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selfsigned_certificate (1) Versions 0.1.0

Creates/Installs/Configures a selfsigned certificate

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cookbook 'selfsigned_certificate', '~> 0.1.0'
cookbook 'selfsigned_certificate', '~> 0.1.0', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install selfsigned_certificate
knife cookbook site download selfsigned_certificate
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selfsigned_certificate cookbook

This cookbook allow you to create a self signed certificate using openssl. The certificate is configured using the provided attributes.

Requirements

No requirement. Openssl package will be installed along the default recipe.

Usage

Testing

You can test the cookbook using the provided <code>Vagrantfile</code>. Make sure you edit sample attribute provided in the Vagrantfile to match your test needs.

Beware: vagrant 1.2.x aka Vagrant 2 is mandatory.

Depending on this cookbook

  1. Make your cookbook depends on this cookbook (e.g. in your Berksfile if you are using berkshelf, and in your metadata).
  2. You must override all the attributes as described below, except <code>node.selfsigned_certifcate[:destination]</code> which is recommended but not compulsory.
  3. Call the recipe using <code>include_recipe 'selfsigned_certificate'</code>
  4. You can then use the generated certificate in your own template using the attribute <code>node.selfsigned_certifcate[:destination]/server.crt</code> (and <code>.key</code>), for instance for nginx or Apache configuration.

Attributes

  • <code>node.selfsigned_certifcate[:destination]</code> : Where to store the created self-signed certificate.
  • <code>node.selfsigned_certifcate[:passphrase]</code> : The passphrase used to generate the request for signature and self CA signature. Obviously very sensible, you should configure it in your attribute files using a databag.
  • <code>node.selfsigned_certifcate[:country]</code> : Country code for the certificate.
  • <code>node.selfsigned_certifcate[:state]</code> : State for the certificate.
  • <code>node.selfsigned_certifcate[:city]</code> : City for the certificate.
  • <code>node.selfsigned_certifcate[:orga]</code> : Organisation for the certificate.
  • <code>node.selfsigned_certifcate[:depart]</code> : Departement for the certificate.
  • <code>node.selfsigned_certifcate[:cn]</code> : Common name for the certificate.
  • <code>node.selfsigned_certifcate[:email]</code> : Contact email for the certificate.

Recipes

Default recipe in current version.

Todo

  • Unit tests

Author

Author:: Christophe Gravier (christophe.gravier@univ-st-etienne.fr)

Licence:: Apache 2.0

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