This repository contains a Sprinkle implementation that is designed to be easy to use and customize.
You can either it as a base for your own Sprinkle stack, or just as an example to help you get started.
The supplied recipe and packages enable you to configure an Ubuntu system as a Web server. It's simple to modify them, or to add your own.
Read the section on Customizing Spritz for details about the structure, and how to change the system for your own needs.
Fork this repository on GitHub. Then create a local clone and branch:
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:your-github-account/spritz.git git remote add upstream git://github.com/stuartellis/spritz.git git checkout -b your-branch
Use Bundler to install the dependencies:
Check that the target system meets these requirements:
- You need a user account that can run administrative commands with
- This account must be accessible with SSH
- RECOMMENDED: For security, this account should use SSH key-based authentication
Sprinkle does not require any other software on the target system.
To run the default recipe on the target system:
sprinkle -s install.rb <target_address> <email_address> <remote_account>
sprinkle -s install.rb myserver.mydomain.com email@example.com deploy
This connects to the target with SSH, logs in as the user
deploy, and immediately applies the recipe.
To run a different recipe on the target system:
sprinkle -s install.rb <target_address> <email_address> <remote_account> <recipe_name>
To see the options for Sprinkle:
You may easily modify or replace any of the three parts of this system:
- The command-line script
- The recipes in recipes/
- The package definitions in packages/
install.rb is designed for the simplest case - to read settings from the command-line and execute the recipe on a single remote server with Capistrano.
If you have more complex needs, treat this script as an example, and use your own instead.
You may use standard Ruby syntax in any of these files. The packages themselves use the Sprinkle DSL. Refer to the resources below for help and examples.
- An introduction to Sprinkle
- A short WowKhmer article on Sprinkle
- An extensive article on Sprinkle from Miso Engineering
Other Sprinkle Stacks
This Sprinkle stack owes a lot to:
(The MIT License)
Copyright 2013, Stuart Ellis
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