Installs Redmine, a Ruby on Rails ticket tracking and wiki tool.
Tested on Ubuntu 9.04, uses the Opscode Apache2 cookbook which is Ubuntu/Debian specific.
Opscode cookbooks (http://github.com/opscode/cookbooks/tree/master)
* redmine[:dl_id] - download id on the rubyforge page, needs to be updated on new redmine releases.
* redmine[:version] - release version of redmine to use.
* redmine[:dir] - directory where redmine will be installed.
* redmine[:db][:type] - type of database to use, default is sqlite. mysql or postgresql can be used, but the recipe will need to modified, and the next three attributes adjusted.
* redmine[:db][:user] - database user to connect as, default is redmine.
* redmine[:db][:password] - password for the user, default is a random string.
* redmine[:db][:hostname] - hostname of database server, default is localhost.
Including this recipe in a run_list, role or on a node will install Redmine as a Passenger application under Apache2.
You'll probably want to customize it to fit your environment, as a site-cookbook, especially if you want to use something besides sqlite as the database backend. The attributes file has database_master commented out as an example start on using a node search to determine a database host. See the Chef wiki regarding searches for more information.
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