poudriere

A module to manage the PkgNG build system
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Version information

  • 1.4.0 (latest)
released Apr 27th 2020
This version is compatible with:
  • Puppet Enterprise 2019.8.x, 2019.7.x, 2019.5.x, 2019.4.x, 2019.3.x, 2019.2.x, 2019.1.x, 2019.0.x, 2018.1.x
  • Puppet >= 5.5.8 < 7.0.0
  • FreeBSD

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Tags: freebsd, pkgng

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puppet/poudriere — version 1.4.0 Apr 27th 2020

Puppet-poudriere

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Manage the FreeBSD PkgNG build system with Puppet.

Simple Implementation

poudriere::env { "90amd64":
  makeopts => [
    "WITH_PKGNG=yes",
    "OPTIONS_SET+= SASL",
    "OPTIONS_SET+= TLS",
    "WITH_IPV6=TRUE",
    "WITH_SSL=YES",
  ]
}

nginx::vhost { "build.${domain}":
  port      => 80,
  vhostroot => '/usr/local/poudriere/data/packages',
  autoindex => true,
}

@@pkgng::repo { "${::fqdn}-90amd64":
  release     => '9.0-RELEASE',
  mirror_type => 'http',
  repopath    => '/90amd64-default/Latest/',
}

Changing default settings

The poudriere class has some default parameters for global settings, such as the ZFS pool, root filesystem, and the FreeBSD mirror site to use (see init.pp for details). To change these defaults, declare the poudriere class with your own parameters.

If you do not want to use ZFS, you can use:

class { 'poudriere':
  zpool => false,
}

Using port-specific make options

You can pass port-specific make options as a hash in pkg_makeopts. For instance, if you want to build Apache 2.4 with the PHP 5.5 module, you can do the following:

poudriere::env { "90amd64":
  makeopts => [
    'WITH_PKGNG=yes',
    'APACHE_VERSION=24',
    'APACHE_PORT=www/apache24',
  ],
  pkgs => [
    'www/apache24',
    'lang/php55',
  ],
  pkg_makeopts => {
    'lang/php55' => ['OPTIONS_SET+=APACHE'],
  },
}

Alternatively, a file containing make options for both global and port-specific use could be defined by setting makefile.

Using port-specific build options

Ports often allow for enabling or disabling support for certain features. Such options can be manually set by issueing poudriere options cat/port but can also be defined in puppet by setting pkg_optsdir. This should point to a directory with files such as could be found in /usr/local/etc/poudriere.d/${jail}-options/:

poudriere::env { "90amd64":
  pkg_optsdir => 'puppet:///path/to/dir/',
}

Managing seperate portstrees

The default portstreee is no longer configuered by this module. You should create this yourself like so:

  poudriere::portstree { 'default': }
poudriere::portstrees:
  default:

By default environments use a portstree named default, which you should create as per the instructions above; however each build environment can be told which portstree to use:

poudriere::portstree { "custom-ports":
  cron_enable  => false,
  fetch_method => 'portsnap',
}

poudriere::env { "custom-build":
  portstree => 'custom-ports',
}
poudriere::portstrees:
  default:
  custom-ports:
    cron_enabled: false
    fetch_method: portsnap
poudriere::environments:
  custom-build:
    portstree: custom-ports