pulp

This module can be used to install and configure Pulp servers, consumers, and nodes.

Jeremy Cline

jcline

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released Oct 29th 2014

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jcline/pulp — version 0.2.2 Oct 29th 2014

pulp puppet module

####Table of Contents

  1. [Overview] (#overview)
  2. Module Description
  3. Setup
  4. Usage
  5. Reference

Overview

Installs Pulp on RHEL and Fedora from the repository of your choice.

Module Description

The Pulp module manages pulp server or consumer installation and configuration. It does not handle the installation or configuration of any of its dependencies, which are currently MongoDB and a message broker for Celery. Current options are Qpid and RabbitMQ. The default configuration settings for this module are for Qpid. You can make use of the MongoDB puppet module and a Qpid module of your choice to set up these dependencies as necessary.

Setup

####What this module affects

  • Pulp yum repository.
  • Pulp packages.
  • Pulp configuration files.
  • The httpd, pulp_workers, pulp_celerybeat, and pulp_resource_manager services

###Beginning with Pulp

If you want a server installation of Pulp with the default configuration options you can run:

class {'::pulp::server':}

If you need to customize configuration options (which you probably will) you can do the following:

class {'::pulp::server':
   default_login    => 'jcline',
   default_password => 'hunter2'
}

Usage

Note that Pulp will require a MongoDB server to function properly. By default, Pulp will attempt to connect to a MongoDB server running on localhost. If you already have a database available, see the db_* parameters for pulp::server. If you don't, you will either need to set one up manually, or use puppetlabs/mongodb. Pulp also expects a message broker to be installed. You can use either Qpid or RabbitMQ. By default, Pulp uses Qpid.

Install and set up a Pulp server from the beta repository

To install pulp from a different repository (here we use the Pulp beta repository) you will need to use the pulp::globals class:

class {'::pulp::globals':
    repo_descr => 'Pulp Beta Repository',
    repo_baseurl => 'http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/pulp/pulp/beta/2.4/',
} ->
class {'::pulp::server': }

Reference

Classes

####Public classes

  • pulp::globals: Configure settings that are not server/consumer specific.
  • pulp::server: Installs and configures a Pulp server
  • pulp::consumer: Installs and configures a Pulp consumer

####Private classes

  • pulp::params: Provides a location to set default parameters for Pulp that can be overridden
  • pulp::server::config: Manages the configuration of a Pulp server
  • pulp::server::install: Manages the installation of the Pulp server packages
  • pulp::server::service: Manages the services necessary for a Pulp server
  • pulp::consumer::config: Manages the configuration of a Pulp consumer
  • pulp::consumer::install: Manages the installation of the Pulp consumer packages
  • pulp::consumer::service: Manages the services necessary for a Pulp consumer

####Class: pulp::globals

This class allows you to override what repository the Pulp packages come from. This is useful if you would like to install the Pulp beta. For more information on these settings, see the repository options section of the yum.conf manual page.

####repo_name This setting is used to change the repository file name Puppet adds to /etc/yum.repos.d/. The default is 'pulp'.

####repo_descr This setting is used to change the repository description. This is equivalent to the name field in a yum .repo file. The default is 'Pulp Stable Repository'.

####repo_baseurl This is the base URL for the repository. This is not equivalent to the baseurl field in a .repo file. It should not include the distribution or architecture. Puppet will determine these and apply them to the URL. For example: to install the latest 2.4 beta, you should use the value http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/pulp/pulp/beta/2.4/. The default is http://repos.fedorapeople.org/repos/pulp/pulp/stable/2/.

####repo_enabled This determines whether the repository is enabled or not. The value should be either '1' or '0'. The default is '1'.

####repo_gpgcheck This setting is used to determine whether or not to use GPG checking for the repository. the value should be either '1' or '0'. The default is '0'.

####Class: pulp::server

Most of these parameters manipulate the /etc/pulp/server.conf file.

For more details about the configuration parameters, take a look at the default configuration file, which is documented in-line.

####node_parent If true, the Pulp Nodes Parent package group will be installed. This requires that OAuth is enabled and configured.

####enable_celerybeat This setting can be used to enable the pulp_celerybeat service on this server. See the server installation documents for more information. Options are true or false. The default is true.

####enable_resource_manager This setting can be used to enable the pulp_resource_manager service on this server. See the server installation documents for more information. Options are true or false. The default is true.

####wsgi_processes This setting can be used to change the number of WSGI processes Pulp uses. The default is 3.

####db_name This setting corresponds to the [database] name field.

####db_seed_list This setting corresponds to the [database] seeds field.

####db_operation_retries This setting corresponds to the [database] operation_retries field.

####db_username This setting corresponds to the [database] username field.

####db_password This setting corresponds to the [database] password field.

####db_replica_set This setting corresponds to the [database] replica_set field.

####server_name This setting corresponds to the [server] server_name field.

####server_key_url This setting corresponds to the [server] key_url field.

####server_ks_url This setting corresponds to the [server] ks_url field.

####default_login This setting corresponds to the [server] default_login field.

####default_password This setting corresponds to the [server] default_password field.

####debugging_mode This setting corresponds to the [server] debugging_mode field.

####log_level This setting corresponds to the [server] log_level field.

####auth_rsa_key This setting corresponds to the [authentication] rsa_key field.

####auth_rsa_pub This setting corresponds to the [authentication] rsa_pub field.

####oauth_enabled This boolean setting corresponds to the [oauth] oauth_enabled field. This should be true if this server is a parent node. Default is false

####oauth_key This setting corresponds to the [oauth] oauth_key field.

####oauth_secret This setting corresponds to the [oauth] oauth_secret field.

####cacert This setting corresponds to the [security] cacert field.

####cakey This setting corresponds to the [security] cakey field.

####ssl_ca_cert This setting corresponds to the [security] ssl_ca_cert field.

####user_cert_expiration This setting corresponds to the [security] user_cert_expiration field.

####consumer_cert_expiration This setting corresponds to the [security] consumer_cert_expiration field.

####serial_number_path This setting corresponds to the [security] serial_number_path field.

####consumer_history_lifetime This setting corresponds to the [consumer_history] lifetime field.

####reaper_interval This setting corresponds to the [data_reaping] reaper_interval field.

####reap_archived_calls This setting corresponds to the [data_reaping] archived_calls field.

####reap_consumer_history This setting corresponds to the [data_reaping] consumer_history field.

####reap_repo_sync_history This setting corresponds to the [data_reaping] repo_sync_history field.

####reap_repo_publish_history This setting corresponds to the [data_reaping] repo_publish_history field.

####reap_repo_group_publish_history This setting corresponds to the [data_reaping] repo_group_publish_history field.

####reap_task_status_history This setting corresponds to the [data_reaping] task_status_history field.

####reap_task_result_history This setting corresponds to the [data_reaping] task_result_history field.

####msg_url This setting corresponds to the [messaging] url field.

####msg_transport This setting corresponds to the [messaging] transport field.

####msg_auth_enabled This setting corresponds to the [messaging] auth_enabled field.

####msg_cacert This setting corresponds to the [messaging] cacert field.

####msg_clientcert This setting corresponds to the [messaging] clientcert field.

####msg_topic_exchange This setting corresponds to the [messaging] topic_exchange field.

####tasks_broker_url This setting corresponds to the [tasks] broker_url field.

####celery_require_ssl This setting corresponds to the [tasks] celery_require_ssl field.

####tasks_cacert This setting corresponds to the [tasks] cacert field.

####tasks_keyfile This setting corresponds to the [tasks] keyfile field.

####tasks_certfile This setting corresponds to the [tasks] certfile field.

####email_host This setting corresponds to the [email] host field.

####email_port This setting corresponds to the [email] port field.

####email_from This setting corresponds to the [email] from field.

####email_enabled This setting corresponds to the [email] enabled field.

####Class: pulp::consumer

Most of the parameters manipulate the /etc/pulp/consumer/consumer.conf file.

For more details about the configuration parameters, see the consumer client installation documentation, and look at the default configuration file, which is documented in-line.

####pulp_server This setting corresponds to the [server] host field.

####pulp_port This setting corresponds to the [server] port field.

####pulp_api_prefix This setting corresponds to the [server] api_prefix field.

####pulp_rsa_pub This setting corresponds to the [server] rsa_pub field.

####verify_ssl This setting corresponds to the [server] verify_ssl field. The default is True.

####ca_path This setting corresponds to the [server] ca_path field. The default is /etc/pki/tls/certs/

####consumer_rsa_key This setting corresponds to the [authentication] rsa_key field.

####consumer_rsa_pub This setting corresponds to the [authentication] rsa_pub field.

####client_role This setting corresponds to the [client] role field.

####extensions_dir This setting corresponds to the [filesystem] extensions_dir field.

####repo_file This setting corresponds to the [filesystem] repo_file field.

####mirror_list_dir This setting corresponds to the [filesystem] mirror_list_dir field.

####gpg_keys_dir This setting corresponds to the [filesystem] gpg_keys_dir field.

####cert_dir This setting corresponds to the [filesystem] cert_dir field.

####id_cert_dir This setting corresponds to the [filesystem] id_cert_dir field.

####id_cert_filename This setting corresponds to the [filesystem] id_cert_filename field.

####reboot This setting corresponds to the [reboot] permit field.

####reboot_delay This setting corresponds to the [reboot] delay field.

####log_filename This setting corresponds to the [logging] log_filename field.

####call_log_filename This setting corresponds to the [logging] call_log_filename field.

####poll_frequency This setting corresponds to the [output] poll_frequency field.

####color_output This setting corresponds to the [output] color_output field.

####wrap_terminal This setting corresponds to the [output] wrap_terminal field.

####wrap_width This setting corresponds to the [output] wrap_width field.

####msg_scheme This setting corresponds to the [messaging] msg_scheme field.

####msg_host This setting corresponds to the [messaging] msg_host field.

####msg_transport This setting corresponds to the [messaging] msg_transport field.

####msg_cacert This setting corresponds to the [messaging] msg_cacert field.

####msg_clientcert This setting corresponds to the [messaging] msg_clientcert field.

####profile_minutes This setting corresponds to the [profile] profile_minutes field.