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Puppet Master Module for Puppet

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Use this module to deploy a puppetmaster server via 'puppet apply' command and avoid using a few manual steps.

Requirements

It requires the PuppetLabs Repository added before using the module.

For Debian systems:

$ puppet module install puppetlabs-apt

And then add data below to your node resource:

  apt::source { 'puppetlabs':
    location   => 'http://apt.puppetlabs.com',
    repos      => 'main dependencies',
    key        => '4BD6EC30',
    key_server => 'pgp.mit.edu',
  }

For RHEL systems:

  yumrepo {
  'puppetlabs-products':
    name           => 'puppetlabs-products',
    descr          => 'Puppet Labs Products El 6 - $basearch',
    baseurl        => 'http://yum.puppetlabs.com/el/6/products/$basearch',
    priority       => '5',
    failovermethod => 'priority',
    enabled        => '1',
    gpgcheck       => '1',
    gpgkey         => 'http://yum.puppetlabs.com/RPM-GPG-KEY-puppetlabs';
   'puppetlabs-deps':
    name           => 'puppetlabs-deps',
    descr          => 'Puppet Labs Dependencies El 6 - $basearch',
    baseurl        => 'http://yum.puppetlabs.com/el/6/dependencies/$basearch',
    priority       => '5',
    failovermethod => 'priority',
    enabled        => '1',
    gpgcheck       => '1',
    gpgkey         => 'http://yum.puppetlabs.com/RPM-GPG-KEY-puppetlabs';
 }

Quick Start

$ puppet module install fsalum-puppetmaster

Include the following in your master.pp if you plan to install puppetmaster with passenger:

     include apache::mod::passenger

     class { puppetmaster:
       puppetmaster_service_ensure       => 'stopped',
       puppetmaster_service_enable       => 'false',
       puppetmaster_report               => 'true',
       puppetmaster_autosign             => 'true',
       puppetmaster_modulepath           => '$confdir/modules:$confdir/modules-0',
     }

And run:

$ puppet apply --modulepath /etc/puppet/modules master.pp

Parameters

You can also set some extra parameters to enable or disable a few options:

  • puppetmaster_package_ensure

    Specify the package update state. Defaults to 'present'. Possible value is 'latest'.

  • puppetmaster_service_ensure

    Specify the service running state. Defaults to 'running'. Possible value is 'stopped'.

  • puppetmaster_service_enable

    Specify the service enable state. Defaults to 'true'. Possible value is 'false'.

  • puppetmaster_server

    Specify the Puppet Master server name.

  • puppetmaster_certname

    Specify the Puppet Master certificate name. It is usually the server hostname.

  • puppetmaster_report

    Send reports after every transction. Defaults to 'true'. Possible value is 'false'.

  • puppetmaster_autosign

    Whether to enable autosign. Defaults to 'false'. Possible value is 'true' or file path.

  • puppetmaster_reports

    List of reports to generate. See documentation for possible values.

  • puppetmaster_reporturl

    The URL used by the http reports processor to send reports.

  • puppetmaster_facts_terminus

    The node facts terminus. Defaults to facter. Possible value is 'PuppetDB'.

  • puppetmaster_modulepath

    Defines the module path.

  • puppetmaster_templatepath

    Defines the template path.

Author

Felipe Salum fsalum@gmail.com