for the used services


root user

  • Port: 3306
  • Username: root
  • Password:

analysis user

  • Port: 3306
  • Username: analysis
  • Passwort: analysis
  • Database: jacobine


  • Port: 15672
  • Username: analysis
  • Password: analysis


  • Port: 9001
  • Username: analysis
  • Password: analysis

Updating cookbooks

If you want to upgrade our cookbooks (e.g. to get a new feature or to be up to date) here is a small guide. We deliver all cookbooks with this repository to make the start more easier to new people.

For cookbooks dependency management we use librarian-chef. The Cheffile + Cheffile.lock are the files who contain the information about the cookbooks. You need to install librarian-chef to update the cookbooks.

Next step is to upgrade the cookbooks itselfs:

  • Delete the Cheffile.lock (rm Cheffile.lock)
  • Install Chef cookbooks via librarian-chef (librarian-chef install)
  • Delete .git repos of cookbooks to store them at github (./Helper/

Finally test the upgrade:

  • Destroy the current machine (vagrant destroy)
  • Start the new machine (vagrant up)


  • Fork and clone it (git clone
  • Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  • Make your changes (hack hack hack)
  • Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  • Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  • Create new Pull Request

A more detailed guide can be found at githubs Fork A Repo.

Questions / Contact / Feedback

If you got any kind of questions, feedback or want to drink a beer and talk about this project just contact me. Write me an email (written on my Github-profile) or tweet me: @andygrunwald. And of course you can just open an issue here at github.