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java_libs (3) Versions 0.9.0

Provides Java-related LWRPs and HWRPs

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Description

This cookbook contains LWRPs and HWRPs for handling optional common configuration of the JVM. The LWRPs and/or libraries in this cookbook should be referenced from recipes that run after the installation and configuration of Java via the cookbook at https://github.com/socrata-cookbooks/java.

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java_certificate LWRP

This cookbook contains the java_certificate LWRP which simplifies adding certificates to a java keystore. It can also populate the keystore with a certificate retrieved from a given SSL end-point. It defaults to the default keystore <java_home>/jre/lib/security/cacerts with the default password if a specific keystore is not provided.

Actions

  • :install: installs a certificate.
  • :remove: removes a certificate.

Attribute Parameters

  • cert_alias: The alias of the certificate in the keystore. This defaults to the name of the resource.

Optional parameters:

  • java_home: the java home directory. Defaults to node['java']['java_home'].
  • keystore_path: the keystore path. Defaults to node['java']['java_home']/jre/lib/security/cacerts.
  • keystore_passwd: the keystore password. Defaults to 'changeit' as specified by the Java Documentation.
  • server_name: server name to use for the SNI header (openssl s_client parameter -servername).

Only one of the following

  • cert_data: the certificate data to install
  • cert_file: path to a certificate file to install
  • ssl_endpoint: an SSL end-point from which to download the certificate

Examples

Simple example:

java_certificate 'Install LDAP server certificate to Java CA keystore for Jenkins' do
  cert_alias node['jenkins']['ldap']['url'][/\/\/(.*)/, 1]
  ssl_endpoint node['jenkins']['ldap']['url']
  action :install
  notifies :restart, 'runit_service[jenkins]', :delayed
end

SNI (Server Name Indication) support example:

java_certificate 'Install Self Signed server certificate with SNI Support' do
  cert_alias 'bar.com'
  ssl_endpoint 'foo.com'
  server_name 'bar.com'
  action :install
end

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java-libraries Releases

0.9.0

  • Added SNI Support

0.8.0

  • Rename and cleanup, backwards compatible with upstream / original cookbook at version 0.2.0 (last published version on supermarket)

0.2.0

  • (BUG) #2 - Fix java_certificate LWRP

0.1.0

  • Initial release

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