iis

pdk
Module to manage IIS

beergeek

beergeek

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Version information

  • 0.2.0 (latest)
  • 0.1.9
  • 0.1.8
  • 0.1.7
  • 0.1.6
  • 0.1.5
released Apr 16th 2018
This version is compatible with:
  • Puppet Enterprise 2018.1.x, 2017.3.x, 2017.2.x, 2017.1.x, 2016.5.x, 2016.4.x
  • Puppet >= 4.5.0 < 6.0.0
  • windows

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Tags: iis, windows

Documentation

beergeek/iis — version 0.2.0 Apr 16th 2018

Beergeek-iis

Table of Contents

  1. Module Description
  2. Requirements
  3. Usage
  4. Reference
  5. Limitations

Module Description

This module enables the IIS feature and managed websites with application pool and web applications.

The iis class will also enable ASP, ASP.Net4.5, IIS Management Console and IIS Scripting Tools.

Requirements

This module uses the puppetlabs-dsc module and therefore requires Windows Management Framework 5.

Usage

This module works with IIS7 and greater.

To add the role of IIS Webserver to the node you can simply call the iis class:

include iis

To create a website with an application pool (having the same name as the site) the following can be done:

iis::website { 'mysite.com.au': }

To create a website, with application pool and a web application the following can be done:

iis::website { 'mysite.com.au':
  pool_name       => 'mypool',
  app_name        => 'myapp',
  website_source  => 'puppet:\\\iis_files\myapp',
}

This will create a website called mysite.com.au, an application pool called mypool, and a web application called myapp. The website directory will contain the files and directories within the puppet:\\\iis_files\myapp fileserver mount point.

Reference

Public Classes

  • iis: The class enables the role of IIS, ASP, ASP.Net4.5, IIS Management Console and IIS Scripting Tools.

Defined types

  • iis::website: The defined type manages websites, website directory, app pools, and web applications.

Classes

iis

The class enables the role of IIS, ASP, ASP.Net4.5, IIS Management Console and IIS Scripting Tools.

Defined types

iis::website

The defined type manages websites, website directory, app pools, and web applications.

Parameters

The following parameters are available in the iis::website defined type.

app_ensure

Data type: Enum['Present','present','Absent','absent']

Determine if web application is created or removed, if app_name is used.

Default value: 'Present'

app_path

Data type: Optional[String]

Path for web application.

Default value: "C:\inetpub\${app_name}"

binding_hash

Data type: Array[Hash]

Array of hashes for binding information for website.

Default value: [{ protocol => 'HTTP', port => 80, hostname => $title }]

directory_owner

Data type: String

SID or name of website directory owner.

Default value: 'S-1-5-17'

ensure

Data type: Enum['Present','present','Absent','absent']

Determine if website is created or removed.

Default value: 'Present'

pool_name

Data type: String

The of application pool.

Default value: $title

restart_mem_max

Data type: Integer

The limit for restart memory for Application Pool.

Default value: 1000

restart_priv_mem_max

Data type: Integer

The limit for the restart private memory for the Application Pool.

Default value: 1000

state

Data type: Enum['Stopped','stopped','Started','started']

Determine if website is started or stopped.

Default value: 'Started'

website_name

Data type: String

The name of the website.

Default value: $title

website_source

Data type: Optional[String]

Source for website to be used in file resource. Will recurse if provided.

Default value: undef

app_name

Data type: Optional[String]

Name of web application.

Default value: undef

website_directory_acl

Data type: Optional[Hash]

A hash of the ACL for the website directory. Remember Puppet cannot explicitly manage inherited permissions.

Default value: undef

website_path

Data type: String

Path for website.

Default value: "C:\inetpub\${website_name}"

Limitations

Tested on Windows 2012r2