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solr_6 (3) Versions 0.2.0

Installs/Configures Apache Solr Version 6

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Cookbook to install, configure, and start a Solr server (version 6).

Solr 6 comes prepackaged with its own installation script, this cookbook simply prepares an appropriate environment and executes that install script.

Recipes

  • solr_6::install - This will install Java (optional), download Solr, configure, install, and start the server.
  • solr_6::deploy - This will download a tarball containing one or more solr cores to the SOLR_HOME directory and restart the server. This is useful for bootstraping Solr when not using Solr Cloud.

Attributes

Java

  • node['solr']['install_java']
    • Install the Java Virtual Machine
    • Default: "true"

This recipe will automatically install JDK v1.8 from the community cookbook unless node['solr']['install_java'] is set to false. The java verson can be changed by overriding node['java']['jdk_version']

Solr

Installation

  • node['solr']['version']
    • Version of Solr to install
    • Default: '6.0.0'
  • node['solr']['url']
    • Remote location of the Solr source files
    • Default: Automatically determined from version specified.
  • node['solr']['dir']
    • Where to install Solr
    • Default: '/opt/solr'
  • node['solr']['user']
    • User that owns the Solr process
    • Default: 'solr'
  • node['solr']['group']
    • User Group that owns the Solr process
    • Default: 'solr'
  • node['solr']['data_dir']
    • Solr Data Directory
    • Default: '/var/solr'
    • Note: a 'data' folder will be appended which will be the SOLR_HOME location

Configuation

General
  • node['solr']['host']
    • Host Name for this Solr instance
    • Default: The FQDN of the machine
  • node['solr']['port']
    • Solr port
    • Default: '8983'
  • node['solr']['timezone']
    • Solr Timezone
    • Default: 'UTC'
Solr Cloud
  • node['solr']['zk_host']
    • Zookeeper Host
    • Default: "" (Disabled)
  • node['solr']['zk_client_timeout']
    • The ZooKeeper client timeout
    • Default: '15000'
Performance
  • node['solr']['java_mem']

    • Amount of memory to allocate to Solr
    • Default: '-Xms512m -Xmx512m'
  • node['solr']['gc_tune']

    • Garbage collection settings
    • Defaults to installer provided settings (see attributes/install.rb)
Logging
  • node['solr']['gc_log_opts']
    • Logging options string
    • Defaults to verbose settings (see attributes/install.rb)
Monitoring
  • node['solr']['enable_remote_jmx_opts']
    • Activate the JMX RMI connector to allow remote JMX client applications to monitor the JVM hosting Solr; set to "false" to disable that behavior
    • Default: 'false' (recommended in production environments)
  • node['solr']['rmi_port']
    • Specifies the port for the RMI connector
    • Default '18983'
    • Note: If node['solr']['enable_remote_jmx_opts'] is "false" then this line will be commented out
Security
  • node['solr']['solr_authentication_client_configurer']
    • Solr authentication client configurer
    • Default: "" (Disabled)
  • node['solr']['solr_authentication_opts']
    • Solr authentication options
    • Default: "" (Disabled)
SSL
  • node['solr']['solr_ssl_key_store']
    • Default: "" (Disabled)
  • node['solr']['solr_ssl_key_store_password']
    • Default: "" (Disabled)
  • node['solr']['solr_ssl_trust_store']
    • Default: "" (Disabled)
  • node['solr']['solr_ssl_trust_store_password']
    • Default: "" (Disabled)
  • node['solr']['solr_ssl_need_client_auth']
    • Default: "" (Disabled)
  • node['solr']['solr_ssl_want_client_auth']
    • Default: "" (Disabled)
  • node['solr']['solr_ssl_client_key_store']
    • Default: "" (Disabled)
  • node['solr']['solr_ssl_client_key_store_password']
    • Default: "" (Disabled)
  • node['solr']['solr_ssl_client_trust_store']
    • Default: "" (Disabled)
  • node['solr']['solr_ssl_client_trust_store_password']
    • Default: "" (Disabled)

Deploy

  • node['solr']['deploy_url']
    • URL from which a tarball can be downloaded containing Solr core(s)
    • Default: nil

If the solr_6::deploy recipe is invoked, but the node['solr']['deploy_url'] is not set the recipe will raise an exception.

Currently only publicly available urls can be downloaded. Providing more options could be added down the road (see Contributing).

One or more Solr core directories can be stored at the root of the archive. The provided url will be downloaded and extracted directly into the SOLR_HOME directory. Solr 6 provides core autodiscovery so cores should be available immediately after the service restarts.

Supports

  • Ubuntu
  • CentOS
  • Red Hat
  • Amazon
  • Fedora

Java 8 is not currently installable on Debian with the Java community Chef recipe. Debian could be supported if Java 8 is installed manually.

Roadmap

v2.0 -- allow configuration of multiple instances through Chef Custom Resources

Contributing

Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.

Authors:: Nate Flood for ECHO Inc. < nflood@echonet.org >

License: MIT

Dependent cookbooks

java >= 0.0.0
yum >= 0.0.0

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

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