The code and documentation are distributed under the Apache 2 license. Contributions back to the source are encouraged.
Much of the design information about Crowbar has been published on Rob Hirschfeld's blog. This wiki maintains information about the operation of Crowbar. Documentation for users and deployment will be committed into the Git repo. Intermediate updates are likely to surface in the wiki.
Please consult the release notes for known issues.
To build your own copy of Crowbar, consult the readme. Some important notes about the build process:
- Build process has been tested on Ubuntu 12.04 and CentOS.
With that said, from a fresh install off the crowbar-dev.iso, the next steps are:
- Boot using the ISO and it will setup Ubuntu 12.04 and stage Crowbar for install.
- Log in as
sudo su - root.
cd /tftpboot/ubuntu_dvd/extra(Ubuntu) or
./install admin.crowbar.org(or whatever FQDN you want your admin node to have).
Note: If the install did not work, you can try
sudo chef-client and that may
fix issues by repeating the last part of the installation.
The rest of Crowbar will then install. Unless you change the networking defaults, you can access the Crowbar server:
- Crowbar UI on http://192.168.124.10:3000. (crowbar/crowbar)
- Chef UI on http://192.168.124.10:4040. (admin/password)
- Nagios on http://192.168.124.10/nagios3. (nagiosadmin/password)
- Ganglia on http://192.168.124.10/ganglia. (nagiosadmin/password)
We are working to make this wiki complete, please feel free to update content.