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pyload (8) Versions 2.0.1

Installs/Configures Pyload

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Pyload Cookbook

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This cookbook provides resources for installing and configuring Pyload.

Requirements

Platforms

  • Debian / Ubuntu
  • RHEL / CentOS / Oracle
  • Fedora
  • openSUSE / SUSE Linux Enterprises

Chef

Chef 15+

Dependencies

This cookbook has the following dependencies:

Usage

This cookbook provides various resources for installing and configuring your Pyload instance(s), which are best used in your own wrapper cookbook. Specify your own parameters on any of the provided resources, to install one or multiple Pyload instances regarding your needs.

Resource Names

Many of the resources provided in this cookbook need to share configuration values for an instance. Therefore each resource provides a property instance_name to correctly identify all the resources of a single instance, which must be unique obviously. As an example, the pyload_config resource needs to know the version of the instance and the download directory created by pyload_install to correctly configure the instance.

All the resources of this cookbook use the following search order in Chefs run context to locate all the corresponding resources that apply to a unique instance: 1. Resources that share the same resource name 2. Resources that share the same value for property instance_name 3. Resources named either default or pyload (fails if resources with both default or pyload as name exist) 4. Resources with instance_name set to either default or pyload (fails if resources with both default or pyload as value for instance_name exist)

In case the instance_name of any resource is set to a value not a reserved default (default or pyload), the instance name will be appended to the resource properties default values. This is required to avoid conflicts for multi instance configurations. As an example, properties specifying a directory will have their default value automatically changed to a directory with the instance name included (/opt/pyload -> /opt/pyload_INSTANCE_NAME).

Notifications

The resources provided in this cookbook do not automatically execute any actions on instance resources when changes have occurred. You must supply your desired notifications for an instance when using resources of this cookbook if you want Chef to automatically restart services. See below for an example how to do this.

Examples

The following example will install a global instance of Pyload using the defaults:

pyload_install 'default' do
  notifies :restart, 'pyload_service[default]', :delayed
end

pyload_config 'default' do
  notifies :restart, 'pyload_service[default]', :delayed
end

pyload_service 'default' do
  action [:start, :enable]
end

More examples on how this cookbook could be used, can be found at test/fixtures/cookbooks/test.

Resources

pyload_install

Installs an instance of Pyload regarding configured install method.

Actions

  • install - Default. Installs an instance of Pyload with configured installed method.
  • install_pip - Installs an instance of Pyload with install method pip. This install method requires version to be >= 0.5.0.
  • install_source - Installs an instance of Pyload with install method source.

Properties

  • instance_name - Specifies a unique name for the instance to be installed. Reserved default instance names are default and pyload. This is the name property.
  • version - Specifies the version to be installed. By default, this is set to 0.4.20.
  • install_method - Specifies the install method used to install the instance. Supported methods are pip and source. By default, this is set to source.
  • install_dir - Specifies the full path to the install directory. By default, this is set to /opt/pyload.
  • data_dir - Specifies the full path to the data directory. By default, this is set to /var/lib/pyload.
  • log_dir - Specifies the full path to the logging directory. By default, this is set to /var/log/pyload.
  • download_dir - Specifies the full path to the download directory. By default, this is set to /tmp/downloads.
  • tmp_dir - Specifies the full path to the temp directory. By default, this is set to /tmp/pyload.
  • user - Specifies the user to run the instance. By default, this is set to pyload.
  • group - Specifies the group to run the instance. By default, this is set to pyload.
  • source_path - Specifies the full path to the distribution source. If the file does not exist, it will be downloaded from source_url. Only used if install method is set to source. By default, this depends on specified version.
  • source_url - Specifies the download URL to the distribution source. Only used if install method is set to source. By default, this depends on specified version.
  • source_checksum - Specifies a checksum for the distribution source downloaded from source_url. Only used if install method is set to source. This must be a valid SHA256 hash. By default, this depends on specified version.
  • create_user - Specifies if the user should be created. By default, this is set to true.
  • create_group - Specifies if the group should be created. By default, this is set to true.
  • create_download_dir - Specifies if the download directory should be created. By default, this is set to true.
  • create_symlink - Specifies if a symbolic link should be created from install_dir to latest version. By default, this is set to true.

Examples

Installs an Pyload 0.4.20 instance named with reserved default instance name default. The instance is installed to default directories using instance method source. It will be created at /opt/pyload-0.4.20 with a symbolic link at /opt/pyload. All directories will owned by user pyload and group pyload.

pyload_install 'default' do
  version '0.4.20'
end

Installs an Pyload 0.4.20 instance named helloworld. The instance is installed to default directories using instance method source. It will be created at /opt/pyload_helloworld-0.4.20 with a symbolic link at /opt/pyload_helloworld. All directories will owned by user pyload_helloworld and group pyload_helloworld.

pyload_install 'helloworld' do
  version '0.4.20'
end

pyload_config

Configures an instance of Pyload. Not all properties available to this resource apply to all versions of a configuration file. Some required properties, such as the instance version, are determined by the corresponding pyload_install resource of this instance.

Actions

  • create - Default. Configures an instance of Pyload regarding its version.

Properties

  • instance_name - Specifies a unique name for the instance to be configured. Reserved default instance names are default and pyload. This is the name property.
  • source - Specifies the config file template source. By default, this depends on the instance version.
  • cookbook - Specifies the cookbook from which to load the config file source. By default, this is set to pyload.
  • auto_login - Specifies if login should be skipped if single user. By default, this is set to false.
  • basic_auth - Specifies if basic authentication should be enabled for web interface. By default, this is set to false.
  • change_downloads - Specifies if owner and group of downloaded files should be changed. By default, this is set to false.
  • change_file - Specifies if mode of downloaded files should be changed. By default, this is set to false.
  • change_group - Specifies if group of running process should be changed. By default, this is set to false.
  • change_user - Specifies if user of running process should be changed. By default, this is set to false.
  • checksums - Specifies if checksums should be checked. By default, this is set to false.
  • chunks - Specifies the maximum connections for one download. By default, this is set to 3.
  • console - Specifies if logging to console should be enabled. By default, this is set to true.
  • console_color - Specifies if console log should be colored if logging to console is enabled. By default, this is set to false.
  • debug_level - Specifies the debug level. Must be one of debug, trace or stack. By default, this is set to trace.
  • debug_mode - Specifies if debug mode should be enabled. By default, this is set to false.
  • development_mode - Specifies if web interface development mode should be enabled. By default, this is set to false.
  • end_time - Specifies the time downloads should be stopped automatically. By default, this is set to 0:00.
  • file_mode - Specifies the mode for created files. By default, this is set to 0644.
  • folder_mode - Specifies the mode for created folders. By default, this is set to 0755.
  • folder_per_package - Specifies if a folder for each downloaded package should be created. By default, this is set to true.
  • interface - Specifies the download interface to bind to.
  • ipv6 - Specifies if IPv6 should be enabled. By default, this is set to false.
  • language - Specifies the language. Must be one of en, de, fr, it, es, el_GR, nl, sv, ru, pl, cs, sr or pt_BR for config version 1 and en for config version 2. By default, this is set to en.
  • limit_speed - Specifies if download speed should be limited to maximum download speed. By default, this is set to false.
  • listen_address - Specifies the listen address for the web interface. By default, this is set to 0.0.0.0.
  • log - Specifies if logging to files should be enabled. By default, this is set to true.
  • log_entries - Specifies the maximum amount of log files to keep if logging to files is enabled. By default, this is set to 10.
  • log_rotate - Specifies if log files should be rotated if logging to files is enabled. By default, this is set to true.
  • log_size - Specifies the maximum size of file log before the log file is rotated in KB if logging to files is enabled. By default, this is set to 100.
  • max_downloads - Specifies the maximum parallel downloads. By default, this is set to 3.
  • max_speed - Specifies the maximum download speed in KB/s. By default, this is set to -1.
  • min_free_space - Specifies the minimum free space at download directory in MB. By default, this is set to 1024.
  • port - Specifies the port the web interface should listen on. By default, this is set to 8000.
  • prefix - Specifies the web interface path prefix.
  • proxy - Specifies if a proxy should be used. By default, this is set to false.
  • proxy_host - Specifies the proxy host address if proxy port should be used. By default, this is set to localhost.
  • proxy_password - Specifies the password for proxy authentication if proxy should be used.
  • proxy_port - Specifies the proxy port if proxy should be used. By default, this is set to 7070.
  • proxy_protocol - Specifies the proxy protocol if proxy should be used. Must be one of http, socks4 or socks5. By default, this is set to http.
  • proxy_username - Specifies the username for proxy authentication if proxy should be used.
  • reconnect - Specifies if reconnect should be enabled. By default, this is set to false.
  • reconnect_end_time - Specifies the reconnect end time if reconnect is enabled. By default, this is set to 0:00.
  • reconnect_method - Specifies the reconnect method if reconnect is enabled. Applies only to config version 1.
  • reconnect_script - Specifies the reconnect script if reconnect is enabled. Applies only to config version 2.
  • reconnect_start_time - Specifies the reconnect start time if reconnect is enabled. By default, this is set to 0:00.
  • remote - Specifies if remote interface should be enabled. By default, this is set to false.
  • remote_listen_address - Specifies the listen address for the remote interface if remote is enabled. By default, this is set to 0.0.0.0.
  • remote_no_local_auth - Specifies if local connections require authentication if remote is enabled. By default, this is set to true.
  • remote_port - Specifies the port the remote interface should listen on if remote is enabled. By default, this is set to 7227.
  • renice - Specifies the CPU priority. By default, this is set to 0.
  • server_type - Specifies the server type of the web interface. Must be one of builtin, threaded, fastcgi or lightweight. By default, this is set to builtin.
  • skip_existing - Specifies if files previously downloaded should be skipped. By default, this is set to false.
  • ssl - Specifies if web interface should be served via SSL/TLS. By default, this is set to false.
  • ssl_cert - Specifies the SSL/TLS certificate.
  • ssl_chain - Specifies the SSL/TLS certificate chain.
  • ssl_key - Specifies the SSL/TLS certificate key.
  • start_time - Specifies the time downloads should be started automatically. By default, this is set to 0:00.
  • syslog - Specifies if logging to syslog should be enabled. By default, this is set to false.
  • syslog_dir - Specifies the syslog folder to log to if syslog is enabled. Applies only to config version 2.
  • syslog_host - Specifies the syslog host address if syslog is enabled. By default, this is set to localhost.
  • syslog_location - Specifies the syslog location if syslog is enabled. ust be one of local or remote. By default, this is set to locale.
  • syslog_port - Specifies the syslog host port if syslog is enabled. By default, this is set to 514.
  • theme - Specifies the theme of the web interface. Must be one of classic, pyplex or modern for version 1 and Default or PyPlex for version 2. By default, this is set to classic for config version 1 and Default for config version 2.
  • web - Specifies if web interface should be enabled. By default, this is set to true.

Examples

Configures an Pyload 0.4.20 instance named with reserved default instance name default with config version 1. The corresponding resources from this cookbook for this instance with name default, e.g. pyload_install[default], will be used for configuration. The config file for this instance will be created in data directory at /var/lib/pyload and configures classic theme.

pyload_config 'default' do
  theme 'classic'
end

Configures an Pyload 0.4.20 instance named helloworld with config version 1. The corresponding resources from this cookbook for this instance with name helloworld, e.g. pyload_install[helloworld], will be used for configuration. The config file for this instance will be created in data directory at /var/lib/pyload_helloworld and configures modern theme.

pyload_config 'helloworld' do
  theme 'modern'
end

pyload_service

Creates a service configuration for an instance of Pyload to run using the appropriate init system. Some required properties, such as the instance version, are determined by the corresponding pyload_install resource of this instance.

Actions

  • start - Default. Starts the instance of Pyload.
  • stop - Stops the instance of Pyload.
  • enable - Enables the instance of Pyload.
  • disable - Disables the instance of Pyload.
  • restart - Restarts the instance of Pyload.
  • create - Creates configuration file for the appropriate init system for the instance of Pyload. Automatically called by actions start and enable.

Properties

  • instance_name - Specifies a unique name for the instance service configuration to be created. Reserved default instance names are default and pyload. This is the name property.
  • service_name - Specifies the service name. By default, this is set to pyload.
  • env_vars - Specifies a hash of environment variables to be applied. By default, this is set to an empty hash.
  • kill_signal - Specifies the kill signal used to stop a running service. By default, this is set to SIGINT.
  • restart_policy - Specifies the restart policy of a service. By default, this is set to always.

Examples

Creates a service configuration for an Pyload 0.4.20 instance named with reserved default instance name default. The corresponding resources from this cookbook for this instance with name default, e.g. pyload_install[default], will be used during creation of the service configuration. The service configuration will be created with a restart policy that restarts the service on abort.

pyload_service 'default' do
  restart_policy 'on-abort'
end

Creates a service configuration for an Pyload 0.4.20 instance named helloworld. The corresponding resources from this cookbook for this instance with name helloworld, e.g. pyload_install[helloworld], will be used during creation of the service configuration. The service configuration will be created with a restart policy that restarts the service on abort.

pyload_service 'helloworld' do
  restart_policy 'on-abort'
end

License

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
You may obtain a copy of the License at

    http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
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