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tomcat (53) Versions 0.14.2

Installs Apache Tomcat and manages the service

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Description

Installs and configures Tomcat, Java servlet engine and webserver.

Requirements

Platform:

  • Debian, Ubuntu (OpenJDK, Oracle)
  • CentOS 6+, Red Hat 6+, Fedora (OpenJDK, Oracle)

The following Opscode cookbooks are dependencies:

  • java
  • openssl

Attributes

  • node["tomcat"]["base_version"] - The version of tomcat to install, default 6.
  • node["tomcat"]["port"] - The network port used by Tomcat's HTTP connector, default 8080.
  • node["tomcat"]["proxy_port"] - if set, the network port used by Tomcat's Proxy HTTP connector, default nil.
  • node["tomcat"]["ssl_port"] - The network port used by Tomcat's SSL HTTP connector, default 8443.
  • node["tomcat"]["ssl_proxy_port"] - if set, the network port used by Tomcat's Proxy SSL HTTP connector, default nil.
  • node["tomcat"]["ajp_port"] - The network port used by Tomcat's AJP connector, default 8009.
  • node["tomcat"]["catalina_options"] - Extra options to pass to the JVM only during start and run commands, default "".
  • node["tomcat"]["java_options"] - Extra options to pass to the JVM, default -Xmx128M -Djava.awt.headless=true.
  • node["tomcat"]["use_security_manager"] - Run Tomcat under the Java Security Manager, default false.
  • node["tomcat"]["loglevel"] - Level for default Tomcat's logs, default INFO.
  • node["tomcat"]["deploy_manager_apps"] - whether to deploy manager apps, default true.
  • node["tomcat"]["authbind"] - whether to bind tomcat on lower port numbers, default no.
  • node["tomcat"]["tomcat_auth"] -
  • node["tomcat"]["user"] -
  • node["tomcat"]["group"] -
  • node["tomcat"]["home"] -
  • node["tomcat"]["base"] -
  • node["tomcat"]["config_dir"] -
  • node["tomcat"]["log_dir"] -
  • node["tomcat"]["tmp_dir"] -
  • node["tomcat"]["work_dir"] -
  • node["tomcat"]["context_dir"] -
  • node["tomcat"]["webapp_dir"] -
  • node["tomcat"]["endorsed_dir"] -

Attributes for SSL

  • node["tomcat"]["ssl_cert_file"] - SSL certificate file
  • node["tomcat"]["ssl_chain_files"] - SSL CAcert chain files used for generating the SSL certificates
  • node["tomcat"]["keystore_file"] - Location of the file where the SSL keystore is located
  • node["tomcat"]["keystore_password"] - Generated by the secure_password method from the openssl cookbook; if you are using Chef Solo, set this attribute on the node
  • node["tomcat"]["truststore_password"] - Generated by the secure_password method from the openssl cookbook; if you are using Chef Solo, set this attribute on the node
  • node["tomcat"]["truststore_file"] - location of the file where the SSL truststore is located
  • node["tomcat"]["certificate_dn"] - DN for the certificate
  • node["tomcat"]["keytool"] - path to keytool, used for generating the certificate, location varies by platform

Usage

Simply include the recipe where you want Tomcat installed.

Due to the ways that some system init scripts call the configuration, you may wish to set the java options to include JAVA_OPTS. As an example for a java app server role:

name "java-app-server"
run_list("recipe[tomcat]")
override_attributes(
  'tomcat' => {
    'java_options' => "${JAVA_OPTS} -Xmx128M -Djava.awt.headless=true"
  }
)

Managing Tomcat Users

The recipe tomcat::users included in this cookbook is used for managing Tomcat users. The recipe adds users and roles to the tomcat-users.xml conf file.

Users are defined by creating a tomcat_users data bag and placing Encrypted Data Bag Items in that data bag. Each encrypted data bag item requires an 'id', 'password', and a 'roles' field.

{
  "id": "reset",
  "password": "supersecret",
  "roles": [
    "manager",
    "admin"
  ]
}

If you are a Chef Solo user the data bag items are not required to be encrypted and should not be.

License and Author

Copyright:: 2010-2013, Opscode, 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.

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java >= 0.0.0

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