This is a plugin for Foreman that adds support for using templates from Git repositories.
|Foreman Version||Plugin Version|
|>= 1.20||~> 1.0|
|>= 2.3||~> 2.0|
See Plugins install instructions for how to install Foreman plugins.
Repositories are fetched as tarball files and must have a specific file structure. The root directory should be named
templates. Inside the root directory there should be directories for template kinds and for snippets. Only one template for template kind is supported however multiple snippets are supported. Template file should be named
template.erb. You can also define a default local boot template in the file named
default_local_boot.erb. Snippet filenames will be downcased and spaces will be replaced by underscores.
. └── templates ├── PXELinux │ ├── template.erb │ └── default_local_boot.erb ├── provision │ └── template.erb └── snippets ├── snippet_1.erb └── snippet_2.erb
In order to use templates from the repository you have to set
template_url host parameter (specify the HTTP authentication credentials if necessary). To set host parameters navigate to the edit host page and open "Parameters" tab.
From now the template content for this host will be fetched from the repository. To test this open
/unattended/provision?spoof=<host_ip>. The template stored in the
provision directory should be rendered.
There was an error rendering the provision template: Cannot fetch repository from <template_url>. Response code: 404
- check if the URL is correct
There was an error rendering the provision template: Cannot read <template> from repository
- check if there is requested template in the repository
Gitlab Repository Integration
If you want to use a private repository hosted on a Gitlab instance to store your Foreman templates, you can use Gitlab's repositories API to construct the
template_url parameter in Foreman. Create a dedicated Foreman user in Gitlab and set up a Personal Access Token that you can use in the
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