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Manages tomcat (version 6 or 7) in /etc/tomcat(6)

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Version information

  • 0.4.8 (latest)
  • 0.4.7
  • 0.4.6
  • 0.4.5
  • 0.4.1
  • 0.3.0
released Feb 6th 2015
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Add this module to your Puppetfile:

mod 'sharumpe-tomcat', '0.4.8'
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bolt module add sharumpe-tomcat
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Manually install this module globally with Puppet module tool:

puppet module install sharumpe-tomcat --version 0.4.8

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sharumpe/tomcat — version 0.4.8 Feb 6th 2015

tomcat

Manages tomcat on OpenSuSE. This has defined types for tomcat-users.xml's roles and users, context.xml parameters, and most-used settings in server.xml. Also configures JAVA_OPTS and CATALINA_OPTS in tomcat(6).conf. This does NOT restart Tomcat on config file changes.

This is provided as-is, YMMV.

Examples

Include the module and set some Thread counts:

class { 'tomcat' :
    version         => 7,
    ajpMaxThreads       => 700,
    ajpMinSpareThreads  => 25,
    ajpMaxSpareThreads  => 75,
}

Full list of class parameters currently recognized, with their default values:

$version            = 7,
    $httpPort           = 8080,
    $httpRedirectPort   = 8443,
    $httpsPort          = 8443,
    $ajpPort            = 8009,
    $ajpRedirectPort    = 8443,
    $ajpMaxThreads      = 150,
    $ajpMinSpareThreads = 25,
    $ajpMaxSpareThreads = 50

Enable debug:

tomcat::conf { 'config' :
    debugEnable => true,
    debugPort   => 9666,
}

Full list of tomcat::conf parameters currently recognized, with their default values:

    $debugEnable    = false,
    $debugPort      = 9666,

    $jmxEnable      = false,
    $jmxPort        = 8666,

    $memoryMin      = 128,
    $memoryMax      = 1024,
    $memoryPermGen  = 256,

    $connectTimeout = 30,
    $readTimeout    = 300,

    $java_opt       = "",
    $catalina_opt   = ""

Set a default context parameter: (see .pp for defaults)

tomcat::context::parameter { 'serverName' :
    value       => 'vagrant.localdomain',
    description => 'The serverName for use by things.',
}

Set a default context environment value: (see .pp for defaults)

tomcat::context::environment { 'deploymentType' :
    value       => 'development',
    override    => false,
    type        => 'java.lang.String',
    description => 'The deploymentType for use by things.',
}

Set a server environment value in GlobalNamingResources: (see .pp for defaults)

tomcat::server::environment { 'isVagrant' :
    value       => 'true',
    override    => false,
    type        => 'java.lang.Boolean',
    description => 'Let apps know they are in Vagrant.',
}

Set up a user for the Tomcat Manager:

tomcat::role { 'manager' : }

tomcat::user { 'manager-vagrant' :
    user        => 'vagrant',
    password    => 'vagrant',
    role        => 'manager',
}

Contact

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