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ts3 (6) Versions 0.3.1

Provides Chef Resources for installing and managing TeamSpeak 3 servers.

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cookbook 'ts3', '~> 0.3.1'
cookbook 'ts3', '~> 0.3.1', :supermarket
knife cookbook site install ts3
knife cookbook site download ts3
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TS3

LWRPs for installing and configuring TeamSpeak 3 servers.

Supported Setups

In general, an OS is said to be supported if it is listed in .kitchen.yml under the platforms section.
Although all supported OS and job control systems should work, we test using the default systems provided by the OS (for example, systemd on Fedora 23).

Usage

Simply call the ts3_server_install LWRP to handle installing instances and the ts3_server_configure LWRP for configuring pre-existing instances.

Rakefile

The included rakefile has a number of quick-and-dirty tasks defined to make life easier. For example, there are tasks defined to allow one-liners for running tests, style checks, and tagging/deployment.
Check the Rakefile out for more information. You can also run rake -T to get a listing and description of what each task does.

Resource Providers

ts3_server_install

Installs the TeamSpeak 3 server.

Attribute Required? Type Default Usage
install_dir true String --- The location on the filesystem to install the TS3 server to.
version true String --- The version of the server software to install.

ts3_server_configure

Configures a TeamSpeak 3 server.

Attribute Required? Type Default Usage
user true String teamspeakd The username of the system account which manages the server.
install_dir true String --- The location of the server on the filesystem.
server_name false String server The alias for this server. Used to differentiate job control scripts from one another.
job_control false String manual The service system used by your hardware. Used to create management scripts automatically.

Job Control types

The following job control systems are supported by the LWRP:

Type Description
manual Don't bother installing any scripts, as the server will be managed manually by the administrator.
systemd Install a service for systemd managed by systemctl.
sysv Install a service for SysV (init.d style management).

Dependent cookbooks

This cookbook has no specified dependencies.

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

ts3 Cookbook

v0.3.1 (15 Sept 2016) - polished up some of the tests, made things a bit cleaner on the ChefSpec front - moved to GitLab.com for repository hosting, updated metadata.rb links to reflect this

v0.3.0 (1 July 2016)

  • Switched to 12.5-style for resource definition for the ts3_install and ts3_configure resources
  • Added testing and support for systemd compatible versions of Debian and CentOS
  • Added SysV init support in ts3_server_configure

v 0.2.0 (16 June 2016)

  • Fixed an issue where template files weren't being pulled in properly during the convergence process.

v 0.1.3 (30 May 2016)

  • Added very basic inspec tests (does the server start up? port is ok?)
  • Cleaned up chefspec tests
  • fixed downloaded file extension so that both sides of the 3.0.12 divide worked as expected (bz2 versus tar.gz)
  • added Rakefile tasks to make testing and deployment easier

v0.1.1 (18 May 2016)

  • RuboCop cleanup (minus a few lines which are > 120 characters)
  • Initial Kitchen setup for ubuntu and fedora systems
  • pulled the service startup out of the LWRP (let caller decide when to start services)

v0.1.0 (15 May 2016)

  • Inital release with a very basic install and configure LWRP, along with demo recipe showing the process.

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FC066: Ensure chef_version is set in metadata: ts3/metadata.rb:1
Run with Foodcritic Version 12.0.1 with tags metadata,correctness ~FC031 ~FC045 and failure tags any

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