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openfire (1) Versions 0.2.0

Installs Openfire Jabber server

Berkshelf/Librarian
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Knife
cookbook 'openfire', '~> 0.2.0'
cookbook 'openfire', '~> 0.2.0', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install openfire
knife cookbook site download openfire
README
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Quality 33%

Description

Install the Openfire Jabber server from source.

Requirements

The following Chef cookbooks should be installed:

  • java
  • database
  • postgresql

Supported Platforms

  • CentOS, Red Hat
  • Ubuntu (likely, but untested)

Database

This should still work using the built-in OpenFire database instead of using PostGreSQL. However this needs to be tested.

Attributes

All attributes are optional

Version

  • node[:openfire][:source_tarball]: currently defaults to openfire_3_8_1.tar.gz
    • This tarball will automatically be downloaded and installed

Installation

  • node[:openfire][:user]: the local user account to create and use to run the openfire process; defaults to openfire
    • also see node[:openfire][:group], which also defaults to openfire
  • node[:openfire][:base_dir]: the location on the file system to install openfire
  • node[:openfire][:config][:admin_console][:port]: Use your web browser to connect to this port while you are first setting up openfire. Defaults to 9090.
  • node[:openfire][:config][:admin_console][:secure_port]: Use your web browser to connect to this port after you have set up openfire for further configuration. This will require an https/SSL connection. Defaults to 9091.
  • node[:openfire][:config][:locale]: Defaults to en.
  • node[:openfire][:config][:network][:interface]: Defaults to nil (listen on all interfaces).

Database

  • node[:openfire][:database][:type]: currently only works with 'postgresql'. If you want to use the built-in database (untested), do not set this.
  • node[:openfire][:database][:password]: the database password for the Openfire user (required if database type is specified)
  • node[:openfire][:database][:name]: default openfire
    • also see [:database][:user], [:database][:host], [:database][:port], which have sane defaults

Usage

  • Optionally set the attributes mentioned in the Attributes section.
  • Add this to your node's run list: recipe[openfire], then run Chef.
  • Startup configuration is in the file /etc/openfire/openfire.xml
  • Java certificates are in the /etc/openfire/security directory.

New Installation

If you are configuring a new installation of Openfire, use your web browser to connect to your host, port 9091 (or whatever port you chose for node[:openfire][:config][:admin_console][:port] above). Run through the "wizard", and accept all defaults.

Import

If you are importing an existing installation of Openfire:

  • Optionally import the database
  • Within /etc/openfire/openfire.xml, right before the line </jive>, add the following: <setup>true</setup>.

Upgrading

This cookbook is not yet capable of automatically handling upgrades. To upgrade, follow the official instructions.

Download and untar into /opt/openfire. Then set symbolic links: * ln -s /etc/openfire /opt/openfire/conf * ln -s /var/log/openfire /opt/openfire/logs * ln -s /etc/openfire/security /opt/openfire/resources/security

Also copy your plugins: * rsync -av /opt/openfire_old/plugins/ /opt/openfire/plugins/

Dependent cookbooks

postgresql >= 0.0.0
database >= 0.0.0
java >= 0.0.0

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

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FC069: Ensure standardized license defined in metadata: openfire/metadata.rb:1
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