An Opscode Chef cookbook for the popular MySQL management application PHPMyAdmin, including LWRPs
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chef-phpmyadmin

A Chef cookbook for the popular MySQL management application PHPMyAdmin

You can clone it and import it to Chef as

cd cookbooks
git clone git://github.com/priestjim/chef-phpmyadmin.git phpmyadmin
knife cookbook upload phpmyadmin

You can also install the latest version of the cookbook using Berkshelf. Add the following to your Berksfile:

cookbook "phpmyadmin", github: "priestjim/chef-phpmyadmin"

The latest and greatest revision of this cookbook will always be available at https://github.com/priestjim/chef-phpmyadmin

Requirements

This cookbook requires the following cookbooks to be present and installed:

It also suggests the following:

  • nginx
  • apache2
  • percona

Supported Operating Systems

This cookbook supports the following Linux distributions:

  • Ubuntu
  • Debian
  • Fedora
  • CentOS
  • RedHat

It also supports Chef 10.14 and higher

Attributes

This cookbook supports the following attributes:

  • version: The desired PMA version
  • checksum: The sha256 checksum of the PMA desired version
  • mirror: The desired PMA download mirror
  • fpm: Enables the PMA FPM instance for serving via NGINX
  • home: The desired PMA installation home
  • user: The user PMA runs as
  • group: The group PMA runs as
  • socket: The socket that FPM will be exposing for PMA
  • upload_dir: The directory PMA will be using for uploads
  • save_dir: The directory PMA will be using for file saves
  • maxrows: The maximum rows PMA shall display in a table view
  • protect_binary: Define the binary field protection PMA will be using
  • default_lang: The default language PMA will be using
  • default_display: The default display of rows inside PMA
  • query_history: Enable or disable the Javascript query history
  • query_history_size: Set the maximum size of the Javascript query history
  • check_config_permissions: Enable or disable invalid PMA directory permission warnings for development
  • force_ssl: Enable or disable SSL force

LWRP Methods

phpmyadmin_db

This cookbook defines a phpmyadmin_db LWRP for dynamic DB definitions. This LWRP allows the following methods:

  • name: This is the description of the defined database. It also gets converted to lowercase and spaces substituted to underscores for the database filename. This is the name attribute
  • host: The database host. It can be either a hostname or an IP.
  • port: The database port.
  • username: The database username.
  • password: The database password
  • hide_dbs: An array of databases we do not want to be shown. This will be concatenated in a form of '^db1|db2$' etc.
  • pma_database: If you have configured your database server for PMA, you can define here the PMA database name
  • pma_username: If you have configured your database server for PMA, you can define here the PMA username
  • pma_password: If you have configured your database server for PMA, you can define here the PMA password

phpmyadmin_pmadb

This cookbook defines a phpmyadmin_pmadb LWRP for dynamically defining the control databases of PHPMyAdmin for earch server. This LWRP allows the following methods:

  • name: The block name. Define it for uniqueness. This is the name attribute
  • host: The database host. It can be either a hostname or an IP.
  • port: The database port.
  • root_username: The root username (root or admin usually) in order to create the database and needed privileges.
  • root_password: The root password
  • pma_database: This is the name of the PMA control database.
  • pma_username: The PMA control database username
  • pma_password: The PMA control database password
  • auth_type: The authentication method PMA will use

Usage

The cookbook installs the selected PMA version to /opt/phpmyadmin (or anywhere else you may have defined in the 'home' attribute) and optionally defines an FPM pool for NGINX or Apache2/mod_fcgid

To define a database config you can use the phpmyadmin_db LWRP such as:

phpmyadmin_db 'Test DB' do
	host '127.0.0.1'
	port 3306
	username 'root'
	password 'password'
	hide_dbs %w{ information_schema mysql phpmyadmin performance_schema }
end

This will create a file in /opt/phpmyadmin/conf.d/test_db.inc.php and will be automatically included when you display the PMA page.

License

Copyright 2012 Panagiotis Papadomitsos.

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.