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prun-cfg (70) Versions 0.0.8

Helps to configure PRUN servers (PostgreSQL / Ruby on Rails/ Ubuntu / Nginx)

cookbook 'prun-cfg', '= 0.0.8', :supermarket
cookbook 'prun-cfg', '= 0.0.8'
knife supermarket install prun-cfg
knife supermarket download prun-cfg
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Helps to configure PRUN servers (PostgreSQL / Ruby on Rails/ Ubuntu / Nginx).


recipe[prun-cfg]: Rails stack

Default recipe which configures PRUN stack: Nginx / Postgresql / Rails structure / SSH access keys.


  • "apps": Rails applications
  • "ssl_apps": Applications with ssl access (443 port)
  • "domain_name": Base domain name
  • "common_repo": Common repo for private common code
  • "db": hash with database values
    • "user": db use
    • "password": db password
  • "pg_extensions": Postgresql extensions to be configured
  "default_attributes": {
    "apps": ["www", "app", "labs"],
    "ssl_apps": ["app"],
    "domain_name": "",
    "common_repo": "",
    "db": {
      "user": "db_user",
      "password": "Rxxxxxx9"
    "pg_extensions": ["unaccent", "hstore"]

Files you need at 'site-cookboks/prun-cfg/files/default':

  • 'application.yml': Common parameters based on Figaro gem file.
  • 'authorized_keys': list of public keys with access to server.
  • 'id_rsa' and '': identity ssh keys for the server.
  • '<app>.<domain>.crt' and '<app>.<domain>.key' files for SSL applications.

recipe[prun-cfg::newrelic]: Monitoring

Mounts NewRelic plugins to monitor Nginx, System and Database.


  • "newrelic_key": Account key access
  "default_attributes": {
    "newrelic_key": "249xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx9ab"


  1. Fork it ([my-github-username]/prun-cfg/fork )
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request


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Release notes


  • First publication
  • Adding SSL configuration for app with node["ssl_apps"] parameter. Certificates should be added to 'site-coockbooks/prun-cfg/files/default' as '<app>.<domain>.crt' and'<app>.<domain>.key'


  • Adding node["domain_name"] parameter because node name could be from other domain.


  • Configure one database per application defined in node["apps"]
  • Create a /etc/init.d/<app> service file per app to start|stop|restart thin
  • Adding node["pg_extensions"] to integrate extensions needed for the system

Dependent cookbooks

ssh_known_hosts >= 0.0.0

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

Foodcritic Metric

0.0.8 passed this metric