Welcome to the Chef 11 Server Preview! This preview includes erchef, the new Chef API server written in Erlang.
This repository provides a
Vagrantfile and installation cookbooks to
set up a self-contained vm running a complete Chef server environment
for your demo pleasure.
NOTE: This is a PREVIEW release. DO NOT RUN IN A PRODUCTION ENVIRONMENT.
Setting it up
In order to get started, you need to have a copy of the latest omnibus
.deb for chef-server. You can get this
follow these steps:
Install VirtualBox (exercise left to the reader). Next, install the required gems using bundler. Execute the following commands from inside the chef-server-demo directory.
# install bundler if you don't already have it which bundle || gem install bundler
# install the gems needed for chef-server-demo bundle install --binstubs
Copy the Chef server .deb file into the pkg sub-directory:
curl -O $URL_FOR_CHEF_SERVER_DEB mv CHEF_SERVER.deb pkg/
Export environment variable
OSC_INSTALLER, setting it to point at the omnibus installer .deb and provision your erchef powered Chef server:
export OSC_INSTALLER=pkg/CHEF_SERVER.deb bin/vagrant up
Test Drive Time
You can log into your Chef server demo vm like this:
You can add the vagrant keys to your SSH config to scp files out of the VM.
open-source-demo::default recipe will have created a
$HOME/.chef/knife.rb for you so that you can start issuing knife
commands right away:
knife client list export EDITOR=vi knife node create knife node list
The recipe also sets the
PATH to include the command line tools for
the versions of postgres, rabbit, and erlang supplied in the omnibus
installer .deb. To get an overview of the Chef server system status
sudo chef-server-ctl status
Controlling the server
There is a single init.d style control script
controls all daemons used by the chef-server. This also provides the
ability to tail all the logs produced by the individual services. Use
sudo or a root shell when using
sudo chef-server-ctl help
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