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sinopia (6) Versions 0.2.2

Install a sinopia NPM server (cache & private repo) See : https://github.com/rlidwka/sinopia/

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sinopia cookbook

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Sinopia project : https://github.com/rlidwka/sinopia/

Sinopia is a private/caching npm repository server.

It allows you to have a local npm registry with zero configuration. You don't have to install and replicate an entire CouchDB database. Sinopia keeps its own small database and, if a package doesn't exist there, it asks npmjs.org for it keeping only those packages you use.

Requirements

  • Chef >= 11
  • Currently only tested with chef 11.10 on Ubuntu 12.04.
  • Sinopia Cookbook heavily depends on nodejs and node community cookbooks.

Usage

Add recipe[sinopia] to the node runlist.

Default recipe with no other options will :

  • Configure sinopia folders (in /etc, /var & /var/log)
  • Install node + npm from the official repo at the latest version
  • Create a passwordless sinopia user who will run the service
  • Install latest version of sinopia from npmjs.org
  • Configure log rotation to 30d
  • Setup and start sinopia service (based on upstart for now)

Defaults

  • Sinopia will bind to 127.0.0.1:4873, so you probably need to setup a web frontend.
  • Access to the npm service is allowed to everyone.
  • All desired packages are cached from https://registry.npmjs.org/
  • A single npm account is provisionned to publish private packages with :
    • login : admin
    • passw : admin

Attributes

Every single Sinopia configuration item can be managed from node attributes. Default values are specified each time.

System configuration

  • node['sinopia']['user'] : (sinopia) default user running sinopia
  • node['sinopia']['confdir'] : (/etc/sinopia) config.yaml file location
  • node['sinopia']['datadir'] : (/var/lib/sinopia) Sinopia cache & private stores location
  • node['sinopia']['logdir'] : (/var/log/sinopia) sinopia.log file location
  • node['sinopia']['logdays'] : (30) log retention policy, Integer days
  • node['sinopia']['loglevel'] : (warn) log level, trace | debug | info | http | warn | error | fatal

Sinopia global conf

  • node['sinopia']['version'] : (nil) Synopia npm package version, use nil for latest
  • node['sinopia']['admin']['pass'] : (admin) Synopia admin account clear password
  • node['sinopia']['public_url'] : Sinopia rewrite url, url prefix for provided links
  • node['sinopia']['timeout'] : (nil) Cached repo timeout in ms, software default is 30000 ms
  • node['sinopia']['maxage'] : (nil) Sinopia metadata cache max age in sec, software defaut is 120s
  • node['sinopia']['max_body_size'] : (nil) Maximum size of uploaded json document, software default is 1mb

Users and rights

No users are created by default.

  • You can set user list with a hash under default['sinopia']['users'], you need to specify a password for each user
  • You can give admin right to a specific user with user['admin'] = true hash

Example: ```ruby node['sinopia']['users']['bob']['pass'] = 'incredible' node['sinopia']['users']['bob']['admin'] = true

node['sinopia']['users']['andy']['pass'] = 'toys' node['sinopia']['users']['andy']['admin'] = true

node['sinopia']['users']['woody']['pass'] = 'buzz' ```

NPM Registry

You can store a list of available npm repositories in node['sinopia']['repos'] following {'name' => 'url'} syntax.

Default hash is loaded with official npmjs repo : default['sinopia']['repos'] = {'npmjs' => 'https://registry.npmjs.org/'}

Example : ruby node['sinopia']['repos'] = { 'npmjs' => 'https://registry.npmjs.org/', # official npmjs repo 'myrepo' => 'https://myrepo.local/', 'other' => 'https://third-party-repo.com' }

node['sinopia']['mainrepo'] : (npmjs) Caching repository name selected from available repos list

Filters

  • You can define access & publish filters based on package name under default['sinopia']['filters']
  • Filter format is an Array with one Hash for one rule
  • Wildcard is accepted in the filter name rule
  • Access can be provided to :
    • Default (all)
    • Specified available users : ['user1', 'user2']
    • admin account + all admin user : '@admins'
  • publish can be provided to :
    • Default (admin account only)
    • Specified available users + admin : ['user1', 'user2']
    • admin account + all admin user : '@admins'
  • Storage value is the name of the folder where filtered packages will be set.

Example : ruby node['sinopia']['filters'] = [ { 'name' => 'private-*', 'storage' => 'private-repo' }, { 'name' => 'admin-*', 'access' => ['andy', 'woody'] }, { 'name' => 'test-*', 'access' => '@admins' } ]

Logging

This cookbook is reusing specific logging format of Sinopia :

type: file | stdout | stderr
level: trace | debug | info | http (default) | warn | error | fatal

{type: 'file', path: 'sinopia.log', level: 'debug'},

parameters for stdout and stderr: format: json | pretty
{type: 'stdout', format: 'pretty', level: 'debug'}

You can add as much logger as you want (including '{}') in default['sinopia']['logs'] Array

Default value is : ruby node['sinopia']['logs'] = [ "{type: file, path: '/var/log/sinopia/sinopia.log', level: warn}" ]

Proxy

See attributes/default.rb to view how to configure node['sinopia']['use_proxy'] and node['sinopia']['proxy'].

NPM

See attributes/default.rb to view Node & npm install options (version, source/package, ...)

Recipes

sinopia::default recipe includes : - sinopia::users : creates users - sinopia::nodejs : install node & npm - sinopia::sinopia : install sinopia, directories, conf and start service

Testing

Sinopia cookbook is bundled with a Vagrantfile. If you have virtualbox and vagrant ready, just fire a vagrant up and this will setup a box running Sinopia and listening 0.0.0.0:4873. Port 4873 is forwaded to your 127.0.0.1:4873 for test purposes.

Author

Author:: Barthelemy Vessemont (bvessemont@gmail.com)

Dependent cookbooks

logrotate ~> 1.4.0
user ~> 0.3.0
node ~> 1.0.1
nodejs ~> 1.3.0
apt ~> 2.3.0

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There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

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