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confluent-cookbook (5) Versions 0.1.0

Installs/Configures confluent.io platform from rpm/deb packages

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cookbook 'confluent-cookbook', '= 0.1.0'
cookbook 'confluent-cookbook', '= 0.1.0', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install confluent-cookbook
knife cookbook site download confluent-cookbook
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confluent.io Cookbook

This cookbook is using the confluent rpm and deb repositories to install the confluent-platform package. It will create a user confluent and init scripts for kafka and zookeeper.

Recipe

It comes with one recipe: confluent::default.

Kafka and ZooKeeper configuration

Instead of maintaing configuration templates, chef configuration properties will be added to server.properties and zookeeper.properties files.

Example Kafka: ruby default["confluent"]["kafka"]["server.properties"]["broker.id"] = "0" default["confluent"]["kafka"]["server.properties"]["port"] = "9092" ... will look like this in the /etc/kafka/server.properties broker.id=0 port=9092 ...

Example ZooKeeper: ruby default["confluent"]["kafka"]["zookeeper.properties"]["dataDir"] = "/tmp/zookeeper" default["confluent"]["kafka"]["zookeeper.properties"]["clientPort"] = "2181" ...

will look like this in the /etc/kafka/zookeeper.properties dataDir=/tmp/zookeeper clientPort=2181 ...

Other confluent-platform configurations

Right now only Kafka and ZooKeeper can be configured. This will probably change since it is "work in progress".

Vagrant

In order to be able to run vagrant you need to run berks init and you have to install vagrant-berkshelf via vagrant plugin install vagrant-berkshelf. Afterwards run vagrant up.

Supported OS Distributions

Right now it has been tested with: - CentOS 6.5 - Ubuntu 14.04 (where it seems to hang sometimes during installation)

JRE

You need to install your desired JRE yourself, see Vagrantfile as an example.

Build

At some point this project might have a travis build job.

Dependent cookbooks

yum >= 0.0.0
apt >= 0.0.0
java >= 0.0.0

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

0.1.0

Initial release of confluent-cookbook

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