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stack_commons (14) Versions 0.0.37

provides common supporting features for stacks

Berkshelf/Librarian
Policyfile
Knife
cookbook 'stack_commons', '= 0.0.37'
cookbook 'stack_commons', '= 0.0.37', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install stack_commons
knife cookbook site download stack_commons
README
Dependencies
Changelog
Quality

stack_commons Cookbook

Common recipes/libraries required by other stacks (phpstacks/pythonstacks ...)

Requirements

Attributes

TODO: List your cookbook attributes here.

Usage

Recipes

stack_commons::mysql_*

Adds monitoring and iptables using platformstack, only when platformstack is present. See platformstack's README.md and attribute file on monitors.

stack_commons::default

TODO: Write usage instructions for each cookbook.

e.g. Just include stack_commons in your node's run_list:

{
  "name":"my_node",
  "run_list": [
    "recipe[stack_commons]"
  ]
}

stack_commons::newrelic

Just include stack_commons::newrelic in your node's run_list:

{
  "name":"my_node",
  "run_list": [
    "recipe[stack_commons::newrelic]"
  ]
}

Warning : Due to a resource name conflict between elasticsearch and newrelic_plugins cookbook we are using a fork rather than the upstream cookbook. You need to get this fork or add the following lines to your Berkshelf file : cookbook 'newrelic_plugins', git: 'git@github.com:rackspace-cookbooks/newrelic_plugins_chef.git' More details : https://github.com/newrelic-platform/newrelic_plugins_chef/pull/29

Contributing

e.g. 1. Fork the repository on Github 2. Create a named feature branch (like add_component_x) 3. Write your change 4. Write tests for your change (if applicable) 5. Run the tests, ensuring they all pass 6. Submit a Pull Request using Github

License and Authors

Authors: TODO: List authors

stack_commons CHANGELOG

This file is used to list changes made in each version of the stack_commons cookbook.

0.0.35

  • @cybermerc - Pin mysql cookbook to < 6 until mysql bits can be updated.

0.0.34

  • Release skipped.

0.0.33

0.0.32

  • @martinb3 - Fix logic bug / missing nil check

0.0.31

  • @martinb3 - Add feature to handle global privs (some software requires the db user have SUPER for triggers, etc)

0.0.30

  • @seeafish - Move pip setuptools upgrade out of pythonstack conditional and into main newrelic recipe
  • @seeafish - Forced utf-8 encoding on secure_password return value for rabbitmq password as it breaks newrelic

0.0.29

  • @martin - allow mysql monitoring template to converge on non-cloud boxes, actually test this by converging platformstack as part of stack_commons, in a separate test suite
  • @lmunro - changed rabbitmq logstash template to put all logs on a single line in a single message.
  • @martinb3 - Move newrelic tests from chefspec to serverspec, as upstream released a new version of the newrelic meetme agent cookbook, switching to LWRPs for some pieces of functionality we were testing in chefspec
  • @martinb3 - Removes the extraneous testing of distros where we did not check any differences
  • @martinb3 - Added some guards for recipes that did not like being converged with 'demo' set to true but with nginx enabled (the demo was only working w/ apache)

0.0.28

0.0.27

  • @seeafish - Add a fatal for mysql on ubuntu versions older than 14.04, as it will due to upstream
  • @seeafish - Remove mysql::client include as it's called by database::mysql anyway and causes compatibility issues

0.0.26

  • @seeafish - No change.

0.0.25

  • @martinb3 - Use node.deep_fetch, guard access to nested attrs

0.0.24

  • @martinb3 - Ensure a default value for custom monitoring array when not using platformstack.

0.0.23

  • @martinb3 - Removed platformstack dependencies and use attributes for configuring monitors.

0.0.22

  • @jujugrrr - Changed mysql logtash log path to match mysql multi

0.0.21

  • @jujugrrr - Changed rabbitmq monitoring port to 15672 and not the rabbitmq port (set by rabbitmq::mgmt_console)

0.0.20

  • @jujugrrr - Added mysql plugin support to newrelic

0.0.19

  • @seeafish - Added redis meetme functionality and cleaned up newrelic in general by removing refs to stackname and updating recipe inclusion checks.

0.0.16

  • @cybermerc - Added glusterfs

0.0.15

  • @jujugrrr - Fixed missing monitoring #26

0.0.12

  • @martinb3 - Migrated the logstash_commons calls to use attributes on elkstack instead. Added tests to verify the templates are pushed out successfully when converged with elkstack::agent in a wrapper recipe.

0.0.11

  • @jujugrrr - Added newrelic recipe

0.0.9

  • @jujugrrr - Removed systemd workaround as we don't support Centos7 anymore

0.0.8

Knife complained about uploading 0.0.7, but still uploaded, so I version bumped to be sure we had the latest/freshest:

$ knife cookbook site share stack_commons 'Other'
Generating metadata for stack_commons from /tmp/chef-stack_commons-build20141021-673-supw6x/stack_commons/metadata.rb
Making tarball stack_commons.tgz
ERROR: Error uploading cookbook stack_commons to the Opscode Cookbook Site: parse error: trailing garbage
                                   500 Internal Server Error If you ar
                     (right here) ------^
. Increase log verbosity (-VV) for more information.

0.0.7

  • @martinb3 - Added redis

0.0.6

  • [Julien Berard] - Added memcached

0.0.3

  • [Julien Berard] - Added mongodb_standalone

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Foodcritic Metric
            

0.0.37 failed this metric

FC031: Cookbook without metadata file: /tmp/cook/ab12f7478bbd514b8189cd2a/stack_commons/metadata.rb:1
FC045: Consider setting cookbook name in metadata: /tmp/cook/ab12f7478bbd514b8189cd2a/stack_commons/metadata.rb:1