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New source: pleaserun #1119

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jordansissel commented May 26, 2016

The pleaserun tool helps generate service manifests for different service platforms such as systemd and runit.

This PR introduces pleaserun as a package source. The goal is to have a package you can install that will "do the right thing" and install the best-fitting service manifest for the target system.

Example usage:

% fpm -s pleaserun -t rpm -a all -n redis-service --pleaserun-name redis /usr/bin/redis-server

% sudo yum install redis-service-1.0-1.noarch.rpm
  Installing  : redis-service-1.0-1.noarch                                                            1/1
Platform systemd (default) detected. Installing service.
To start this service, use: systemctl start redis
  Verifying   : redis-service-1.0-1.noarch                                                            1/1

  redis-service.noarch 1.0-1

% systemctl status redis
● redis.service - redis
   Loaded: loaded (/usr/lib/systemd/system/redis.service; disabled; vendor preset: disabled)
   Active: inactive (dead)

Yay, easy services!

It also tries to clean up during package removal:

% sudo yum remove redis-service
Running cleanup to remove service for package redis-service

% sudo systemctl status redis
● redis.service
   Loaded: not-found (Reason: No such file or directory)
   Active: inactive (dead)

jordansissel added some commits May 13, 2016

Work-in-progress adding a pleaserun source for fpm.
Long term, we'll probably have a "smart" post-install that will choose
the correct service (systemd, etc) to install based on the platform
doing the installation, not the platform creating the package :)

Adds dependencies on pleaserun and upgrades clamp to suit.

Example using the defaults in pleaserun:

    # Create a package called 'example-service' that installs a service named 'example'
    % bin/fpm -s pleaserun -t rpm -n example-service --pleaserun-name example  =logger hello world
    No platform selected. Autodetecting... {:platform=>"systemd", :version=>"default", :level=>:warn}
    Writing file {:destination=>"/tmp/package-pleaserun-staging20160513-12576-1ozurnf/lib/systemd/system/example.service"}
    Writing install actions. You will want to run this script to properly activate your service on the target host {:path=>"/tmp/package-pleaserun-staging20160513-12576-1ozurnf/"}
    Created package {:path=>"example-service-1.0-1.x86_64.rpm"}

    # ^^ The above service will execute "logger hello world"

    # What's in our rpm?
    % rpm -qlp example-service-1.0-1.x86_64.rpm

    # What about any post-install steps?
    % rpm -qp example-service-1.0-1.x86_64.rpm --scripts
    postinstall scriptlet (using /bin/sh):
    systemctl --system daemon-reload

    # Install it.
    % sudo rpm -ivh example-service-1.0-1.x86_64.rpm

    # Start it.
    % sudo systemctl start example

    # Check the logs!
    % sudo tail -n1 /var/log/messages
    May 13 03:32:55 localhost root: hello world

Example choosing 'sysv' as the platform:

    % bin/fpm -s pleaserun -t rpm -n example-service --pleaserun-platform sysv --pleaserun-name example  =logger hello world
    Writing file
    Writing file
    Created package {:path=>"example-service-1.0-1.x86_64.rpm"}

    % rpm -qlp example-service-1.0-1.x86_64.rpm
Make copying not rely on rsync. Also tell the user if no platform was…
… detected.

Also move files to be /platform/version/... instead of
Some small fixes
* Only try install actions if they exist
* Add special case for Upstart 0.6.5 (CentOS 6)
Write scripts to tar and dir package outputs
The scripts will be written to the top-level `.scripts/` directory
Refactor. Also now we attempt cleanup upon package removal.
The `` will generate a script that is executed when
the package is removed.
If no description is given, set the description to the pleaserun_name…
…. Without this, the default is 'no description given' which is not a helpful default

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jordansissel commented May 26, 2016

Specs reasonably passing for me. This PR adds no meaningful tests, but that's partly because I'm still trying to figure out a nice way to actually test it.

@jordansissel jordansissel merged commit 77317e3 into master May 26, 2016

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