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stash (52) Versions 2.15.0

Installs/Configures Atlassian Stash

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cookbook 'stash', '= 2.15.0'
cookbook 'stash', '= 2.15.0', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install stash
knife cookbook site download stash
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Description

Installs/Configures Atlassian Stash server. Provides LWRPs for code deployment via Stash as well as for hook and repository management. Please see COMPATIBILITY.md for more information about Stash releases (versions and checksums) that are tested and supported by cookbook versions.

Requirements

Platforms

  • CentOS 6
  • RedHat 6
  • Ubuntu 12.04

Databases

  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • MySQL
  • Postgres

Cookbooks

Required Opscode Cookbooks

Third-Party Cookbooks

Attributes

These attributes are under the node['stash'] namespace.

Attribute Description Type Default
backup_home backup home directory during upgrade Boolean true
backup_install backup install directory during upgrade Boolean true
checksum SHA256 checksum for Stash install String auto-detected (see attributes/default.rb)
home_backup location of home directory backup during upgrade String /tmp/atlassian-stash-home-backup.tgz
home_path home directory for Stash user String /home/#{node['stash']['run_user']}
install_backup location of install directory backup during upgrade String /tmp/atlassian-stash-backup.tgz
install_path location to install Stash String /opt/atlassian-stash
run_user user to run Stash String stash
url_base URL base for Stash install String http://www.atlassian.com/software/stash/downloads/binary/atlassian-stash
url URL for Stash install String auto-detected (see attributes/default.rb)
version Stash version to install (use recipe[stash::upgrade] to upgrade to version defined) String 2.5.0

Stash Database Attributes

All of these node['stash']['database'] attributes are overridden by stash/stash encrypted data bag (Hosted Chef) or data bag (Chef Solo), if it exists

Attribute Description Type Default
host FQDN or "localhost" (localhost automatically installs ['database']['type'] server) String localhost
name Stash database name String stash
password Stash database user password String changeit
port Stash database port Fixnum 3306
type Stash database type - "mysql", "postgresql", or "sqlserver" String mysql
user Stash database user String stash

Stash JVM Attributes

These attributes are under the node['stash']['jvm'] namespace.

Attribute Description Type Default
minimum_memory JVM minimum memory String 512m
maximum_memory JVM maximum memory String 768m
maximum_permgen JVM maximum PermGen memory String 256m
java_opts additional JAVA_OPTS to be passed to Stash JVM during startup String ""
support_args additional JAVA_OPTS recommended by Atlassian support for Stash JVM during startup String ""

Stash SSH Attributes

These attributes are under the node['stash']['ssh'] namespace.

Attribute Description Type Default
hostname Stash SSH hostname String node['fqdn']
port Stash SSH port Fixnum 7999
uri Stash SSH URI String ssh://git@#{node['stash']['ssh']['hostname']}:#{node['stash']['ssh']['port']}

Stash Tomcat Attributes

These attributes are under the node['stash']['tomcat'] namespace.

Any node['stash']['tomcat']['key*'] attributes are overridden by stash/stash encrypted data bag (Hosted Chef) or data bag (Chef Solo), if it exists

Attribute Description Type Default
keyAlias Tomcat SSL keystore alias String tomcat
keystoreFile Tomcat SSL keystore file - will automatically generate self-signed keystore file if left as default String #{node['stash']['home_path']}/.keystore
keystorePass Tomcat SSL keystore passphrase String changeit
port Tomcat HTTP port Fixnum 7990
ssl_port Tomcat HTTPS port Fixnum 8443

Recipes

  • recipe[stash] Installs Atlassian Stash with built-in Tomcat
  • recipe[stash::apache2] Installs above with Apache 2 proxy (ports 80/443)
  • recipe[stash::upgrade] Upgrades Atlassian Stash

LWRPs

  • stash_deploy - wrapper Git resource for using a stash_deploy_key, project, and repository for code deployment
  • stash_deploy_key - creates SSH private key file and SSH wrapper for code deployment
  • hook - Wrapper to enable/disable/configure a stash hook (requires the user account password to be in chef-vault)
  • repo - Wrapper to create/delete a stash repository (requires the user account password to be in chef-vault)

Usage

Stash Server Data Bag

For securely overriding attributes on Hosted Chef, create a stash/stash encrypted data bag with the model below. Chef Solo can override the same attributes with a stash/stash unencrypted data bag of the same information.

required: * ['database']['type'] "mysql", "postgresql", or "sqlserver" * ['database']['host'] FQDN or "localhost" (localhost automatically installs ['database']['type'] server) * ['database']['name'] Name of Stash database * ['database']['user'] Stash database username * ['database']['password'] Stash database username password

optional: * ['database']['port'] Database port, standard database port for ['database']['type'] * ['tomcat']['keyAlias'] Tomcat HTTPS Java Keystore keyAlias, defaults to self-signed certifcate * ['tomcat']['keystoreFile'] Tomcat HTTPS Java Keystore keystoreFile, self-signed certificate * ['tomcat']['keystorePass'] Tomcat HTTPS Java Keystore keystorePass, self-signed certificate

Repeat for other Chef environments as necessary. Example:

{
  "id": "stash"
  "development": {
    "database": {
      "type": "postgresql",
      "host": "localhost",
      "name": "stash",
      "user": "stash",
      "password": "stash_db_password",
    },
    "tomcat": {
      "keyAlias": "not_tomcat",
      "keystoreFile": "/etc/pki/java/wildcard_cert.jks",
      "keystorePass": "not_changeit"
    }
  }
}

Stash Server Installation

  • Optionally use (un)encrypted data bag or set attributes
    • knife data bag create stash
    • knife data bag edit stash stash --secret-file=path/to/secret
  • Add recipe[stash] to your node's run list.

Stash Server Installation with Apache 2 Frontend

  • Optionally use (un)encrypted data bag or set attributes
    • knife data bag create stash
    • knife data bag edit stash stash --secret-file=path/to/secret
  • Add recipe[stash::apache2] to your node's run list.

Stash Server Upgrades

  • Update node['stash']['version'] and node['stash']['checksum'] attributes
  • Add recipe[stash::upgrade] to your run_list, such as: knife node run_list add NODE_NAME "recipe[stash::upgrade]" It will automatically remove itself from the run_list after completion.

Code Deployment From Stash

  • Ensure your node has Git installed
  • Create a stash_deploy_key with the SSH private key contents (using \n for newlines) of a Stash user with permissions to your repository.

For example:

stash_deploy_key "deployment_user" do
  key "-----BEGIN RSA PRIVATE KEY-----\nMIIEpQIB..."
end
  • In this example, now you can either directly use the ssh_wrapper available at #{node['stash']['install_path']}/deployment_user_ssh_wrapper.sh or use the stash_deploy LWRP.

Such as:

stash_deploy "/opt/shibboleth-idp/conf" do
  deploy_key "deployment_user"
  project "SHIBIDP"
  repository "configuration"
end

Testing and Development

Here's how you can quickly get testing or developing against the cookbook thanks to Vagrant and Berkshelf.

git clone git://github.com/bflad/chef-stash.git
cd chef-stash
vagrant plugin install vagrant-berkshelf
vagrant plugin install vagrant-omnibus
vagrant up BOX # BOX being centos6 or ubuntu1204

You need to add the following hosts entries:

  • 192.168.50.10 stash-centos-6
  • 192.168.50.11 stash-ubuntu-1204

The running Stash server is accessible from the host machine:

CentOS 6 Box: * Web UI: https://stash-centos-6/ * Stash SSH: ssh://git@stash-centos-6:7999/

Ubuntu 12.04 Box: * Web UI: https://stash-ubuntu-1204/ * Stash SSH: ssh://git@stash-ubuntu-1204:7999/

You can then SSH into the running VM using the vagrant ssh command. The VM can easily be stopped and deleted with the vagrant destroy command. Please see the official Vagrant documentation for a more in depth explanation of available commands.

Contributing

Please use standard Github issues/pull requests and if possible, in combination with testing on the Vagrant boxes.

License and Authors

  • Author:: Brian Flad (bflad417@gmail.com)
  • Author:: Kevin Moser

  • Copyright:: 2012-2013 Brian Flad

  • Copyright:: 2013 Nordstrom, Inc.

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

Dependent cookbooks

postgresql >= 0.0.0
perl >= 0.0.0
mysql_connector >= 0.0.0
mysql >= 0.0.0
java >= 0.0.0
git >= 0.0.0
database >= 0.0.0
apache2 >= 0.0.0

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

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