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arcgis-mission (3) Versions 3.7.0

Installs/Configures ArcGIS Mission Server

cookbook 'arcgis-mission', '~> 3.7.0'
cookbook 'arcgis-mission', '~> 3.7.0', :supermarket
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arcgis-mission cookbook

This cookbook installs and configures ArcGIS Mission Server.


Supported ArcGIS Mission Server versions

  • 10.8
  • 10.8.1
  • 10.9

Supported ArcGIS software

  • ArcGIS Mission Server


  • Microsoft Windows Server 2019 Standard and Datacenter
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Standard and Datacenter
  • Microsoft Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard and Datacenter
  • Ubuntu 16.04, 18.04
  • Rhel 6.5, 7.0


The following cookbooks are required:

  • arcgis-enterprise
  • arcgis-repository


  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['url'] = ArcGIS Mission Server URL. Default URL is https://<FQDN of the machine>:20443.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['wa_name'] = Name of ArcGIS Web Adaptor used for ArcGIS Mission Server. Default name is mission.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['wa_url'] = URL of the Web Adaptor used for ArcGIS Mission Server. Default URL is https://<FQDN of the machine>/<Mission Server Web Adaptor name>.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['domain_name'] = ArcGIS Mission Server site domain name. Default domain is FQDN of the machine.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['private_url'] = Private URL of ArcGIS Mission Server. Default URL is https://<FQDN of the machine>:20443/arcgis.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['web_context_url'] = Web Context URL of ArcGIS Mission Server. Default URL is https://<FQDN of the machine>/<Mission Server Web Adaptor name>.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['authorization_file'] = ArcGIS Mission Server authorization file path.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['authorization_file_version'] = ArcGIS Mission Server authorization file version. Default value is node['arcgis']['server']['authorization_file_version'].
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['install_dir'] = ArcGIS Mission Server installation directory. By default, ArcGIS Mission Server is installed to %ProgramW6432%\ArcGIS\Mission on Windows machines and to /home/arcgis on Linux machines.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['directories_root'] = The root ArcGIS Mission Server server directory location. The default value is C:\arcgismissionserver\directories on Windows and /<ArcGIS Mission Server install directory>/missionserver/usr/directories on Linux.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['config_store_type'] = ArcGIS Mission Server config store type (FILESYSTEM|AMAZON|AZURE). Default value is FILESYSTEM.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['config_store_connection_string'] = The configuration store location for the ArcGIS Mission Server site. By default, the configuration store is created in the local directory C:\arcgismissionserver\config-store on Windows and /<install directory>/usr/config-store on Linux.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['config_store_class_name'] = ArcGIS Mission Server config store persistence class name. Default value is com.esri.arcgis.carbon.persistence.impl.filesystem.FSConfigPersistence.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['log_level'] = ArcGIS Mission Server log level. Default value is WARNING.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['log_dir'] = ArcGIS Mission Server log directory. Default value is C:\arcgismissionserver\logs on Windows and /<install directory>/usr/logs on Linux.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['max_log_file_age'] = ArcGIS Mission Server maximum log file age. Default value is 90.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['setup_archive'] = Path to ArcGIS Mission Server setup archive. Default value depends on node['arcgis']['version'] attribute value.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['setup'] = The location of ArcGIS Mission Server setup executable. Default location is %USERPROFILE%\Documents\ArcGIS10.8\MissionServer\Setup.exe on Windows and /opt/arcgis/10.8/MissionServer_Linux/Setup on Linux.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['configure_autostart'] = If set to true, on Linux the Mission Server is configured to start with the operating system. Default value is true.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['admin_username'] = Primary ArcGIS Mission Server administrator user name. Default user name is admin.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['admin_password'] = Primary ArcGIS Mission Server administrator password. Default value is
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['primary_server_url'] = The URL of the existing ArcGIS Mission Server site to join, in the format Default URL nil.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['install_system_requirements'] = Enable system-level configuration for ArcGIS Mission Server. Default value is true.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['ports'] = Ports to open for ArcGIS Mission Servier in Windows firewall. Default is 20443,20300,20301,20302,20158,20159,20160.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['system_properties'] = ArcGIS Mission Server system properties. Default value is {}.
  • node['arcgis']['mission_server']['hostname'] = Host name or IP address of ArcGIS Mission Server machine. Default value is ''.



Installs and configures ArcGIS Mission Server.


Federates ArcGIS Mission Server with Portal for ArcGIS and enables Mission role.


Installs ArcGIS Mission Server.


Installs ArcGIS Web Adaptor for ArcGIS Mission Server.


Installs and configures ArcGIS Mission Server.


Joins additional machines to ArcGIS Mission Server site.


Installs and configures ArcGIS Web Adaptor for ArcGIS Mission Server.


Uninstalls ArcGIS Mission Server.


Uninstalls ArcGIS Web Adaptor for ArcGIS Mission Server.


Unregisters server machine from the ArcGIS Notebook Server site.


See wiki pages for more information about using ArcGIS cookbooks.


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Dependent cookbooks

arcgis-repository ~> 3.7
arcgis-enterprise ~> 3.7

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

arcgis-mission CHANGELOG

This file is used to list changes made in each version of the arcgis-mission cookbook.


  • Added support for ArcGIS Mission Server 10.9.
  • Added server_node and unregister_machine recipes.
  • Added support for installation without Linux superuser privileges.
  • Added support for group managed service Windows accounts (gMSA).
  • Added support for setting sever machine hostnames.
  • Added support for config store in DynamoDB/S3 AWS storage services.


  • Added support for Chef Client 15.


  • Initial release of the cookbook.

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