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OpenLDAP & Fortress QUICKSTART on DOCKER


Table of Contents

  • Document Overview
  • SECTION 1. Prerequisites
  • SECTION 2. Apache Fortress Core Setup using OpenLDAP Docker Image
  • SECTION 3. Apache Fortress Core Integration Test
  • SECTION 4. Docker Commands

Document Overview


SECTION 1. Prerequisites

Minimum hardware requirements:

  • 2 Cores
  • 4GB RAM

Minimum software requirements:

  • Centos or Debian Machine
  • Java SDK 8
  • Apache Maven3++
  • docker-engine

SECTION 2. Apache Fortress Core Setup using OpenLDAP Docker Image

  1. Download the apache directory fortress-core source from apache git repo:

a. from the command line:

git clone  https://gitbox.apache.org/repos/asf/directory-fortress-core.git
cd directory-fortress-core
  1. Now build the apache directory fortress docker image (trailing dot matters):
docker build -t apachedirectory/openldap-for-apache-fortress-tests -f src/docker/openldap-for-apache-fortress-tests/Dockerfile .

Or just pull the prebuilt image:

docker pull apachedirectory/openldap-for-apache-fortress-tests
  1. Run the docker container:
CONTAINER_ID=$(docker run -d -P apachedirectory/openldap-for-apache-fortress-tests)
CONTAINER_PORT=$(docker inspect --format='{{(index (index .NetworkSettings.Ports "389/tcp") 0).HostPort}}' $CONTAINER_ID)
echo $CONTAINER_PORT

*note: make note of the port as it's needed later *depending on your docker setup may need to run as root or sudo priv's.

  1. Prepare fortress to use the slapd running inside docker container:
cp build.properties.example build.properties
cp slapd.properties.example slapd.properties
  1. Edit the slapd.properties file:
vi slapd.properties
  1. Update the ldap.port prop:
ldap.port= port from earlier step
  1. Save and exit

  2. Prepare your terminal for execution of maven commands.

#!/bin/sh
export M2_HOME=...
export JAVA_HOME=...
export PATH=$PATH:$M2_HOME/bin
  1. Run the maven install to build fortress lib and prepare its configuration (fortress.properties):
mvn clean install

SECTION 3. Apache Fortress Core Integration Test

  1. From fortress core base folder, enter the following commands:
mvn install -Dload.file=./ldap/setup/refreshLDAPData.xml
mvn install -Dload.file=./ldap/setup/DelegatedAdminManagerLoad.xml

These will build the Directory Information Tree (DIT), create the config and data policies needed for the integration test to follow.

  1. Next, enter the following command:
mvn -Dtest=FortressJUnitTest test

Tests the APIs against your LDAP server.

  1. Verify the tests worked:
Tests run: Failures: 0, Errors: 0, Skipped: 0, Time elapsed: 196 sec - in org.apache.directory.fortress.core.impl.FortressJUnitTest

Results :

Tests run: Failures: 0, Errors: 0, Skipped: 0

[INFO]
[INFO] --- maven-antrun-plugin:1.8:run (default) @ fortress-core ---
[INFO] Executing tasks

fortress-load:
[INFO] Executed tasks
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] BUILD SUCCESS
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] Total time: 03:19 min
[INFO] Finished at: 2016-01-07T09:28:18-06:00
[INFO] Final Memory: 27M/532M
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
  1. Rerun the tests to verify teardown APIs work:
mvn -Dtest=FortressJUnitTest test
  1. Verify that worked also:
Tests run: Failures: 0, Errors: 0, Skipped: 0, Time elapsed: 207.081 sec - in org.apache.directory.fortress.core.impl.FortressJUnitTest

Results :

Tests run: Failures: 0, Errors: 0, Skipped: 0

[INFO]
[INFO] --- maven-antrun-plugin:1.8:run (default) @ fortress-core ---
[INFO] Executing tasks

fortress-load:
[INFO] Executed tasks
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] BUILD SUCCESS
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] Total time: 03:30 min
[INFO] Finished at: 2016-01-07T09:33:11-06:00
[INFO] Final Memory: 27M/531M
[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------

Notice more tests ran this time vs the first time, due to teardown

Test Notes:

  • If tests complete without errors Apache Fortress works with your OpenLDAP server.
  • These tests load thousands of objects into the target ldap server.
  • Warning messages are negative tests in action.
  1. Optional sections in the README file:
  • SECTION 11. Instructions to run the Apache Fortress Command Line Interpreter (CLI).
  • SECTION 12. Instructions to run the Apache Fortress Command Console.
  • SECTION 13. Instructions to build and test the Apache Fortress samples.
  • SECTION 14. Instructions to performance test.

SECTION 4. Docker Commands

Build image

docker build -t apachedirectory/openldap-for-apache-fortress-tests -f src/docker/openldap-for-apache-fortress-tests/Dockerfile .
  • trailing dot matters

Or just to be sure don't use cached layers:

docker build  --no-cache=true -t apachedirectory/openldap-for-apache-fortress-tests -f src/docker/openldap-for-apache-fortress-tests/Dockerfile .

Run container

CONTAINER_ID=$(docker run -d -P apachedirectory/openldap-for-apache-fortress-tests)
CONTAINER_PORT=$(docker inspect --format='{{(index (index .NetworkSettings.Ports "389/tcp") 0).HostPort}}' $CONTAINER_ID)
echo $CONTAINER_PORT

Go into the container

docker exec -it $CONTAINER_ID bash

Restart container

docker restart $CONTAINER_ID

Stop and delete container

docker stop $CONTAINER_ID
docker rm $CONTAINER_ID

END OF README-QUICKSTART-DOCKER-SLAPD

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