cookbook has been deprecated
Author provided reason for deprecation:
The dynomite cookbook has been deprecated and is no longer being maintained by its authors. Use of the dynomite cookbook is no longer recommended.
You may find that the riak
cookbook is a suitable alternative.
Installs and configures dynomite.
Ubuntu, mainly because of dependencies on Ubuntu specific installation methods in dependencies (thrift and boost).
* dynomite[:master] - whether this node is a master cluster node.
* dynomite[:cluster_name] - name of the dynomite cluster.
* dynomite[:data_dir] - location of the data.
* dynomite[:num_nodes] - number of nodes in the cluster.
* dynomite[:node_name] - name of this node.
* dynomite[:ascii_port] - port for ASCII protocol.
* dynomite[:thrift_port] - port for Thrift protocol.
* dynomite[:web_port] - port for web (HTTP).
Nothing fancy. Include the recipe, or add to a run_list like any other recipe. This cookbook relies on the ruby-dynomite client, which manages dynomite processes. The cookbook will set up dynomite as a runit service.
= LICENSE and AUTHOR:
Author:: Joshua Timberman (<firstname.lastname@example.org>)
Copyright:: 2009, Opscode, Inc.
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