cookbook 'chef-server-webapp', '= 0.1.0', :supermarket
The chef-server-webapp cookbook has been deprecated
The chef-server-webapp cookbook has been deprecated and is no longer being maintained by its authors. Use of the chef-server-webapp cookbook is no longer recommended. You may find that the chef-server cookbook is a suitable alternative.
chef-server-webapp (4) Versions 0.1.0 Follow1
Configures Omnibus Chef server as an Apache webapp
cookbook 'chef-server-webapp', '= 0.1.0'
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This cookbook configures Omnibus Chef server as an Apache webapp. This makes it possible to host other HTTP services on the same node that runs Chef server, and makes it easier to unify http configuration across multiple services.
This cookbook's home is at https://github.com/3ofcoins/chef-cookbook-chef-server-webapp/
chef-servercookbook version 2.0.0+
node['chef-server']['webapp']['ssl_certificate_path'] to run over
https. You need to get the key & certificate files to the server
earlier in the run list; you may use
node['chef-server']['api_fqdn'] contains proper FQDN.
recipe[chef-server-webapp] to your run list.
chef-server.webapp.backend_https_port-- port to configure omnibus chef server's nginx to listen on; default is 17443
chef-server.webapp.ssl_certificate_path-- HTTPS keys.
default-- configures Omnibus chef server as a webapp.
This cookbook works by reconfiguring chef-server's nginx to listen on a high port number, and by proxying there over https from Apache. This is not the most efficient way of making it work: we forward https to https backend (otherwise bookshelf URLs generated by Chef API are wrong), so there's double encryption, and nginx shouldn't be required at all - Apache can be configured as the load balancer itself. If this is a performance issue for you, probably you need to run chef-server on a separate machine anyway.
Test cases are still a TODO.
Author:: Maciej Pasternacki firstname.lastname@example.org
|chef-server >= 2.0.0|
|apache2 >= 0.0.0|
There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.