puppet

Puppet module for puppet agent / master setup.

Vaidas Jablonskis

zooz

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  • 0.0.1 (latest)
released Aug 3rd 2013

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zooz/puppet — version 0.0.1 Aug 3rd 2013

puppet

This module sets up puppet agent, master, reports to graphite and hiera.

This module is most flexible and most easier to manage when used with hiera.

Classes

puppet

This class installs puppet package. It should not be called directly. It is inherited by puppet::agent and puppet::master classes.

Parameters

  • vardir - Puppet working directory. Default: /var/lib/puppet`.

  • confdir - Puppet configuration directory. Default: /etc/puppet.

  • logdir - Puppet logs directory. Default: /var/log/puppet.

  • rundir - Where Puppet PID files are kept. Default: /var/run/puppet.

  • ssldir - Where SSL certificates are kept. Default: `$vardir/ssl.

puppet::agent

This class configures puppet agent itself and the agent service.

Parameters

  • enable - Whether to start the service on boot. Defaults to true. Valid values: true or false.

  • ensure - Whether to start the service on boot. Defaults to running. Valid values: running or stopped.

  • master - Puppet master server hostname. Default: puppet.

  • environment - Puppet environment. Default: production.

  • report - Enables or disables agent reports. Default: true.

  • pluginsync - Whether plugins should be synced with the central server. Default: true.

  • runinterval - How often puppet agent runs in seconds. Default: 1800.

Examples

---
classes:
  - puppet::agent

puppet::agent::enable: 'false'
puppet::agent::ensure: 'stopped'
puppet::agent::master: 'puppet.example.com'
puppet::agent::environment: 'staging'

puppet::master

This class installs puppet master and puppetdb-terminus packages and configures puppet master server. It is tested with Puppet 3.1 or later.

Parameters

  • enable - Whether to start the service on boot. Defaults to true. Valid values: true or false.

  • ensure - Whether to start the service on boot. Defaults to running. Valid values: running or stopped.

  • storeconfigs - Whether to store each client’s configuration, including catalogs, facts and related data. Default: false.

  • storeconfigs_backend - Configure the backend terminus used for StoreConfigs. Currently this module supports puppetdb only as a backend for stored configs. Default: puppetdb.

  • reports - The list of reports to generate. All reports are looked for in puppet/reports/name.rb, and multiple report names should be comma-separated (whitespace is okay). Default: store, puppetdb.

  • autosign - Whether to enable autosign. Valid values are true and false. Default: false.

  • allow_duplicate_certs - Whether to allow a new certificate request to overwrite an existing certificate. Default: false.

  • environments - A list of environments puppet master supports. Default: development, qa, staging, production.

  • path_to_env_code - Where to look for puppet modules data for specific environment. The module will not create directories. Default: /etc/puppet/environments.

  • path_to_hieradata - Where to look for hieradata data. Puppet will not create hiera data directories, it depends on your hierarchy. Default: $confdir/hieradata.

  • hiera_hierarchy - A list of hiera hierarchy items to use for data searching. Use ${} instead of %{} as the latter will be interpolated by hiera. Default:

    - 'environments/${environment}/nodes/${fqdn}'
    - 'environments/${environment}/roles/${noderole}'
    - 'environments/${environment}/sites/${nodesite}'
    - 'environments/${environment}/common'
    
  • hiera_backeds - What hiera backends to use. Default: yaml. Available backends: yaml, json, eyaml - it depends on puppet::hiera::eyaml class to be included for your puppet master.

  • puppetdb_server - PuppetDB server name. This tells puppet master where to find PuppetDB. Default: $::fqdn`.

  • puppetdb_port - PuppetDB port number. This tells puppet master what port to use to connect to the PuppetDB server. Default: 8081.

  • routes_enabled - Whether to use routes.yaml terminus granular configuration. Enable it only if puppet master is configured to use PuppetDB. Default: false.

Examples

# Using puppet master w/o a backend to store configs, facts, catalogs
---
classes:
  - puppet::master

puppet::master::environments:
  - 'development'
  - 'qa'


# Using puppet master with PuppetDB as a backend
---
classes:
  - puppet::master

puppet::master::environments:
  - 'development'
  - 'qa'

puppet::master::puppetdb_server: 'puppetdb.example.com'
puppet::master::routes_enabled: true

puppet::hiera::eyaml

This class installs rubygem-hiera-eyaml package, hiera eyaml backend libs and can generate private/public key pair for you.

More info can be found at: https://github.com/TomPoulton/hiera-eyaml

Requires

It expects rubygem-hiera-eyaml package to be available in apt/yum repositories.

Parameters

  • generate_keys - Whether to generate OpenSSL keys for encryption/decryption. Default: false.

puppet::master::reports::graphite

This class configures puppet report processor for graphite. Make sure puppet::master::reports: parameter has graphite listed as well (see examples).

Parameters

  • endpoint - Graphite plaintext socket server to send reports to. Default: undef. It is a required parameter. This class will fail if this parameter is missing.

  • prefix - Graphite key space prefix. Default: servers.<server-name_example_com>.puppet.reports.

  • port - Graphite server port number for plaintext socket protocol. Default: 2003.

Examples

---
classes:
  - puppet::master::reports::graphite
  - puppet::master

puppet::master::reports: 'store, graphite'

puppet::master::reports::graphite::endpoint: mygraphite.example.com

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