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NOTE: This is an alpha release of these scripts. Description: This subdirectory contains the chef cookbooks to deploy and setup Cloud Foundry in a single or multiple host environment. The cookbooks assume that they are running on a freshly installed Ubuntu 10.04.4 server. Quick Start: ----------- To Deploy: vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev_setup It will download Cloud Foundry source code into $HOME/cloudfoundry/vcap It will create a default deployment named 'devbox' under $HOME/cloudfoundry/.deployments/devbox To Start: vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev start To Stop: vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev stop More Options: ------------ o To use Cloud Foundry source code that you have already downloaded. To Deploy: e.g. If Cloud Foundry source is downloaded into $HOME/projects/vcap. $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev_setup -d $HOME/projects It will not download Cloud Foundry source code. It will just setup the config files to use the Cloud Foundry source code from $HOME/projects/vcap. It will create a default deployment named 'devbox' under $HOME/projects/.deployment/devbox To Start: $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev -d $HOME/projects start To Stop:: $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev -d $HOME/projects stop o To use a custom deployment config e.g. If you want to use the multihost sample config file $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/deployments/sample/multihost_mysql/dea.yml To Deploy: $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev_setup -d $HOME/projects -c $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/deployments/sample/multihost_mysql/dea.yml It will not download Cloud Foundry source code. It will just setup the config files to use the Cloud Foundry source code from $HOME/projects/vcap. It will create a deployment named 'dea' under $HOME/projects/.deployment/dea To Start: $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev -d $HOME/projects -n dea start To Stop: $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev -d $HOME/projects -n dea stop o To use a custom domain e.g. If you do not want your CloudFoundry domain as vcap.me $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev_setup -D myowndomain.com Later, you will target your CloudFoundry installation with: vmc target api.myowndomain.com o Service backup: By default, backup feature is disabled. If you want to enable this feature, you could run a script: $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_service_backup_ctl start|stop|restart|status <service_type> service_type is optional, it could be one of services which support backup feature or all of these when service_type is empty. start|restart: add lines to crontab stop: remove lines from crontab status: get lines from crontab If you want to clean the backups that belongs to the service instance which is un-provisioned, you should use the backup manager. By default, backup_manager is not installed, you should add "backup_manager" in your deployment config file, and re-run vcap_dev_setup. $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev_setup -c <your config file> $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev start backup_manager o Service lifecycle: By default, service lifecycle feature is disabled. If you want to enable this feature, please add the below items in your deployment config file. - services_redis - serialization_data_server - snapshot_manager - redis_worker - mysql_worker - mongodb_worker - postgresql_worker Then, re-run vcap_dev_setup and start. $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev_setup -c <your config file> $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev restart snapshot_manager is used to clean the snapshots which belong to the service un-provisioned instances. o To deploy all the components: By default, vcap_dev_setup uses "$HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/deployments/devbox.yml" as the deployment config file, containing most components in cloudfoundry, but not all. To deploy all the components, see below: $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev_setup -c $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/deployments/devbox_all.yml $HOME/projects/vcap/dev_setup/bin/vcap_dev start NOTE: To learn more about custom deployment config files and multi host setups see the README file vcap/dev_setup/deployments/README.