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yum-vmware-tools (5) Versions 3.1.0

Installs and configures VMWare yum repositories.

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yum-vmware-tools Cookbook

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Installs vmware-tools for EL 5, from packages.vmware.com.

For EL 6, installs open-vm-tools by default, from EPEL.

An undo recipe is included to remove, and cleanup, older vmware-tools installations.

Requirements

  • RHEL platform family, version 5 or 6.
  • VMWare guest.

packages

  • dmidecode - needs dmidecode to inspect BIOS, and determine VMWare virtual hardware.

Attributes

yum-vmware-tools::default

These are the attributes you may need to override in a role.

  • yum['vmware']['version'] - VMWare Tool release string, used to compute baseurl.

    • Default, 'latest'
  • yum['vmware']['force_official'] - Force official VMWare packages to be used as the yum source on EL6. Opposed to using open-vm-tools sourced from EPEL.

    • Default, false, uses open-vm-tools from EPEL.

These are attributes you should probably leave alone.

  • yum['vmware']['enabled'] - Boolean flag, computed by presence of VMWare virtual hardware.

    • Default, true when dmi['system']['manufacturer'] is 'VMWare Inc.', false on other hardware.
  • yum['vmware']['baseurl'] - Base URL, to use in the vmware-tools.repo file.

    • Default, computed by yum['vmware']['version'] and node['platform_version'].
  • yum['vmware']['gpgkey'] - URL of VMWare packaging key

  • yum['vmware']['packages'] - List of packages to install

    • EL5 default, [ vmware-tools-esx, vmware-tools-esx-kmods ]
    • EL6 default, [ open-vm-tools ]
  • yum['vmware']['services'] - Service script(s) to enable, and start

    • EL5 default, [ vmware-tools-services ]
    • EL6 default, [ vmtoolsd ]

Usage

yum-vmware-tools::default

Example, force official repository on Enterprise Linux 6.x

default_attributes(
  :yum => {
    :vmware => {
      :force_official => false
    } 
  }
),
run_list: [ "recipe[yum-vmware-tools]" ]

yum-vmware-tools::undo

Example, remove older vmware-tools installation.

run_list: [ "recipe[yum-vmware-tools::undo]" ]

License and Authors

Author:: Eric G. Wolfe eric.wolfe@gmail.com endorse Copyright:: 2010-2011

Author:: Tippr, Inc. Copyright:: 2010

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

yum-epel >= 0.0.0
yum >= 0.0.0

Contingent cookbooks

There are no cookbooks that are contingent upon this one.

yum-vmware-tools Changelog

v3.1.0

  • Reload Ohai data after dmidecode is installed for force_official evaluation consistency.
  • Change yum.vmware.version from 5.1latest to latest

v3.0.2

  • Force upstart on EL6 && stock vmware-tools

v3.0.0

  • yumrepo refactored into yum-vmware-tools

v2.1.0

  • Pin against yum < 3.0.0

v2.0.0

  • Add test-kitchen skeleton
    • Validated recipes against yum v2.3.0
  • Fix minitest-spec tests for Chef 11
  • Deprecated annvix repo
    • Appears to be no longer maintained for EL6

v1.0.0

  • vmware-tools
    • Bump version to ESX 5.1
    • re-instated to default recipe
    • add upstart support for vmware-tools 9.0 packages on EL 6
    • Change LWRP action to create (updates repo file), instead of add
  • deprecate/remove epel recipe
    • has been moved over to Opscodes yum::epel
  • disable minitest spec for Travis
    • This isn't working on TravisCI, will revisit unit tests later

v0.16.6

  • add zeromq repo
    • contributed by @BryanWB
  • Bump chef gem in Gemfile
    • Locked chef gem at 10.X, 'cause minitest spec seems to be broke on chef 11.x.

TODO - Replace tests with chefspec

v0.16.5

Fix mirrorlist attribute in Dell recipe.

v0.16.4

Thanks to Paul Graydon (@twirrim) for adding Percona MySQL repositories.

Thanks to Bryan Berry (@bryanwb) for adding yet another PostgreSQL repository. :)

Breaking changes (postgresql)

  • Recipe renamed, postgresql9 -> postgresql.
  • Added node['repo']['postgresql']['version'] to select version of Postgres via attribute, from pgrpms.org repository.

v0.16.3

Set name/base_url to localdomain in the case Ohai domain is unavailable. Fixes chef-solo compilation error on Vagrant boxes.

v0.16.2

Change corporate recipe to key off domain name.

v0.16.0

Add VMWare Tools for ESX v5.0u1, along with a vmware-tools-upgrade

recipe. The yumrepo::vmware-tools recipe is backwards incompatible. Unfortunately there is no way to upgrade vmware-tools rpm files without yanking them out, and replacing them.

One must ensure the `vmware-tools-upgrade` recipe will run **before**

the vmware-tools recipe. Otherwise the 4.1 recipe will directly conflict with the 5.0u1 version of the recipe.

I also added some attribute sanity tests for this new version, enjoy!

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