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README.md

Puppet module for managing Learning Locker

Table of Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Module Description - What the module does and why it is useful
  3. Setup - The basics of getting started with learninglocker
  4. Usage - Configuration options and additional functionality
  5. Reference - An under-the-hood peek at what the module is doing and how
  6. Limitations - OS compatibility, etc.
  7. Development - Guide for contributing to the module

Overview

This module will setup all dependencies required by Learning Locker, e.g., PHP, Mongo, etc.

It's tested under CentOS 6.5.

Module Description

This module have the following components, which can be install on the same or separate servers.

  • Web - PHP 5.4, Nginx, Composer, Bower, Learning Locker
  • Database - MongoDB
  • Cache - Redis

Setup

sudo puppet install compass/learninglocker

Usage

# web node
class { 'learninglocker::web':
    server_domain => 'lrs.example.com',
    github_token=>'YOUR_GITHUB_TOKEN'
}
# db node
class { 'learninglocker::db': }
# cache node
class { 'learninglocker::cache': }
  • The GitHub token is a toke you can generate from your github account. It will give you more API calls when downloading modules from github. Otherwise, you may run into limitation when installing the Learning Locker.
  • All three nodes can be installed on one server or separate ones.

Reference

Classes

Public Classes

  • learninglocker::web: Installs web component of Learning Locker
  • learninglocker::db: Installs database component of Learning Locker
  • learninglocker::cache: Installs cache component of Learning Locker

Parameters

learninglocker::web

Learning Locker web role.

server_domain (required)

The domain name of the server.

$doc_base (default: "/www_data/learninglocker")

The base location where Learning Locker will be installed to.

default_fqdn (default: false)

Whether to include the default fqdn on nginx server name.

port (default: 80)

Learning Locker web server port.

ssl (default: false)

Whether to enable SSL on web server.

ssl_cert (default: undef)

Location of the SSL certificate.

ssl_key (default: undef)

Location of the SSL private key.

ssl_port (default: 443)

The port for SSL web server.

db_name (default: 'learninglocker')

The database name used for Learning Locker.

db_username (default: 'learninglocker')

The username to connect to the database.

db_password (default: 'learninglocker')

The password to connect to the database.

db_host (default: 'localhost')

The host/IP of the database.

db_port (default: 27017)

The port of the database

cache_host (default: 'localhost')

The host/IP for the cache.

cache_port (default: 6379)

The port for the cache.

github_token (default: undef)

The github token. It can be generated from GitHub. See here for more details: https://help.github.com/articles/creating-an-access-token-for-command-line-use/

timezone (default: 'America/Vancouver')

The timezone set in php.ini.

dev (default: 'false')

Whether to enable dev mode. E.g. installing dev dependencies.

version (default: 'master')

The version of Learning Locker to be installed. Can be a release version number, branch name or a commit.

learninglocker::db

Learning Locker database role.

port (default: 27017)
database (default: 'learninglocker')
username (default: 'learninglocker')
password (default: 'learninglocker')

learninglocker::cache

Learning Locker cache role.

Development

Running tests

Spec tests

rake spec

Acceptance tests

vagrant up

Contributions

Any pull request is welcome!

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