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beaver (8) Versions 0.1.0

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cookbook 'beaver', '= 0.1.0'
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beaver Cookbook

Install beaver — the python daemon that munches on logs and sends their contents to logstash.

Requirements

Ohai and Chef:

This cookbook makes use of node['platform_family'] to simplify platform selection logic. This attribute was introduced in Ohai v0.6.12.

Platform:

The following platform families are supported:

  • Debian

Cookbooks

  • python (to use the pip LWRP)

Attributes

beaver::default

Key Type Description Default
<tt>['beaver']['version']</tt> String Version to install via pip <tt>29</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['log_path']</tt> String Log path <tt>/var/log</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['log_file']</tt> String Log file <tt>beaver.log</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['config_path']</tt> String Configuration path <tt>/etc/beaver</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['config_file']</tt> String Configuration file <tt>beaver.conf</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['respawn_delay']</tt> String Initial respawn delay for exponential backoff <tt>3</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['max_failure']</tt> String Max failures before exponential backoff terminates <tt>7</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['sincedb_path']</tt> String Full path to an sqlite3 database. Will be created at this path if it does not exist. <tt>7</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['transport']</tt> String Either redis, mqtt, rabbitmq, sqs_aws, udp or zeromq <tt>redis</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['format']</tt> String Format to use when sending to transport: either json, msgpack, string. <tt>redis</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['redis']['url']</tt> String Redis URL <tt>redis://localhost:6379/0</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['redis']['namespace']</tt> String Redis namespace <tt>logstash:beaver</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['mqtt']['host']</tt> String Host for mosquitto <tt>localhost</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['mqtt']['port']</tt> Integer Port for mosquitto <tt>1883</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['mqtt']['clientid']</tt> String Clientid for mosquitto <tt>mosquitto</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['mqtt']['keepalive']</tt> Integer Keepalive for mosquitto <tt>60</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['mqtt']['topic']</tt> String Topic for mosquitto <tt>/logstash</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['rabbitmq']['host']</tt> String Host for rabbitmq <tt>localhost</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['rabbitmq']['port']</tt> Integer Port for rabbitmq <tt>5672</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['rabbitmq']['vhost']</tt> String Vhost for rabbitmq <tt>/</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['rabbitmq']['vhost']</tt> String Vhost for rabbitmq <tt>/</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['rabbitmq']['username']</tt> String Username for rabbitmq <tt>guest</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['rabbitmq']['password']</tt> String Password for rabbitmq <tt>guest</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['rabbitmq']['queue']</tt> String Queue for rabbitmq <tt>logstash-queue</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['rabbitmq']['exchange_type']</tt> String Exchange-type for rabbitmq <tt>direct</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['rabbitmq']['exchange_durable']</tt> Integer Whether this exchange should be durable <tt>0</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['rabbitmq']['key']</tt> String Key for rabbitmq <tt>logstash-key</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['rabbitmq']['exchange']</tt> String Exchange for rabbitmq <tt>logstash-exchange</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['sqs_aws']['access_key']</tt> String Access Key for AWS SQS <tt></tt>
<tt>['beaver']['sqs_aws']['secret_key']</tt> String Secret Key for AWS SQS <tt></tt>
<tt>['beaver']['sqs_aws']['region']</tt> String AWS region to use <tt>us-east-1</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['sqs_aws']['queue']</tt> String Queue to use <tt>us-east-1</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['udp']['host']</tt> String UDP host to send to <tt>127.0.0.1</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['udp']['port']</tt> Integer UDP port to send to <tt>127.0.0.1</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['zeromq']['address']</tt> String ZeroMQ address <tt>tcp://localhost:2120</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['zeromq']['hwm']</tt> String High Watermark for ZeroMQ <tt></tt>
<tt>['beaver']['zeromq']['bind']</tt> String Whether to bind ZeroMQ <tt></tt>
<tt>['beaver']['use_tunnel']</tt> Boolean Use the selected transport through an ssh tunnel? <tt>false</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['ssh']['tunnel']</tt> String SSH Tunnel in the format user@host:port <tt>nil</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['ssh']['key_file']</tt> String Path to id_rsa key file relative to config_dir <tt>id_rsa</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['ssh']['tunnel_port']</tt> Integer Port to have locally for tunnel <tt>6379</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['ssh']['remote_host']</tt> String Remote host of ssh tunnel <tt>localhost</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['ssh']['remote_port']</tt> Integer Remote port of ssh tunnel <tt>6379</tt>
<tt>['beaver']['ssh']['generate_keypair']</tt> Boolean Whether to generate and expose keypair or not <tt>false</tt>

Usage

beaver::default

Just include beaver in your node's run_list:

{
  "name":"my_node",
  "run_list": [
    "recipe[beaver]"
  ]
}

And configure beaver either in role or on the node. If you set ['beaver']['ssh']['generate_keypair'] to true the cokbook will create a public-key pair in the config_path and will expose the public key on the node. This key can then be searched by e.g. the logstash host and grant password-free access to tunnel e.g. redis (or anything else) through it.

Contributing

  1. Fork the repository on Github
  2. Create a named feature branch (like add_component_x)
  3. Write you change
  4. Write tests for your change (if applicable)
  5. Run the tests, ensuring they all pass
  6. Submit a Pull Request using Github

Authors

  • Andreas Lappe

License

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

Dependent cookbooks

python >= 0.0.0

Contingent cookbooks

logstash Applicable Versions

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