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iisposh (4) Versions 2.2.9

Installs/Configures IIS Features

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Description

Manage websites, application pools, web applications, and virtual directories in IIS 7.0,7.5,8.0

Requirements

Platforms

  • Windows Server 2008 (R1, R2)
  • Windows Server 2012 (R1, R2) (Testing In Progress)

Resource/Provider

iisposh_pool

Manage application pools in IIS

Actions

  • :create: - creates an application pool
  • :config: - configure an application pool
  • :delete: - delete an existing application pool
  • :start: - start an application pool
  • :stop: - stop an application pool
  • :restart: - restart an application pool

Attribute Parameters

  • name: name of application pool
  • properties: List of all properties to be set for application pool

Examples

# Create an application pool named TestPool with the following properties set
# recycling.periodicRestart.privatememory" = 4, processmodel.maxprocesses = 3, managedPipeLineMode = Integrated, managedRunTimeVersion = v4.0
# processModel.IdentityType = SpecificUser, Autostart = True, processmodel.username = mydomain\username, processmodel.password = mypassword, recycling.logEventOnRecycle = Time,Requests,IsapiUnhealthy,OnDemand,ConfigChange

iisposh_pool 'pool' do 
    name "TestPool"
    properties(
            "recycling.periodicRestart.privatememory" => 4,
            "processmodel.maxprocesses" => 3,
            "managedPipeLineMode" => "Integrated",
            "managedRunTimeVersion" => "v2.0",
            "processModel.IdentityType" => "SpecificUser",
            "autostart" => "True",
            "processmodel.username" => "mydomain\\username",
            "processmodel.password" => "mypassword",
            "recycling.logEventOnRecycle" => "Time,Requests,IsapiUnhealthy,OnDemand,ConfigChange"   
    )
    action :create
end

# Delete the TestPool Application Pool

iisposh_pool 'pool' do 
    name "TestPool"
    action :delete
end

iisposh_website

Allows easy management of IIS Websites

Actions

  • :create: - creates a new website
  • :config: - configure a website
  • :delete: - delete an existing website
  • :start: - start a website
  • :stop: - stop a website
  • :restart: - restart a website

Attribute Parameters

  • name: name of website
  • path: Physical path of website files
  • pool: Application pool of the website
  • properties: List of all properties to be set for website
  • bindings: Set website web bindings [["protocol", "port#","hostheader", "IPAddress"]]
  • powershell_code: String used to convert ruby hashtable to powershell hashtable
  • binding_string: String used to convert ruby array into format usable by powersehll

Examples

# create a new website at the location C:\inetpub\wwwroot\testsite with default binding of port 80

iisposh_website 'website' do 
    name "TestSite"
    action :create
end

# create a new website at the location C:\inetpub\wwwroot\testsite with the following properties set
# name = TestSite, applicationPool = TestPool, ServerAutoStart = True, logFile.logFormat = W3C, logfile.deirectory = c:\weblogs, logfile.logExtFileFalgs = Date,Time,ClientIP,ServerIP,Method,UriStem,UriQuery,HttpStatus,BytesSent,TimeTaken,UserAgent
# bindings = http,3030

iisposh_website 'website' do 
    name "TestSite"
    bindings [["http", "3030", "", ""]]
    properties(
            "applicationPool" => "TestPool",
            "physicalPath"  => "c:\\inetpub\\wwwroot\\testsite",
            "ServerAutoStart" => "True",
            "logfile.logformat" => "W3C",
            "logfile.directory" => "c:\\weblogs",
            "logfile.logExtFileFlags" => "Date,Time,ClientIP,ServerIP,Method,UriStem,UriQuery,HttpStatus,BytesSent,TimeTaken,UserAgent"
    )
    action :create
end

# Delete the TestSite website

    iisposh_website 'website' do 
        name "TestSite"
        action :delete
    end

# configure a website with the following properties
# name = TestSite, applicationPool = TestPool, ServerAutoStart = True, logFile.logFormat = W3C, logfile.deirectory = c:\weblogs, logfile.logExtFileFalgs = Date,Time,ClientIP,ServerIP,Method,UriStem,UriQuery,HttpStatus,BytesSent,TimeTaken,UserAgent
# bindings = http,3030  

iisposh_website 'website' do 
    name "TestSite"
    bindings [["http", "3030", "", ""]]
    properties(
            "applicationPool" => "TestPool",
            "physicalPath"  => "c:\\inetpub\\wwwroot\\testsite",
            "ServerAutoStart" => "True",
            "logfile.logformat" => "W3C",
            "logfile.directory" => "c:\\weblogs",
            "logfile.logExtFileFlags" => "Date,Time,ClientIP,ServerIP,Method,UriStem,UriQuery,HttpStatus,BytesSent,TimeTaken,UserAgent"
    )
    action :config
end 

# configure a website with the following properties
# name = TestSite, applicationPool = TestPool, ServerAutoStart = True, logFile.logFormat = W3C, logfile.deirectory = c:\weblogs, logfile.logExtFileFalgs = Date,Time,ClientIP,ServerIP,Method,UriStem,UriQuery,HttpStatus,BytesSent,TimeTaken,UserAgent

iisposh_website 'website' do 
    name "TestSite"
    properties(
            "applicationPool" => "TestPool",
            "physicalPath"  => "c:\\inetpub\\wwwroot\\testsite",
            "ServerAutoStart" => "True",
            "logfile.logformat" => "W3C",
            "logfile.directory" => "c:\\weblogs",
            "logfile.logExtFileFlags" => "Date,Time,ClientIP,ServerIP,Method,UriStem,UriQuery,HttpStatus,BytesSent,TimeTaken,UserAgent"
    )
    action :config
end 

# restart the TestSite website

iisposh_website 'website' do 
    name "TestSite"
    action :resetart
end

iisposh_webapp

Manage web applications in IIS

Actions

  • :create: - create a web application
  • :config: - configure a web application
  • :delete: - delete a web application

Attribute Parameters

  • name: Name of web application
  • path: Physical Path of web application files
  • site: Name of the website in which the web application belongs to
  • pool: Name of the Application Pool the web application runs under
  • properties: List of properties to be set for the application pool

Examples

# Create a web application named "TestApp" located at "c:\temp" under the "TestSite" running under the "TestPool" application pool

iisposh_webapp 'webapp' do 
    name "TestApp"
    pool "TestPool"
    site "TestSite"
    path "c:\\temp"
    properties(
        "username" => "",   # example:  domain\\username
        "password" => ""
    )
    action :create 
end

# Delete the "TestApp" web application under the "TestSite" website

iisposh_webapp 'webapp' do 
    name "TestApp"
    site "TestSite"
    action :delete 
end

iisposh_vdir

Manage Virtual Directories in IIS

Actions

  • :create: - create a virtual directory
  • :config: - configure a virtual directory
  • :delete: - delete a virtual directory

Attribute Parameters

  • name: Name of virtual directory
  • path: Physical Path of virtual directory files
  • site: Name of the website in which the virtual directory belongs to
  • properties: List of properties to be set for the virutal directory

Examples

# Create a virtual directory named "TestDir" under the "TestSite" website with a path of c:\Temp with the following properties set
# logonMetohod = ClearText, AllowSubDir Config = True

iisposh_vdir 'vdir' do 
    name "Testdir"
    site "TestSite"
    path "c:\\temp"
    properties(
        "logonMethod" => "ClearText",
        "allowSubDirConfig" => "True"

    )

    action :create
end

# Delete the "TestDir" Virtual Director in the "TestSite" website

iisposh_vdir 'vdir' do 
    name "Testdir"
    site "TestSite"
    action :delete
end

Helpers

  • See powershell folder
    • Wrote a powershell script to help discover settings of currently deployed components in IIS. Pools, WebApps, Sites etc
  • files\default\test.ps1
    • To aid in testing of powershell outside of chef and LWRPs, test.ps1 was created to help test the different function calls.

Author

Dependent cookbooks

windows_feature ~> 1.0

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

2.2.9

Added functionalicy to Get-NormalizedPath function in common.ps1 to work with Windows Server 2012

2.2.8

Fix the powershell/DiscoverSettings.ps1 not walking more than 2 levels when displaying output. Added fuctionality to validate case sensitivity of properties.

2.0.0

Refactoring of iisposh now that we know the requirements.

0.1.0

Initial release of iisposh

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