Installs RadiantCMS, a Ruby on Rails content management system.
Requires Chef 0.10.0
db_bootstrap recipe requires using the Opscode application cookbook.
Tested on Ubuntu 9.04, uses the Opscode Apache2 cookbook which is Ubuntu/Debian specific.
Requires Chef 0.7.12 for Deploy resource when installing from Radiant's git repo.
db_bootstrap recipe requires Chef 0.9.10+ for the notifies resource syntax.
Opscode cookbooks (http://github.com/opscode/cookbooks/tree/master)
- radiant[:edge] - Do a deploy from github repo if true, use gems if false, default false.
- radiant[:branch] - Branch to deploy from, default HEAD.
- radiant[:migrate] - Whether to do a database migration, default false.
- radiant[:migrate_command] - Command to do a database migration, default 'rake db:migrate'.
- radiant[:environment] - Rails environment to use, default is production.
- radiant[:revision] - Revision to deploy, default HEAD.
- radiant[:action] - Whether to deploy, rollback or nothing, default nothing.
- radiant[:db_bootstrap] - rake task to bootstrap a fresh database, use once and with care, it will delete the database contents.
This recipe uses SQLite3 for the database by default. To set up the default database to get Radiant rolling, run a db:bootstrap by changing the radiant[:migrate] command to the following in the webui:
yes | rake production db:bootstrap \ ADMIN_NAME=Administrator \ ADMIN_USERNAME=admin \ ADMIN_PASSWORD=radiant \ DATABASE_TEMPLATE=empty.yml
Change as required for your environment. If the target system doesn't have /usr/bin/yes, use echo 'yes' instead.
Radiant supports other database backends. We don't yet have automation ready to set up a database user and grant privileges, or creating the database itself.
This recipe is DESTRUCTIVE.
Normally when running the db:bootstrap rake task in Radiant, it prompts the user:
This task will destroy any data in the database. Are you sure you want to continue? [yn] y
This recipe wraps the rake db:bootstrap from above. Only use this recipe if you know what you are doing. Otherwise, run the db:bootstrap manually.
This recipe is designed to be used with the Opscode application cookbook, and only one time. It removes itself with a Ruby block resource when the rake resource executes successfully.
Author:: Joshua Timberman (firstname.lastname@example.org) Copyright:: 2009-2011, Opscode, Inc.
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