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codenamephp_php (12) Versions 4.0.0

Cookbook to install php

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cookbook 'codenamephp_php', '= 4.0.0'
cookbook 'codenamephp_php', '= 4.0.0', :supermarket
knife supermarket install codenamephp_php
knife supermarket download codenamephp_php
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Chef Cookbook PHP

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Cookbook to install php and apache2

Requirements

Supported Platforms

  • Debian Buster (probably works for previous versions and ubuntu too)

Chef

  • Chef 13.0+

Usage

Create a wrapper cookbook and add this cookbook to your Berksfile/Metadata.

In your recipie you can use the existing resources, e.g.

codenamephp_php_sury_repository 'sury-php'

codenamephp_php_package 'install php 5.6' do
  package_name "php5.6-cli"
end

codenamephp_php_package 'install php 7.4' do
  package_name "php7.4-cli"
  additional_packages %w[php7.4-fpm php7.4-curl php7.4-gd]
end

codenamephp_php_composer 'install composer'

codenamephp_php_xdebug 'install xdebug' do
  php_versions %w[5.6 7.4]
  services %w[cli fpm]
end

Resources

Composer

This resource can be used to install composer globally.

Actions

  • :install: Install the composer binary (phar) by downloading it from composer homepage and putting it to a folder that is in the path.

Properties

  • binary_path: The path where the binary will be placed, default: /usr/bin/composer
  • source: An alias or a source url from where the binary will be downloaded. If the alias is not recognized the source is used as is so it should be a valid url. default: stable, supported aliases:
    • stable
    • preview
    • snapshot
    • 1
    • 2

Examples

# Minmal parameters
codenamephp_php_composer 'install composer'

# Custom source and path
codenamephp_php_composer 'install composer' do
  binary_path '/my/custom/executable/path'
  source 'snapshot'
end

Config

This config can be used to create and manage configurations.

Actions

  • enable: Creates or updates the config and enables it by symlinking it for the given services
  • create: Creates or updates the config without enabling it
  • disable: Removes the symlink from the given services but does not delete the config
  • delete: Disables and delete the config

Properties

  • cookbook_file: The file from the cookbook that will be used as config
  • php_versions: The php versions the config will be managed for as string array
  • config_name: The name the config will get in the mods-available folder
  • priority: The prefix the symlink will get to determine the sequence the config is loaded in, default: 30 (after default configs which have 20)
  • services: The services the config should be managed for, default: ['cli', 'apache2', 'fpm']
  • cookbook_file_cookbook: The cookbook the cookfile_file will be taken from, default: codenamephp_php

Examples

# Minimal config
codenamephp_php_config 'configure xdebug' do
  cookbook_file 'xdebug.ini'
  php_versions %w[5.6 7.2]
  config_name 'xdebug-custom.ini'
end

# Custom config
codenamephp_php_config 'configure xdebug' do
  cookbook_file 'super-xdebug.ini'
  php_versions %w[5.6 7.2]
  config_name 'super-xdebug-custom.ini'
  priority 40
  services %w[cli]
  cookbook_file_cookbook 'my_cookbook'
end

Package

This package is used to install php and additional extensions from package

Actions

  • install: Installs php and additional extensions

Properties

  • package_name: The name of the base package, default: php
  • additional_packages: Additional packages to install, default: []

Examples

# Minimal
codenamephp_php_package 'install php'

# Custom package and extensions
codenamephp_php_package 'install php' do
  package_name 'php7.2-cli'
  additional_packages %w[php7.2-json php7.2-xml]
end

Sury Repository

This resource is used to install the repository from Ondřej Surý to apt.

Actions

  • add: Adds the repository to apt sources

Properties

  • uri: The uri of the repository, default: https://packages.sury.org/php/
  • repo_name: The name the repository will get, default: sury_php
  • components: The components that will be used, default: main
  • key: The source of the key the repo is signed with, default: https://packages.sury.org/php/apt.gpg

Examples

# Minimal
codenamephp_php_sury_repository 'add sury repository'

XDebug

This resource can be used to install xdebug with a default configuraiton.

Actions

  • install: Installs the xdebug extension and configuration for the given php versions
  • remove: Removes the extensionand configuration

Properties

  • php_versions: The php versions the config will be managed for as string array
  • package_name: The name of the package that will be installed, default: php-xdebug
  • config_name: The name of the custom config that will be created, default: xdebug-custom.ini
  • config_cookbook_file: The cookbook file that will be used as config, default: xdebug.ini
  • config_cookbook_file_cookbook: The cookbook the cookbook file will be taken from, default: codenamephp_php
  • add_sury_repository: If the sury repository should be added, default: true
  • services: The services the config should be managed for, default: ['apache2', 'fpm']

Examples

# Minimal config
codenamephp_php_xdebug 'install xdebug' do
  php_versions %w[5.6 7.2]
end

Phive

This resources installs Phive as global command line tool

Actions

  • install: Downloads, verifies and installs the phar
  • uninstall: Removes the phar

Properties

  • binary_path: The final path where the binary will be put. Should be in the system path, default: '/usr/bin/phive'
  • binary_temp_path: The path where the phar will be downloaded to prior to verification, default: '/tmp/phive.phar'
  • source: The source from where the phar will be downloaded, default: 'https://phar.io/releases/phive.phar'
  • key_uri: The uri from where the key for verification will be downloaded, default: 'https://phar.io/releases/phive.phar.asc'
  • key_path: The path to where the key will be downloaded to prior to verifcation, default: '/tmp/phive.phar.asc'
  • install_php_dependencies: Flag if the dependencies (php and some extensions) should be installed, default: true Keep in mind that if you set these to false, you need to install the dependencies yourself or Phive might not work ## Default The default cookbook is a No-Op since you want to choose your PHP version and stick to it. Having the default cookbook to install some "random" version could lead to unexpected updates and would cause more breaking changes.

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