Puppet module for Riak
This module allows you to manage Riak with puppet.
Riak is a Dynamo-inspired key/value store that scales predictably and easily. Riak combines a decentralized key/value store, a flexible map/reduce engine, and a friendly HTTP/JSON query interface to provide a database ideally suited for Web applications. And, without any object-relational mappers and other heavy middleware, applications built on Riak can be both simpler and more powerful. For complete documentation and source code, see the Riak home page at Basho.
Have a look at the Wiki.
- Ubuntu 12.04 LTS (Precise) 64-bit - works,
- Debian 6.0 (Squeeze) 64-bit
- CentOs 6.3 64-bit
You can simply clone this module like normal to your puppet-modules-folder. It'll work. Done.
If you want to check that it works, then install
VirtualBox, then run
For more details info, see Testing with Vagrant on the wiki.
Outstanding External Issues
Working on this module has been really nice, but unfortunately it's noticeable that not most people actually unit-test their puppet modules.
I think puppet is an awesome project, and I would love for the tooling around creating powerful modules to improve. Here are some of my experienced bumps in the road.
This issue affects the tests, making them impossible to run cleanly together at the moment. The only way around it, is to launch rspec first for
classes, then for
This issue is solved by Joerg, but he hasn't submitted a pull request, so I've cloned his repository and am using my own clone of that, until the issue is resolved (about 4 lines of code) in master. Affects running of rake when the task raises errors.
This issue is what is currently failing all of
spec/classes/. A fix HAS been released, but not as a gem. The repository doesn't allow me to report issues conveniently, and there's no gemspec file, so I can't just reference the repo either.
This issue affects a single test that exposed the issue; overriding puppet variables with rspec variables. The test is currently marked as pending.
Unmet dependencies on vanilla Debian 6.0. I'm probably going to have to make apt-get add a source for this OS.
no such gem 'hiera-puppet' - I can't provision out of the box with Puppet 2.7, because the hiera-puppet module fails with an import error. This gem should be bundled with puppet, or there ought to be a way to make the module install it.
From your excellent presentations I could find online, and your samples at your github. Thanks Alessandro.