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A Chef cookbook that downloads/installs Kibana
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Description

A simple cookbook that installs Kibana.

Requirements

Kibana requires a working installation of Elasticsearch and Logstash.

This cookbook depends on apache2 and php. It has only been tested on Ubuntu 10.04.

Attributes

This cookbook contains attributes to configure Kibana as well as attributes used to write an apache virtual host config file.

  • node[:kibana][:version] - The version of Kibana to download (corresponds to a tag on github)
  • node[:kibana][:checksum] - The checksum for the downloaded .tar.gz file.
  • node[:kibana][:install_dir] - The directory where Kibana will be installed
  • node[:kibana][:conf] - A hash of configuration options for Kibana. These matche the options available in Kibana's config.php file. See attributes/default.rb for more information.
  • node[:kibana][:apache] - a hash of configuration options for an apache virtual host config file. See attributes/default.rb and the apache recipe for more information.

Recipes

  • default - Downloads Kibana from Github and extracts it into the directory specified by the install_dir attribute. It then writes the config.php file based on values contained in the node[:kibana][:conf] attribute namespace.

  • apache - Writes and enables an apache config file based on the values in the node[:kibana][:apache] attribute namespace.

Usage

To use this cookbook, you should create a role, override the attributes that you want to change, and then add the role to any nodes on which you want Kibana installed. Keep in mind, that Kibana expects a working installation of elasticsearch (and logstash).

NOTE: If you run kibana on a port other than port 80, you'll need to configure your webserver so that it listens on that port. If you're using the apache cookbook, simply override the listen_ports attribute; e.g. if you wanted to run kibana on port 8000, you might create a role similar to the following:

name "kibana"
description "Sample role to configure Kibana"

run_list(
  "recipe[apache2::default]",
  "recipe[kibana::default]",
  "recipe[kibana::apache]",
)

override_attributes(
  "apache" => {
    "listen_ports" => [ "80","8000" ]
  },
  "kibana" => {
    "apache" => {
      "server_admin" => "admin@example.com
      "vhost_port"   => "8000",
    }   
  }
)

License and Author

Author:: Brad Montgomery (bmontgomery@coroutine.com)

Copyright 2012, Coroutine LLC

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

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