Skip to content
stable/1.12.x
Switch branches/tags
Go to file
Code

Files

Permalink
Failed to load latest commit information.
Type
Name
Latest commit message
Commit time
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

archivematica-src

Archivematica installation from its source code repositories.

Table of Contents

Role Variables

See defaults/main.yml for a comprehensive list of variables.

Environment variables

The following are role variables that can be used to pass dictionaries containing environment variables that will be passed to the different Archivematica components:

  • Dashboard: archivematica_src_am_dashboard_environment
  • MCPServer: archivematica_src_am_mcpserver_environment
  • MCPClient: archivematica_src_am_mcpclient_environment
  • Storage Service: archivematica_src_ss_environment

The default values for these dictionaries can be found in vars/envs.yml. The user-provided dictionaries are combined with the defaults.

The authoritative place to find accurate information about the environment variables supported is the install/README.md file for each Archivematica component. Use the links above to find them.

In the following example we're going to redefine the environment variables of the MCPServer.

---
archivematica_src_am_mcpserver_environment:
  ARCHIVEMATICA_MCPSERVER_MCPSERVER_SHAREDDIRECTORY: "/tmp/shared-directory"

The final environment generated by this role is:

{
  "DJANGO_SETTINGS_MODULE": "settings.common",
  "ARCHIVEMATICA_MCPSERVER_MCPSERVER_SHAREDDIRECTORY": "/tmp/shared-directory"
}

There are a number of role variables that have an effect in the final environment dictionaries, e.g. when archivematica_src_ca_custom_bundle is used the environment string REQUESTS_CA_BUNDLE is added to all the environment dictionaries. This is mostly done for backward-compatibility reasons or for convenience. See tasks/envs-patch-backward-compatibility.yml for a full list of variables available and its effects.

Backward-compatible logging

The default Archivematica 1.7 logging sends the events to the standard streams, which is more convenient when Archivematica is running in a cluster. In order to use the backward-compatible logging, the boolean environment variable archivematica_src_logging_backward_compatible has to be enabled, which is the default behaviour.

The log file sizes and the directories to store the logs are configurable for each service. The default values can be found in defaults/main.yml.

Configure ClamAV

This role will try to determine whether the ClamAV daemon is running using the TCP or UNIX socket on the same server that the pipeline is being installed or updated on. To configure an external ClamAV daemon server, the following env vars should be set:

---
archivematica_src_mcpclient_clamav_use_tcp: "yes"
archivematica_src_mcpclient_clamav_tcp_ip: "1.2.3.4"
archivematica_src_mcpclient_clamav_tcp_port: "3310"

Disable Elasticsearch use

The default Archivematica install relies on Elasticsearch for different features (Archival storage, Backlog and Appraisal tabs). If you need to disable them, the role variable archivematica_src_search_enabled has to be set to False

Tags

Tags can be used to control which parts of the playbook to run, especially on updates. Note that if something is disabled with the role variables, it won't be run even if the tag is enabled.

  • amsrc-ss: Storage service install
    • amsrc-ss-clone: Checkout source code
    • amsrc-ss-osdep: Install operating system dependencies
    • amsrc-ss-pydep: Install Python dependencies (with pip)
    • amsrc-ss-osconf: Configure operating system
    • amsrc-ss-code: Install source code
      • amsrc-ss-code-collectstatic: Run Django's collectstatic
    • amsrc-ss-db: Configure database
    • amsrc-ss-websrv: Configure webserver
  • amsrc-pipeline: Archivematica pipeline install
    • amsrc-pipeline-clonecode: Checkout source code
    • amsrc-pipeline-deps: Install & configure operating system & Python dependencies
    • amsrc-pipeline-osconf: Configure operating system
    • amsrc-pipeline-instcode: Install source code
    • amsrc-pipeline-dbconf: Configure database
      • amsrc-pipeline-dbconf-syncdb: Only run Django's syncdb/migrations
    • amsrc-pipeline-websrv: Configure webserver
  • amsrc-devtools: Archivematica devtools install
  • amsrc-automationtools: Automation tools install
  • amsrc-configure: Create SS superuser & create dashboard admin & register pipeline on SS

Dependencies

Role dependencies are listed in meta/main.yml.

Notes regarding role dependencies:

Please use Ansible 2.3 or newer with this role.

A number of tasks in this role use the json_query filter which needs the JMESPath library installed on the Ansible controller. It can be installed as follows:

pip install jmespath

Example Playbooks

Please note that a complete Archivematica installation includes software not installed by this role, in particular:

  • MySQL compatible database server (MySQL, MariaDB, Percona)
  • Elasticsearch
  • ClamAV (daemon and client)

See https://github.com/artefactual/deploy-pub/tree/master/playbooks/archivematica to find examples.

It is also recommended to take backups of your system (Archivematica and Storage Service databases, AIPS, DIPS, etc) prior to running an upgrade.

License

AGPLv3

Author Information

Artefactual Systems Inc. https://www.artefactual.com

About

An ansible role for deploying Archivematica from from its source code repositories

Resources

License

Packages

No packages published