Sensu packages, build suite
As of Sensu 0.27, circa February, 2017, this project is no longer used to build official Sensu packages.
Please refer to the sensu-omnibus project instead.
This repo contains the tool set needed to build Sensu packages for all currently supported platforms. The builds are 'omnibus' style packages that contain everything they need to run, including their own build of Ruby and all required gems.
The build suite relies heavily on Docker, Bunchr and FPM.
Docker containers are used to build packages native to each OS. E.g: .rpm's on CentOS, and .deb's on Debian. Bunchr allows the same scripts to be used on each platform so builds are as consistent as possible and the build scripts easy to maintain.
- Ruby >= 1.9
- Ruby Bundler
There are multiple ways to run the builders:
Build packages on the current/local platform
BUILD_NUMBER are exported in the environment.
$ export SENSU_VERSION=0.20.6 $ export BUILD_NUMBER=1 $ bundle install $ rake clean $ rake
Build packages on all supported platforms with Docker
$ export SENSU_VERSION=0.20.6 $ export BUILD_NUMBER=1 $ ./docker_build.sh
Build packages on all supported platforms with Drone (CI using Docker)
Big thanks to Adam Jacob for the suggestions on how to package Sensu and for showing us the way with Omnibus!
- Joe Miller - http://joemiller.me / https://github.com/joemiller
- Sean Porter - https://about.me/seanporter / https://github.com/portertech
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