Sets up a local gem server repository.
Tested on Ubuntu 8.10 and 9.04.
Opscode cookbooks, http://github.com/opscode/cookbooks/tree/master
* gem_server[:virtual_host_name] - ServerName for Apache vhost. Default 'gems.domain'.
* gem_server[:virtual_host_alias] - ServerAlias(es) for Apache vhost. Default 'gems'.
* gem_server[:directory] - Filesystem location for the repository, default is /srv/gems.
Create files/default/packages, and copy gems to that directory.
Specify the gem source on clients via the command line, for example:
sudo gem source -a http://gems
sudo gem install rails --source http://gems
Or use the source with gem_package resources in your chef recipes.
gem_package "rails" do
Use the gems::mirror recipe to mirror RubyForge. This will take a long time because the repository is 28k+ gems and over 5.5G. It will also override the remote_directory resource to not notify gem generate_index, and instead handle that in the cron job that does the rsync.
= LICENSE and AUTHOR:
Author:: Joshua Timberman (<email@example.com>)
Copyright:: 2009, Opscode, Inc
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