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Puppet Dashboard Module

Gary Larizza gary@puppetlabs.com

This module manages and installs the Puppet Dashboard.

Quick Start

To install the Puppet Dashboard and configure it with sane defaults, include the following in your site.pp file:

node default {
		   class {'dashboard':
		     dashboard_ensure          => 'present',
		     dashboard_user            => 'puppet-dbuser',
		     dashboard_group           => 'puppet-dbgroup',
		     dashboard_password        => 'changeme',
		     dashboard_db              => 'dashboard_prod',
		     dashboard_charset         => 'utf8',
		     dashboard_site            => $fqdn,
		     dashboard_port            => '8080',
		     mysql_root_pw             => 'changemetoo',
		     passenger                 => true,
		     mysql_package_provider    => 'yum',
	       ruby_mysql_package        => 'ruby-mysql',
		   }
	}

None of these parameters are required - if you neglect any of them their values will default back to those set in the dashboard::params subclass.

Puppet Dashboard Face

The Puppet Dashboard Face requires that the cloud provisioner version 1.0.0 is installed and in Ruby's loadpath (which can be set with the RUBYLIB environment variable)

to use the Puppet Dashboard Face, add the site_lib directory to your RUBYLIB:

export RUBYLIB=pwd/site_lib:$RUBYLIB

To learn more about this face, you can then run:

puppet help dashboard

The ability to set parameters is only supported if the Face is used programmatically:

Puppet::Face[:dashboard, :current].create_node(:name => 'name', :parameters => {'param1' => value'})

Feature Requests

  • Sqlite support.
  • Integration with Puppet module to set puppet.conf settings.
  • Remove the need to set the MySQL root password (needs fixed in the mysql module)