Stack builder is a tool for building stacks of systems using Puppet Cloud Provisioner tool. This project is an experimental prototype so expect changes.
Installation and configuration
Create EC2 account. Create keypair in appropriate EC2 region. Create the following security groups:
- default: TCP 22, icmp all.
- puppetmaster: TCP 443, TCP 8140.
Install the latest version of puppet from apt.puppetlabs.com or yum.puppetlabs.com or use envpuppet script to run from source.
Puppet Cloud Provisioner
Stack builder requires Puppet Cloud Provisioner. Cloud Provisioner with VMware support can be obtained by installing Puppet Enterprise 2.0+.
The following instructions are for users using cloud provisioner from source. For users of forge.puppetlabs.com module see getting started documentation, for Puppet Enterprise users see cloud provisioning documentation.
Install ruby and rubygems:
apt-get install ruby rubygems yum install ruby rubygems
Install guid and fog ruby gems:
gem install guid gem install fog
Git clone puppet cloud provisioner and add its lib directory to RUBYLIB
mkdir ~/src/ cd ~/src/ git clone https://github.com/puppetlabs/puppetlabs-cloud-provisioner export RUBYLIB=~/src/puppetlabs-cloud-provisioner/lib:$RUBYLIB
Configure fog credentials in ~/.fog:
:default: :aws_access_key_id: ... :aws_secret_access_key: ...
Verify cloud provisioner Puppet face is loaded and working:
puppet help node_aws
Install stack builder
Git clone stack deployer and add its lib directory to RUBYLIB
cd ~/src git clone https://github.com/bodepd/stack_builder export RUBYLIB=~/src/stack_builder/lib:$RUBYLIB
Verify stack_builder Puppet face is loaded and working:
puppet help stack
Stack builder supports default setting in Puppet[:confdir]/stack_builder.yaml (puppet agent --configprint confdir).
create: options: keyname: stack_keys type: m1.small region: us-west-2 image: ami-06c54936 group: default install: options: keyfile: ~/.ssh/stack_keys.pem login: ubuntu
stack builder supports the following action:
build Build nodes in stack by performing create, install, test action. connect Establish connection to all nodes in the stack via tmux. create Create a nodes specified in stack configuration. destroy Destroy nodes created by stack builder. install Performs install action for nodes in stack configuration. list List stacks created by stack_builder. test Performs test action for nodes in stack configuration.
Create a 4 node openstack swift stack:
puppet stack build --name demo_stack --config config/swift/oneiric_swift_multi
Connect to swift stack:
puppet stack connect --name demo_stack --config config/swift/oneiric_swift_multi
Destroy swift stack:
puppet stack destroy --name demo_stack
- Ubuntu Oneric: ami-a0ba68c9 (i386), ami-baba68d3 (x86_64)
Fedora 16: ami-5f16d836 (i386), ami-0316d86a (x86_64)
I would like to be able to specify a master from a different file