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Puppet Dashboard

Puppet Dashboard is a web interface for Puppet. It can view and analyze Puppet reports, assign Puppet classes and parameters to nodes, and view inventory data and backed-up file contents.

For full documentation, see the Puppet Dashboard Manual.

Dependencies

  • Ruby 1.8.7, 1.9.3 or 2.0.0
  • Bundler >= 1.1
  • MySQL >= 5.1 or PostgreSQL >= 9.0

Fast Install

  • Check out the code or download a release package.
  • Create a MySQL database and user, and set max_allowed_packet to 32M.
  • Edit your config/settings.yml and config/database.yml files.
  • gem install bundler
  • bundle install --path vendor/bundle
  • Generate a new secret_token in config/settings.yml: echo "secret_token: '$(bundle exec rake secret)'" >> config/settings.yml
  • bundle exec rake db:setup
  • bundle exec rails server
  • Set up Puppet to be Dashboard-aware.
  • Start the delayed job worker processes.

Production Environment

Dashboard is currently configured to serve static assets when RAILS_ENV=production. In high-traffic environments, you may wish to farm this out to Apache or nginx. Additionally, you must explicitly precompile assets for production using:

  • RAILS_ENV=production bundle exec rake assets:precompile

Contributing

To contribute to this project, please read CONTRIBUTING.
A list of contributors is found in CONTRIBUTORS. Thanks!
This project uses the Silk icons by Mark James. Thank you!