It does the following:
- Disables hosts on PuppetDB after they are deleted in Foreman.
- Proxies the PuppetDB Performance Dashboard for access through Foreman.
Feel free to raise issues, ask for features, anything, in the github repository or #theforeman IRC channel in Freenode.
Set up the appropriate repository by following these instructions
RPM users can install the
tfm-rubygem-puppetdb_foreman (el7) or
rubygem-puppetdb_foreman (f24) packages.
deb users can install the
Add to bundler.d/Gemfile.local.rb as:
then update & restart Foreman:
bundle update service restart foreman or equivalent
puppetdb_foreman uses Semantic Versioning 2.0.0
Go to Administer > Settings > PuppetDB and set
puppetdb_address with your PuppetDB address,
puppetdb_dashboard_address (optional) to proxy the dashboard,
puppetdb_enabled to either true or false if you want to enable or disable PuppetDB integration. Obviously you will need a PuppetDB instance at the address you provide.
Alternatively you can put your settings in
config/settings.yaml. Please keep in mind these will be overwritten if changed in the application, and if the application is rebooted, YAML rules will overwrite again your manually changed settings. Hence passing your settings in this format is discouraged, but allowed.
for PuppetDB 4
:puppetdb: :enabled: true :address: 'https://puppetdb:8081/pdb/cmd/v1' :dashboard_address: 'http://puppetdb:8080/pdb/dashboard' :puppetdb_ssl_ca_file: '/etc/puppetlabs/puppet/ssl/certs/ca.pem' :puppetdb_ssl_certificate: '/etc/puppetlabs/puppet/ssl/certs/FQDN.pem' :puppetdb_ssl_private_key: '/etc/puppetlabs/puppet/ssl/private_keys/FQDN.pem'
You can find the dashboard under Monitor > PuppetDB dashboard. Only administrators and users with a role
view_puppetdb_dashboard will be able to access it. Aside from convenience, the PuppetDB dashboard cannot be served over HTTPS, you can restrict your dashboard requests to only Foreman boxes and serve it securely to your users through HTTPS in Foreman.
Copyright 2013 CERN, Switzerland and various authors
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