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README.md

Puppet Redis Module

Module for configuring Redis.

Tested on Debian GNU/Linux 6.0 Squeeze and Ubuntu 10.4 LTS with Puppet 2.6. Patches for other operating systems welcome.

TODO

  • Ability to configure snapshotting intervals.
  • Ability to configure the slow log.

Installation

Clone this repo to a redis directory under your Puppet modules directory:

git clone git://github.com/uggedal/puppet-module-redis.git redis

If you don't have a Puppet Master you can create a manifest file based on the notes below and run Puppet in stand-alone mode providing the module directory you cloned this repo to:

puppet apply --modulepath=modules test_redis.pp

Usage

To install and configure Redis, include the module:

include redis::server

Note that you'll need to define a global search path for the exec resource to make the redis::server class function properly. This should ideally be placed in manifests/site.pp:

Exec {
  path => "/usr/local/sbin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/sbin:/bin",
}

You'll also need to install some build dependencies:

include redis::dependencies
package { $redis::dependencies::packages:
  ensure => present,
}

You can override defaults in the Redis config by including the module with this special syntax:

class { "redis::server":
  version => "2.4.0",
  bind => "178.79.120.100",
  port => 6379,
  requirepass => "MY_SUPER_SECRET_PASSWORD",
}

You can also configure a slave which connects to another Redis master instance:

class { "redis::server":
  bind => "127.0.0.1",
  port => 6379,
  masterip => "178.79.120.100",
  masterport => 6379,
  masterauth => "MY_SUPER_SECRET_PASSWORD",
}

By default Redis saves the database to disk through snapshotting. You can enable AOF in stead:

class { "redis::server":
  aof => true,
}
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