Installs and configures Jira and starts it as a service under runit.
- Ubuntu 10.04
- Debian 6.0
Requires a MySQL database server, but currently out of scope to run this on the same system, or even automatically set it up (see Roadmap and Usage).
attributes/default.rb for defaults.
node['jira']['virtual_host_name']- hostname to use in the virtualhost
node['jira']['virtual_host_alias']- server alias(es) to use in the virtual host.
node['jira']['version']- version of jira to install
node['jira']['install_path']- location where jira should be installed
node['jira']['run_user']- user to run the jira service as
node['jira']['database']- the name of the database to connect to
node['jira']['database_host']- hostname of the database server
node['jira']['database_user']- user to connect to the database
node['jira']['database_password']- password to use for the database connection.
The default recipe sets up runit, java and apache2 first, then downloads jira-standalone from atlassian of the specified version. It also downloads and installs the mysql connector.
After writing the configuration and startup.sh script, jira will start under runit, and an apache vhost will be set up for it.
Until COOK-464 is released, the following manual steps are required to set up the database.
create database jiradb character set utf8; grant all privileges on jiradb.* to '$jira_user'@'localhost' identified by '$jira_password'; flush privileges;
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