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yum-elasticsearch (11) Versions 0.1.0

Installs and configures the Elasticsearch yum repository

cookbook 'yum-elasticsearch', '= 0.1.0'
cookbook 'yum-elasticsearch', '= 0.1.0', :supermarket
knife supermarket install yum-elasticsearch
knife supermarket download yum-elasticsearch
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yum-elasticsearch Cookbook

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The yum-elasticsearch cookbook takes over management of the default repositoryids used with the official elasticsearch repositories. It allows attribute manipulation of the elasticsearch yum channel.


  • Chef 11+
  • yum version 3.2.0 or higher


  • Fedora and RHEL based distributions (RHEL, CentOS, and Scientific Linux) are supported


The following attributes are set by default

default['yum']['elasticsearch']['description'] = 'Duo Security Repository'
default['yum']['elasticsearch']['baseurl'] = ""
default['yum']['elasticsearch']['gpgkey'] = ''
default['yum']['elasticsearch']['gpgcheck'] = true
default['yum']['elasticsearch']['enabled'] = true


  • default - Walks through node attributes and feeds a yum_resource
  • parameters. The following is an example a resource generated by the
  • recipe during compilation.
  yum_repository 'elasticsearch' do
    baseurl ''
    description 'Elasticsearch Repository'
    enabled true
    gpgcheck true
    gpgkey ''

Usage Example

To disable the elasticsearch repository through a Role or Environment definition

  :yum => {
    :elasticsearch => {
      :enabled => {

To enable the elasticsearch repository with a wrapper cookbook, place the following in a recipe:

node.default['yum']['elasticsearch']['enabled'] = true
include_recipe 'yum-elasticsearch'

More Examples

Point the base and updates repositories at an internally hosted server.

node.default['yum']['elasticsearch']['enabled'] = true
node.default['yum']['elasticsearch']['mirrorlist'] = nil
node.default['yum']['elasticsearch']['baseurl'] = ''
node.default['yum']['elasticsearch']['sslverify'] = false

include_recipe 'yum-elasticsearch'



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Dependent cookbooks

yum ~> 3.2

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

yum-elasticsearch Cookbook CHANGELOG

This file is used to list changes made in each version of the yum-elasticsearch cookbook.


Initial release

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