gogs

Puppet module to manage the Go Git Service (Gogs).

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released Jan 29th 2016
This version is compatible with:
  • Puppet Enterprise 3.x
  • Puppet 3.x
  • RedHat
    ,
    CentOS
    ,
    Debian
    ,
    Ubuntu

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Tags: gogs, go, git, vcs

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Siteminds/gogs — version 0.0.8 Jan 29th 2016

siteminds/gogs

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Overview

This is a Puppet module to install Gogs (Go Git Service, see: http://gogs.io).

Module Description

Gogs(Go Git Service) is a painless self-hosted Git Service written in Go. The goal of the Gogs project is to make the easiest, fastest and most painless way to set up a self-hosted Git service. With Go, this can be done in independent binary distribution across ALL platforms that Go supports, including Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows.

This Puppet module allows you to manage the Gogs service on linux operating systems. Currently only Debian and RedHat family linux is tested/supported.

Usage

In order to use this Gogs module you should be able to simply include it:

include ::gogs

or:

class { '::gogs':
    ensure => present,
}

Configure it to your needs using the parameters below.

Parameters

install_repo

Boolean indicating wheter or not the gogs package repository should be added to the hosts package manager configuration. Default: false.

package_ensure

Value to pass through to the package resource when installing Gogs. Defaults to present.

run_mode

The environment this Gogs instance is running for. Allowed values are: 'dev', 'test' or 'prod'. Default: 'prod'

repository_root

Root directory that will contain all Git repositories. If this directory does not exist, it will be created. Please note that the parent directory for the repository root must already exist! Default: '/home/gogs/gogs-repositories'

domain

The domain name the Gogs service should serve/listen to. Default: 'localhost'.

port

The port the Gogs service should listen on. Default: 6000.

enable_gzip

Boolean indicating wheter or not (http) gzip compression should be used. Default: false.

db_type

The type of database back-end to be used by Gogs. Allowed values are: 'postgres', 'mysql' or 'sqlite3'. Please note that the packages from packager.io, used by this module when you select install_repo = true don't support sqlite3. Also note that this module does not install a database for Gogs. Please use another module e.g. the Puppetlabs/Postgresql module from the forge to install one. Default: 'postgres'.

db_host

The hostname of the machine where the Gogs database is running. Default: 'localhost'.

db_port

The port of the Gogs database. Default: 5432.

db_name

Name of the Gogs database. Default: 'gogs'.

db_user

The username credential used for connecting to the Gogs database. Default: 'gogs'.

db_password

The password credential used for connecting to the Gogs database. DefaulT: 'gogs'.

db_ssl_mode

For postgres only. Valid values are: 'disable', 'require' or 'verify-full'. Default: 'disable'

db_data

Path where sqlite3 should store its data. Only used when db_type = 'sqlite3'.

secret_key

The secret key. You should provide one for each Gogs instance. When not passed a default secret key will be used.

Features to be added

This module is far from done. I will add more parameters/customization options. This version will just get you up and running with the bare essentials.

Special Notes

This module does not install a database required by Gogs. Please provide your own wrapper or server role module to install either a Postgresql or MySql database. Sqlite3 is not supported by the packages provided on packager.io. If you provide your own package (install_repo = false), you can ofcourse set the db_type to sqlite3.

Another Gogs quirk is that it does not install an admin user by default. Normally this is done by the first time installer, which configures an admin user in the database. Since this module deliberately does not install a database, you should either add a Gogs admin user to the database with another module or manually. An example SQL insert for this is:

INSERT INTO "user" VALUES (1, 'admin', 'admin', '', 'my@admin.com', 'someverylongPDKDF2passwordhash', 0, 0, '', 0, '', '', 'randomsecret', 'randomsaltstring', '2015-01-07 13:58:37', '2015-01-07 13:58:37', true, true, false, '9075fd3adc2d47bc1ae87100e0686399', 'my@admin.com', false, 0, 0, 0, 0, '', 0, 0);

The password must be a PDKDF2 encrypted string, using 10000 iterations, keylength 50, the salt value (in this case 'randomsaltstring') and SHA-256 HMAC. You could use the following Go program to generate a password hash:

package main

import (
       "fmt"
       "os"
       "crypto/sha256"
       "github.com/gogits/gogs/modules/base"
)

func main() {
   newPasswd := base.PBKDF2([]byte(os.Args[1]), []byte(os.Args[2]), 10000, 50, sha256.New)
   fmt.Printf("%x\n", newPasswd)
}

This simple program takes the password as the first argument and the salt value as the second argument. This code is an actual copy of the Gogs code responsible for inserting/updating passwords in the database.