Chef cookbook - appbox (v0.1.1)
Provides a set of recipes to setup a base app server:
- create users and groups
- setup base directory to store apps
- install common sysadmin tools
To install with Berkshelf, add this into
To setup a base app server,
appbox::default recipe into run list, or include the recipe in your code:
And override attributes to customize the cookbook.
See also teohm/kitchen-sample for
appbox usage example with chef-solo.
You should set these attributes:
) - a list of authorized SSH public keys for admin user.
) - a list of authorized SSH public keys for deploy user.
You may customize these attributes:
"devops") - admin account, to perform sysadmin tasks (login with SSH key, passwordless sudo, member of apps group).
"deploy") - deploy account, to deploy apps (login with SSH key, passwordless sudo, member of apps group).
"apps") - apps account, to run apps (no login, not sudoer, member of apps group).
"/home/apps") - base directory to store apps, writable (with +SGID) by apps group members.
appbox::default- run all recipes.
appbox::package_update- update software packages (with
appbox::users- create users and groups.
appbox::apps_dir- setup base directory to store apps.
appbox::tools- install the following tools:
ubuntu- tested on Ubuntu 12.10
debian- should work
Pull requests, issue and test reports are welcomed to better support your platform.
- Depends on these cookbooks:
License and Authors
- Author:: Huiming Teo firstname.lastname@example.org
Copyright 2013, Huiming Teo
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