rabbitmq

Minimalistic RabbitMQ module

Matthias Saou

thias

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Version information

  • 0.1.1 (latest)
  • 0.1.0
released Mar 17th 2015
This version is compatible with:
  • Puppet Enterprise 3.x
  • Puppet >=2.7.20 <4.0.0
  • RedHat
    ,
    CentOS

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Documentation

thias/rabbitmq — version 0.1.1 Mar 17th 2015

puppet-rabbitmq

Overview

Install and enable RabbitMQ.

  • rabbitmq : Class to install and enable the server.

If you are looking for a more complete module, check out the official PuppetLabs RabbitMQ module. This module is made to be minimalistic, with few external requirements : stdlib, selinux (optional), nothing more.

It has been initially tested only with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.

Examples

include '::rabbitmq'

Once the RabbitMQ server is up and running, it initially needs to be manually configured. This is where other modules might go beyond this basic one. See rabbitmqctl(1) for more information.

If you already have an existing configuration, you should be able to pass it as-is using source or content type parameters, with your own files or templates (here we use an included example cluster template ) :

$cluster_nodes = [ 'rabbit@node1', 'rabbit@node2' ]
class { '::rabbitmq':
  rabbitmq_config_content => template('rabbitmq/rabbitmq.config-cluster.erb'),
  rabbitmq_env            => {
    'NODENAME'     => "rabbit@${::hostname}.example.lan",
    'USE_LONGNAME' => 'true',
  },
  enabled_plugins         => [ 'rabbitmq_management' ],
}