cookbook 'varnish', '= 0.9.6', :supermarket
Installs and configures varnish
cookbook 'varnish', '= 0.9.6'
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Installs and configures varnish.
- Ubuntu 11.10
- Ubuntu 10.04
- Debian 6.0
node['varnish']['dir']- location of the varnish configuration directory
node['varnish']['default']- location of the
defaultfile that controls the varnish init script on Debian/Ubuntu systems.
node['varnish']['version']- If retrieving from official Varnish project repository, may choose 2.1 or 3.0. No effect when using default ubuntu repo. (2.1)
node['varnish']['start']- Should we start varnishd at boot? Set to "no" to disable (yes)
node['varnish']['nfiles']- Open files (131072)
node['varnish']['memlock']- Maxiumum locked memory size for shared memory log (82000)
node['varnish']['instance']- Default varnish instance name (node['fqdn'])
node['varnish']['listen_address']- Default address to bind to. Blank address (the default) means all IPv4 and IPv6 interfaces, otherwise specify a host name, an IPv4 dotted quad, or an IPv6 address in brackets
node['varnish']['listen_port']- Default port to listen on (6081)
node['varnish']['vcl_conf']- Main configuration file. (default.vcl)
node['varnish']['secret_file']- Path to a file containing a secret used for authorizing access to the management port. (/etc/varnish/secret)
node['varnish']['admin_listen_address']- Telnet admin interface listen address (127.0.0.1)
node['varnish']['admin_listen_port']- Telnet admin interface listen port (6082)
node['varnish']['user']- Specifies the name of an unprivileged user to which the child process should switch before it starts accepting connections (varnish)
node['varnish']['group']- Specifies the name of an unprivileged group to which the child process should switch before it starts accepting connections (varnish)
node['varnish']['ttl']- Specifies a hard minimum time to live for cached documents. (120)
node['varnish']['min_threads']- Start at least this many threads (5)
node['varnish']['max_threads']- Start no more then this max amount of threads (500)
node['varnish']['thread_timeout']- Thread idle timeout (300)
node['varnish']['storage']- The storage type used ('file')
node['varnish']['storage_file']- Specifies either the path to the backing file or the path to a directory in which varnishd will create the backing file. Only used if using file storage. ('/var/lib/varnish/$INSTANCE/varnish_storage.bin')
node['varnish']['storage_size']- Specifies the size of the backing file or max memory allocation. The size is assumed to be in bytes, unless followed by one of the following suffixes: K,k,M,m,G,g,T,g,% (1G)
If you don't specify your own vcl_conf file, then these attributes are used in the cookbook
node['varnish']['backend_host']= Host to serve/cache content from (localhost)
node['varnish']['backend_port']= Port on backend host to access (8080)
Installs the varnish package, manages the default varnish configuration file, and the init script defaults file.
If placed before the default recipe in the run list, the official Varnish project apt repository will offer access to more version and platform support.
On systems that need a high performance caching server, use
recipe[varnish]. Additional configuration can be done by modifying
ubuntu-default.erb templates. By default
custom-default.erb is set up to run with the varnish defaults, and
License and Author
Author:: Joe Williams email@example.com
Author:: Lew Goettner firstname.lastname@example.org
Contributor:: Patrick Connolly email@example.com
Copyright:: 2008-2009, Joe Williams
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
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This cookbook has no specified dependencies.