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  • 4.0.0 (latest)
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  • 3.1.1
  • 3.1.0
  • 3.0.0
  • 2.0.0
  • 1.3.0
  • 1.2.2
released May 7th 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
  • RedHat
    ,
    CentOS
    ,
    Ubuntu

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puppet/stash — version 4.0.0 May 7th 2020

Stash module for Puppet

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:warning: This module is going through a number of changes in preparation for version 4 (Bitbucket-server). It is recommended to use the puppet-forge versions and not the github master branch.

Table of Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Module Description - What the module does and why it is useful
  3. Setup - The basics of getting started with Stash
  4. Usage - Configuration options and additional functionality
  5. Reference - An under-the-hood peek at what the module is doing and how
  6. Limitations - OS compatibility, etc.
  7. Development - Guide for contributing to the module
  8. Testing - How to test the Stash module
  9. Contributors

Overview

This is a puppet module to install Atlassian Stash. On-premises source code management for Git that's secure, fast, and enterprise grade.

Module Version Support Stash versions
1.3.0 3.0.0 - 3.9.2
2.0.0 3.9.2 - 4.x.x

Module Description

This module installs/upgrades Atlassian's Enterprise source code management tool. The Stash module also manages the stash configuration files with Puppet.

Setup

Stash Prerequisites

  • Stash requires a Java Developers Kit (JDK) or Java Run-time Environment (JRE) platform to be installed on your server's operating system. Oracle JDK / JRE (formerly Sun JDK / JRE) versions 7 and 8 and Open JDK/ JRE versions 7 and 8 are currently supported by Atlassian.

  • Stash requires a relational database to store its configuration data. This module currently supports PostgreSQL 8.4 to 9.x and MySQL 5.x. We suggest using puppetlabs-postgresql/puppetlabs-mysql modules to configure/manage the database. The module uses PostgreSQL as a default.

  • Whilst not required, for production use we recommend using nginx/apache as a reverse proxy to Stash. We suggest using the jfryman/nginx puppet module.

What Stash affects

If installing to an existing Stash instance, it is your responsibility to backup your database. We also recommend that you backup your Stash home directory and that you align your current Stash version with the version you intend to use with puppet Stash module.

You must have your database setup with the account user that Stash will use. This can be done using the puppetlabs-postgresql and puppetlabs-mysql modules. The mysql java connector can be installed using the puppet/mysql_java_connector module.

When using this module to upgrade Stash, please make sure you have a database/Stash home backup. We plan to include a class for backing up the stash home directory in a future release.

When upgrading stash from < 3.8.0 to >= 3.8.0 puppet will notify the stash service to restart for two puppet runs. This is because the stash upgrade makes file attribute and content changes to the stash-config.properties. See issue #74

Beginning with Stash

This puppet module will automatically download the Stash tar.gz from Atlassian and extracts it into /opt/stash/atlassian-stash-$version. The default Stash home is /home/stash.

Basic examples

  class { 'stash':
    javahome    => '/opt/java',
  }
  class { 'stash':
    version        => '3.3.0',
    javahome       => '/opt/java',
    dburl          => 'jdbc:postgresql://stash.example.com:5433/stash',
    dbpassword     => $stashpass,
  }

Schedule a weekly git garbage collect for all repositories.

  class { 'stash::gc': }

Enable external facts for stash version.

  class { 'stash::facts': }

Enable a stash backup

  class { 'stash':
    backup_ensure          => present,
    backupclient_version    => '1.6.0',
    backup_home            => '/opt/stash-backup',
    backupuser             => 'admin',
    backuppass             => 'password',
    backup_keep_age        => '3d',
    backup_schedule_hour   => '5',
    backup_schedule_minute => '0',
  }
Upgrades
Upgrades to Stash

Stash can be upgraded by incrementing this version number. This will STOP the running instance of Stash and attempt to upgrade. You should take caution when doing large version upgrades. Always backup your database and your home directory. The stash::facts class is required for upgrades.

  class { 'stash':
    javahome => '/opt/java',
    version  => '3.4.0',
  }
  class { 'stash::facts': }

If the stash service is managed outside of puppet the stop_stash paramater can be used to shut down stash.

  class { 'stash':
    javahome   => '/opt/java',
    version    => '3.4.0',
    stop_stash => 'crm resource stop stash && sleep 15',
  }
  class { 'stash::facts': }

Usage

This module also allows for direct customization of the JVM, following Atlassian's recommendations

This is especially useful for setting properties such as HTTP/https proxy settings. Support has also been added for reverse proxying stash via Apache or nginx.

A more complex example

  class { 'stash':
    version        => '2.2.0',
    installdir     => '/opt/atlassian/atlassian-stash',
    homedir        => '/opt/atlassian/application-data/stash-home',
    javahome       => '/opt/java',
    download_url    => 'http://example.co.za/pub/software/development-tools/atlassian/',
    dburl          => 'jdbc:postgresql://dbvip.example.co.za:5433/stash',
    dbpassword     => $stashpass,
    service_manage => false,
    jvm_xms        => '1G',
    jvm_xmx        => '4G',
    java_opts      => '-Dhttp.proxyHost=proxy.example.co.za -Dhttp.proxyPort=8080 -Dhttps.proxyHost=proxy.example.co.za -Dhttps.proxyPort=8080 -Dhttp.nonProxyHosts=\"localhost|127.0.0.1|172.*.*.*|10.*.*.*|*.example.co.za\"',
    proxy          => {
      scheme       => 'https',
      proxyName    => 'stash.example.co.za',
      proxyPort    => '443',
    },
    tomcat_port    => '7991'
  }
  class { 'stash::facts': }
  class { 'stash::gc': }

A Hiera example

This example is used in production for 500 users in an traditional enterprise environment. Your mileage may vary. The dbpassword can be stored using eyaml hiera extension.

# Stash configuration
stash::version:        '3.4.0'
stash::installdir:     '/opt/atlassian/atlassian-stash'
stash::homedir:        '/opt/atlassian/application-data/stash-home'
stash::javahome:       '/opt/java'
stash::dburl:          'jdbc:postgresql://dbvip.example.co.za:5433/stash'
stash::service_manage: false
stash::download_url:    'http://example.co.za/pub/software/development-tools/atlassian'
stash::jvm_xms:        '1G'
stash::jvm_xmx:        '4G'
stash::java_opts: >
  -XX:+UseLargePages
  -Dhttp.proxyHost=proxy.example.co.za
  -Dhttp.proxyPort=8080
  -Dhttps.proxyHost=proxy.example.co.za
  -Dhttps.proxyPort=8080
  -Dhttp.nonProxyHosts=localhost\|127.0.0.1\|172.*.*.*\|10.*.*.*\|*.example.co.za
stash::env:
  - 'http_proxy=proxy.example.co.za:8080'
  - 'https_proxy=proxy.example.co.za:8080'
stash::proxy:
  scheme:     'https'
  proxyName:  'stash.example.co.za'
  proxyPort:  '443'
stash::stash_stop: '/usr/sbin crm resource stop stash'

Reference

Classes

Public Classes

  • stash: Main class, manages the installation and configuration of Stash.
  • stash::facts: Enable external facts for running instance of Stash. This class is required to handle upgrades of Stash. As it is an external fact, we chose not to enable it by default.
  • stash::gc: Schedule a weekly git garbage collect for all repositories
  • stash::backup: Schedule a backup of stash

Private Classes

  • stash::install: Installs Stash binaries
  • stash::config: Modifies Stash/tomcat configuration files
  • stash::service: Manage the Stash service.

Parameters

Stash parameters

javahome

Specify the java home directory. No assumptions are made re the location of java and therefore this option is required. Default: undef

version

Specifies the version of Stash to install, defaults to latest available at time of module upload to the forge. It is recommended to pin the version number to avoid unnecessary upgrades of Stash

format

The format of the file stash will be installed from. Default: 'tar.gz'

installdir

The installation directory of the stash binaries. Default: '/opt/stash'

homedir

The home directory of stash. Configuration files are stored here. Default: '/home/stash'

manage_usr_grp

Whether or not this module will manage the stash user and group associated with the install. You must either allow the module to manage both aspects or handle both outside the module. Default: true

user

The user that stash should run as, as well as the ownership of stash related files. Default: 'stash'

group

The group that stash files should be owned by. Default: 'stash'

uid

Specify a uid of the stash user. Default: undef

gid

Specify a gid of the stash user: Default: undef

context_path

Specify context path, defaults to ''. If modified, Once Stash has started, go to the administration area and click Server Settings (under 'Settings'). Append the new context path to your base URL.

tomcat_port

Specify the port that you wish to run tomcat under, defaults to 7990

database parameters

dbuser

The name of the database user that stash should use. Default: 'stash'

dbpassword

The database password for the database user. Default: 'password'

dburl

The uri to the stash database server. Default: 'jdbc:postgresql://localhost:5432/stash'

dbdriver

The driver to use to connect to the database. Default: 'org.postgresql.Driver'

JVM Java parameters

jvm_xms

Default: '256m'

jvm_xmx

Default: '1024m'

jvm_optional

Default: '-XX:-HeapDumpOnOutOfMemoryError'

jvm_support_recommended_args

Default: ''

java_opts

Default: ''

Tomcat parameters

proxy

Reverse https proxy configuration. See examples for more detail. Default: {}

Miscellaneous parameters

download_url

The URL used to download the Stash installation file. Defaults to 'https://www.atlassian.com/software/stash/downloads/binary'

checksum

The md5 checksum of the archive file. Only supported with deploy_module => archive. Defaults to 'undef'

service_manage

Should puppet manage this service? Default: true

$service_ensure

Manage the stash service, defaults to 'running'

$service_enable

Defaults to 'true'

$stop_stash

If the stash service is managed outside of puppet the stop_stash paramater can be used to shut down stash for upgrades. Defaults to 'service stash stop && sleep 15'

deploy_module

Module to use for installed stash archive fille. Supports puppet-archive and puppet-staging. Defaults to 'archive'. Archive supports md5 hash checking, Staging support s3 buckets.

config_properties

Extra configuration options for stash (stash-config.properties). See https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/STASH/Stash+config+properties for available options. Must be a hash, Default: {}

Backup parameters

backup_ensure

Enable or disable the backup cron job. Defaults to present.

backupclient_version

The version of the backup client to install. Defaults to '1.9.1'

backup_home

Home directory to use for backups. Backups are created here under /archive. Defaults to '/opt/stash-backup'.

backupuser

The username to use to initiate the stash backup. Defaults to 'admin'

backuppass

The password to use to initiate the stash backup. Defaults to 'password'

backup_keep_age

How long to keep the backup archives for. You can choose seconds, minutes, hours, days, or weeks by specifying the first letter of any of those words (e.g., ‘1w’). Specifying 0 will remove all files.

backup_schedule_hour

Hour schedule for when to perform backup. Defaults to '5'.

backup_schedule_minute

Minute schedule for when to perform backup. Defaults to '0'.

Limitations

  • Puppet 3.8.7+
  • Puppet Enterprise

The puppetlabs repositories can be found at: http://yum.puppetlabs.com/ and http://apt.puppetlabs.com/

  • RedHat / CentOS 5/6/7
  • Ubuntu 12.04 / 14.04
  • Debian 7

We plan to support other Linux distributions and possibly Windows in the near future.

Development

Please feel free to raise any issues here for bug fixes. We also welcome feature requests. Feel free to make a pull request for anything and we make the effort to review and merge. We prefer with tests if possible.

Testing - How to test the Stash module

Using puppetlabs_spec_helper. Simply run:

bundle install && bundle exec rake spec

to get results.

/usr/bin/ruby1.9.1 -S rspec spec/classes/stash_config_spec.rb spec/classes/stash_facts_spec.rb spec/classes/stash_install_spec.rb spec/classes/stash_service_spec.rb spec/classes/stash_upgrade_spec.rb --color
ldapname is deprecated and will be removed in a future version
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Using Beaker - Puppet Labs cloud enabled acceptance testing tool.

run (Additional yak shaving may be required):

BEAKER_set=ubuntu-server-12042-x64 bundle exec rake beaker
BEAKER_set==debian-73-x64 bundle exec rake beaker
BEAKER_set==centos-64-x64 bundle exec rake beaker

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