cookbook 'esri-tomcat', '~> 0.1.8', :supermarket
esri-tomcat (7) Versions 0.1.8 Follow0
cookbook 'esri-tomcat', '~> 0.1.8'
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This cookbook installs and configures Apache Tomcat for using with ArcGIS Web Adaptor.
- RHEL 6, 7
- Ubuntu 14.04, 16.04, 18.04
The following cookbooks are required: * tomcat * openssl
node['tomcat']['version']= Tomcat version to install. Default is
node['tomcat']['instance_name']= tomcat instance name. Default is
node['tomcat']['install_path']= tomcat installation directory. Default is
node['tomcat']['tarball_path']= tomcat tarball archive path. Default is
<Chef file cache path>/apache-tomcat-<tomcat version>.tar.gz.
node['tomcat']['verify_checksum']= Verify checksum of downloaded tomcat tarball. Default value is
node['tomcat']['forward_ports']= If set to
true, default recipe includes 'firewalld' or 'iptables' recipe. Default value is
node['tomcat']['firewalld']['init_cmd']= firewalld initialization command. The default command is
firewall-cmd --zone=public --permanent --add-port=0-65535/tcp.
node['tomcat']['keystore_file']= Optional: Path to the keystore file. If not provided, a new file and a self-signed certificate will be created.
node['tomcat']['keystore_password']= Optional: Password to the keystore.
node['tomcat']['ssl_enabled_protocols']= SSL protocols of HTTPS listener. Default is
node['tomcat']['domain_name']= Domain name for generated self-signed SSL certificate. Default is
Fully Qualified Domain Name.
node['java']['version']= Major java version. Default version is
node['java']['tarball_uri']= JDK tarball URI. Default URI is
node['java']['tarball_path']= JDK tarball local path. Default path is
node['java']['install_path']= JDK installation path. Default path is
Installs and configures Apache Tomcat application server for ArcGIS Web Adaptor.
If node['tomcat']['forward_ports'] attribute is
true (default value), the recipe also configures port forwarding (80 to 8080 and 443 to 8443) using iptables or firewalld recipes.
Installs Apache Tomcat application server.
Configures HTTPS listener in Apache Tomcat application server.
Configures port forwarding (80 to 8080 and 443 to 8443) using iptables.
Configures port forwarding (80 to 8080 and 443 to 8443) using FirewallD.
If firewalld service was started by the recipe, the recipe execute script specified by
node['tomcat']['firewalld']['init_cmd']which by default opens all the TCP ports on the machine.
Installs OpenJDK for Apache Tomcat from a local ur remote tarball.
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A copy of the license is available in the repository's License.txt file.
(Esri Tags: ArcGIS Chef Cookbook Tomcat) (Esri Language: Ruby)
|iptables ~> 7.1|
|openssl ~> 8.5|
|tomcat >= 3.2.0|
There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.
esri-tomcat cookbook CHANGELOG
This file is used to list changes made in each version of the esri-tomcat cookbook.
- Added iptables, firewalld, and openjdk recipes.
- Disabled AJP port connector.
- Added tarball_path attribute.
- Updated and locked versions of dependent cookbooks.
- Install Tomcat 8.0.53 as default.
- Use openjdk for test kitchen.
- Add ec2 test kitchen.
- Update tomcat dependency version > 2.5.2
- Fix chef 14 deprecation warnings
- Update kitchen to use chef 13
- Add additional guard for tomcat_install resource
- Fix some rubocop offenses
- Installs and configures Apache Tomcat for using with ArcGIS Web Adaptor