A simple Sinatra app that presents matching node results of a Chef search formatted as a RunDeck resource list.
Install the gem and fire up chef-rundeck. Point it at a Chef client config file (a knife config would be ideal) using
-c flag and provide the URI for your Chef server's web UI.
chef-rundeck binds to "localhost," which may result in it binding to an IPv6-only address in certain configurations.
If this isn't what you want, try starting chef-rundeck with the
-o switch, e.g.
You can use the
-u switch to override the username that is inserted into a project as the remote user that Rundeck should use for execution.
The default is the system user that executes chef-rundeck, which may not be what you expect.
chef-rundeck now supports partial search against Enterprise Chef and OSS Chef servers running version 11 or greater!
If your organization has many nodes and you notice slow performance from chef-rundeck, try turning it on with
chef-rundeck caches the generated resource XML for a project by default for 30 seconds. If this behavior ruins your day, change the number
of seconds a document is cached by using the
Further configuration details can be found on the [wiki] (https://github.com/oswaldlabs/chef-rundeck/wiki/).
Ensure each project has the URL Source under Resource Model Source. By default, the sinatra app is on localhost, port 9980 (http://localhost:9980).
Notes on Patches/Pull Requests
We want your cool additional feature. Here's how to give it to us:
- Fork the project.
- Make your feature addition or bug fix.
- Add tests for it. THIS IS IMPORTANT as it ensures no one else will break your feature accidentally somewhere down the line.
- If you're adding a feature, please also add documentation.
- Exception: Please don't change the Rakefile, version or history files!
- Commit your changes and push them to your GitHub repo. Bonus points for committing your changes to a named topic branch ("awesome_new_feature" > "master")
- Send us a pull request through the GitHub UI.
Original code © 2010 Adam Jacob. Released to the open source community under the Apache license in 2013. See the LICENSE file for details.