FPM at the Ruby Drink-up of Sophia, September 2011
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An overview of the FPM packaging tool made by Jordan Sissel (@jordansissel), in the context of ruby applications and gems deployment. ...

An overview of the FPM packaging tool made by Jordan Sissel (@jordansissel), in the context of ruby applications and gems deployment.
Presented at the Ruby Drink-up of Sophia Antipolis on the 6th of September 2011 by Emmanuel Bastien (@ebastien).

http://rivierarb.fr/2011/09/06/BackToSchool-Drinkup/

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  • 1. FPMThe Swiss Army knife of the casual packager Emmanuel Bastien September 2011 Ruby Drinkup Sophia
  • 2. Who am I?@ebastienhttps://github.com/ebastienPolyglot programmerTechnologies enthusiastFOSS believer
  • 3. A day in the life of a DevOps
  • 4. When operating a production environment, one of yourbest friends is your configuration managementsoftware.Puppet is a well known open source configurationmanagement tool.
  • 5. What Puppet typically handles for you: Network, Email and system tools System user accounts Monitoring agent Web server Database server Ruby runtime All your configuration files
  • 6. All you have to do now is deploy your app and maybesome Gems.Puppet knows how to install (and uninstall) nativepackages.Wanna build one for your app?
  • 7. Native packaging is greatNative packaging is hardDistribution policies are here for good reasons......but you dont care about policies if you are not amaintainer!
  • 8. FPM to the rescue "Effing Package Management" https://github.com/jordansissel/fpm by @jordansissel
  • 9. FPM puts a native package blanket on top of: directories gems Python modules Node packages
  • 10. Itll make it deployable by your system packagesmanager but wont fool a maintainer.
  • 11. FPM in practice
  • 12. Packaging the runtime deps of rivierarb.frsudo gem install fpmmkdir -p ~/tmp/gemscd ~/tmpgem install --no-ri --no-rdoc --install-dir ~/tmp/gems jekyll compass rdiscountfind ~/tmp/gems/cache/ -name "*.gem" | xargs -rn1 fpm -s gem -t deb
  • 13. Packaging the content of rivierarb.frmkdir -p ~/tmp/opt/rivierarbwget -O - http://github.com/rivierarb/rivierarb/tarball/gh-pages|tar -xz --strip-components=1 -C ~/tmp/opt/rivierarbfpm -s dir -t deb -n rivierarb -v 0.2.0 -a all -d "rubygem-jekyll (>= 0.11.0)" -d "rubygem-compass (>= 0.11.5)" -d "rubygem-rdiscount (>= 1.6.8)" ./opt/rivierarb
  • 14. Deploying rivierarb.fr$ ls -1 *.debrivierarb_0.2.0_all.debrubygem-albino_1.3.3_all.debrubygem-chunky-png_1.2.1_all.debrubygem-classifier_1.3.3_all.debrubygem-compass_0.11.5_all.debrubygem-directory-watcher_1.4.1_all.debrubygem-fast-stemmer_1.0.0_amd64.debrubygem-fssm_0.2.7_all.debrubygem-jekyll_0.11.0_all.debrubygem-kramdown_0.13.3_all.debrubygem-liquid_2.2.2_all.debrubygem-maruku_0.6.0_all.debrubygem-posix-spawn_0.3.6_amd64.debrubygem-rdiscount_1.6.8_amd64.debrubygem-sass_3.1.7_all.debrubygem-syntax_1.0.0_all.deb
  • 15. Deploying rivierarb.frNext steps: Upload the packages to your private repository Reference the new version in your Puppet manifest
  • 16. Deploying rivierarb.frpackage { rivierarb: ensure => 0.2.0 }
  • 17. Referenceshttp://github.com/jordansissel/fpmhttp://morethanseven.net/2011/04/29/Creating-a-cucumber-nagios-package-with-fpm.htmlhttp://projects.puppetlabs.com/projects/puppet/wikihttp://www.jejik.com/articles/2006/09/setting_up_and_managing_an_apt_repository_with_reprepro/ This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License.