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Docker

First, install Docker.

To run the application you'll need the following containers:

  • MongoDB
  • Stonecutter
  • Nginx

MongoDB container

To start a Mongo container, run

docker run -d -v /data/db --name mongo mongo

Stonecutter container

To run Stonecutter you need

  • a clients.yml file
  • an rsa-keypair.json
  • a stonecutter.env file

To make a clients.yml file, copy the example in the config directory and add the details of the clients you want to use Stonecutter with. Set the client-id and client-secret to secure alphanumeric strings.

To get an rsa keypair, see below.

Store both of these two files in their own directory.

To get a stonecutter.env, copy the template config/stonecutter.env and fill in your configuration. More information about the configuration variables can be found here.

Finally, run this command, replacing with the absolute path for the directory storing your config files, and with the path to wherever your environment variable file is stored.

docker run -v <config file path>:/var/config --env-file=<env file path> -v <favicon and logo absolute path directory>:/data/stonecutter/static -v <email service directory absolute path>:/var/stonecutter/email_service -p 5000:5000 --link mongo:mongo -d --restart=on-failure --name stonecutter dcent/stonecutter

An example script for deploying, deploy_snap.sh, is included in the ops directory.

Starting an Nginx container

To start an Nginx container you need

  • an SSL certificate and key
  • a dhparam.pem file
  • an nginx.conf file

You can acquire an SSL certificate and key online inexpensively. You should receive a pair of files, for instance stonecutter.crt and stonecutter.key. Store them in their own directory somewhere safe.

You can generate a dhparam.pem file by running:

openssl dhparam -rand – 2048 > dhparam.pem

You can create an nginx.conf file by copying the following into a new file and replacing the <> appropriately:

events {
}
http {
  server {
    listen 80;
    server_name <web address for site>;
    return 301 https://$server_name$request_uri;
  }
  server {
    listen 443 ssl;
    server_name <web address for site>;
    ssl_certificate /etc/nginx/ssl/<file name for SSL certificate>;
    ssl_certificate_key /etc/nginx/ssl/<file name for SSL key>;

    ssl_session_cache shared:SSL:32m;
    ssl_session_timeout 10m;

    ssl_dhparam /etc/nginx/cert/dhparam.pem;
    ssl_protocols TLSv1.2 TLSv1.1 TLSv1;

    location / {
      proxy_pass http://stonecutter:5000;
      proxy_set_header Host $host;
      proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr;
      proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
      proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto $scheme;
    }
  }
}

Finally, run the following command:

docker run -v <absolute path to SSL certificates and keys directory>:/etc/nginx/ssl -v <absolute path to conf file>/nginx.conf:/etc/nginx/nginx.conf -v <absolute path to dhparam file>/dhparam.pem:/etc/nginx/cert/dhparam.pem -p 443:443 -p 80:80 --link stonecutter:stonecutter -d --name nginx-container nginx

Adding public-private keypair for OpenID Connect

To generate a public-private keypair in Json Web-key (JWK) format, you will first need to install Leiningen or start up the development VM using the instructions here.

Next, navigate to the project directory and enter the following at the command line:

> lein gen-keypair <key-id>

where the key-id is a custom identifier for the key (for example "20150824-stonecutter").

This will generate output similar to the following:

JWK public key for client:
==========================
{"kty":"RSA","kid":"20150824-stonecutter","n":"m38hDunIOBX4DdalnuoNoT7nVdn5gXprVFUlBX3KbDIwyKznX2QZQLDn_4_b94UsYlh1Vf33pO9TO9tsj2Hf1WdFQO72WqFUxFOk3ITc7OTc7p5oZhWYXsKCJh5dLl9G4tOxZ_vD-frD7c0M_-IUWQ9cuk7XulDNJqzHKSEHvbugokw-vOb9fI2CtBU9HtWHkbe3e8cJdbEN4zD7Qw7BrG5zCENGuWIMpe9XIpZTM0jwiclxNacNhU_eOiRk9wg7hHovGqFuSU8x0oohtaNe91YUCJsfnmHQZTARc8tGJOwhx4A8VAUnqVmmm7GCGx0CqvbzRtFolTbn39m3jMTtoQ","e":"AQAB"}


JWK including private key for stonecutter:
==========================================
{"kty":"RSA","kid":"20150824-stonecutter","n":"m38hDunIOBX4DdalnuoNoT7nVdn5gXprVFUlBX3KbDIwyKznX2QZQLDn_4_b94UsYlh1Vf33pO9TO9tsj2Hf1WdFQO72WqFUxFOk3ITc7OTc7p5oZhWYXsKCJh5dLl9G4tOxZ_vD-frD7c0M_-IUWQ9cuk7XulDNJqzHKSEHvbugokw-vOb9fI2CtBU9HtWHkbe3e8cJdbEN4zD7Qw7BrG5zCENGuWIMpe9XIpZTM0jwiclxNacNhU_eOiRk9wg7hHovGqFuSU8x0oohtaNe91YUCJsfnmHQZTARc8tGJOwhx4A8VAUnqVmmm7GCGx0CqvbzRtFolTbn39m3jMTtoQ","e":"AQAB","d":"kRSlaH-xorrErUy3TLU-MFM7jnuI80igOZgTqbL7GcYehC3m1rbTZOtqGqVD7AaiKcQ0_h2uYII3m6KYAJOmPztSf0o2KstaBq-wI1wHsTO7-xtrdsvxVYCP5DbyY-Dbh6lSXh2mdWeGRSrLVTfAGnRd5SrI1vqq3snYLMS3r0qSubpVjo1yGjcOitxgJWgvdRq2FRPplgRlnoaiMd5jVCNXvSP-2XXeIQq0nz_GLcqcjOI0hqPsEPFcdjtL9PdwXa7v3cmrjOcWprlFzBQVTL6YvT_kCKIghJsG9ksJoUzTafHUAYUBdfgQSTi0q-kommHr3SyQhL1aN4Khqm3jLQ","p":"9wOYB-B7mhbGsxh7qago75DqUhp3L2x56yP1pYA2dV0TBNQz2jlGjAJ-xzMCQ-AMOpGNtzWJ28A-aDcUo1ZXIam3qktCha38fIAuvgKR7k0tnjhLawIONBaA-OlSorszlAWdHJ3_4ckn0c_u9Zne0SHkQESJNY7ES23-Sca3AL8","q":"oSc_HO3y61wgMUDDTMtMFYaJA9UdO4fIEfEyu46VvgvIN2kvf2ayHTb01Pk-XsoL2OJUcmjg4g19sBt8xGCRU8as4DOBHb22rbYQ7qTa4ewTtqLQBTnrTMzWZLYN2JYCZydFCW63z9zypC34Uoi_AF-teDprNY-eepRkr9JbSZ8","dp":"KDhGlenAVmuk-N5grFQ8Lh3LeYjjpS4lf9sAEW2Z8GwyP5QJyVuQGBYD7I1qrgCaHSM8DvvBsa1QvAlT6_CQCWQoCqtsbnXQ6bi5Y6jpeALLDbse1JKmG2caouzizqpqkIyFc3ZqhqoJOMmBoC3osOay0qAWM0lGvv1u7TZU7-M","dq":"C8uwnfB40Gts284OvYc_6W9whfxKaHoW1eFewkW8hi2cmRm05VFiBitonlIkE5IcbeKbJcixdTphkcthRYp_-K7ZJov-jmu9fFeQQ7eDYfgCtWKTcV5876EqrDJ7LvhD8sL4FamqAKf-hq_qtjfWKzPVobA8-q2pfvVvrULrdac","qi":"mAXOTpZF54XbnUQj3vVy5oFh2HtVyXZuCuTvDELKt6Z4x74xUBU7KCm_mq-tYEb_XWy_3trkQ-stP4RRAGwqLmFprxCX-G2uJOCBK6vpVsfDPUhSDe3CVEfyWVWu2knritBBhJX4dG-8I_cjFgCBFNz46Y9WG_5CdqkmshlpVDI"}

The first JSON document needs to be provided to any clients wishing to use OpenID Connect when interacting with Stonecutter, while the second should be stored in a file --- for example "rsa-keypair.json" --- which should be kept secure.

To deploy Stonecutter with this key, the rsa-keypair.json file needs to be placed in a directory accessible by the deployed instance, and the Stonecutter instance should be started with the environment variable RSA_KEYPAIR_FILE_PATH pointing to its location.

If deploying using the Snap CI tool (https://snap-ci.com/), this process is automated by including the rsa-keypair.json file in the secure files for the snap stage responsible for deployment, with the filename "rsa-keypair_<SNAP_STAGE_NAME>.json". The ops/deploy_snap.sh script will then manage copying the file to the appropriate location on the target, and starting the app with the environment variable set.

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