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My notes on installing and running chef-solo.

My notes on installing and running chef-solo.
- Install chef-solo
- Create a simple cookbook/recipe and run it

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  • Thanks, this was useful. Had to do couple of minor changes ...

    1. The knife command to create ntp gave warning 'No config file' and did not create ntp recipe. I fixed it by 'mkdir chef-repo/cookbooks/ntp' and rerunning knife

    2. Per flow, the web.json is not in chef-repo directory, it is in parent of chef-repo directory. So the chef-solo command should be 'chef-solo -c chef-repo/solo.rb -j ./web.json'
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    • Install and run chef-solo in minutes benjaminrtz@gmail.com Install chef ============ curl -L https://www.opscode.com/chef/install.sh | bash Check ===== # chef-solo -v Chef: 11.6.2 Setup chef repository ===================== #wget http://github.com/opscode/chef-repo/tarball/master #tar zxvf master opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/ opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/.gitignore opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/LICENSE opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/README.md opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/Rakefile opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/certificates/ opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/certificates/README.md opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/chefignore opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/config/ opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/config/rake.rb opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/cookbooks/ opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/cookbooks/README.md opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/data_bags/ opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/data_bags/README.md opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/environments/ opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/environments/README.md opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/roles/ opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/roles/README.md #mv opscode-chef-repo-f9d4b0c/ chef-repo # ls chef-repo/ certificates config chefignore cookbooks data_bags environments LICENSE Rakefile README.md roles Notice the directory structure created in the chef repository? Create .chef directory inside chef-repo ======================================= # mkdir chef-repo/.chef Setup a local cookbook path ===========================
    • # vi chef-repo/.chef/knife.rb cookbook_path [ '/root/chef-repo/cookbooks' ] Create your first cookbook ========================== # knife cookbook create ntp ** Creating cookbook ntp ** Creating README for cookbook: ntp ** Creating CHANGELOG for cookbook: ntp ** Creating metadata for cookbook: ntp Here's the cookbook =================== # ls chef-repo/cookbooks/ntp/ attributes definitions libraries templates CHANGELOG.md files metadata.rb providers recipes README.md resources Writing your first recipe ========================= # vi chef-repo/cookbooks/ntp/recipes/default.rb package 'ntp' This will install ntp if it is not installed. If it is already installed, it will do nothing. Now configure your server using chef-solo ========================================= # vi chef-repo/solo.rb file_cache_path "/root/chef-solo" cookbook_path "/root/chef-repo/cookbooks" # vi web.json { "run_list": [ "recipe[ntp]" ] } Ensure ntp is not installed =========================== # yum remove -y ntp Use chef-solo to configure your server ===================================== # chef-solo -c chef-repo/solo.rb -j chef-repo/web.json Starting Chef Client, version 11.6.2 Compiling Cookbooks... Converging 1 resources
    • Recipe: ntp::default * package[ntp] action install - install version 4.2.4p8-3.el6.centos of package ntp Chef Client finished, 1 resources updated Confirm ntp is installed ======================== # yum info ntp Notes ====== Uninstall chef #yum remove -y chef Other ways to install chef # wget https://www.opscode.com/chef/install.sh # bash install.sh or Go http://www.opscode.com/chef/install/ and select your distro, distro version and architecture. Download the package. In my case, I use CentOS: # wget https://opscode-omnibuspackages.s3.amazonaws.com/el/6/x86_64/chef-11.6.2-1.el6.x86_64.rpm # yum localinstall -y chef-11.6.2-1.el6.x86_64.rpm Another to setup your chef repo # git clone git://github.com/opscode/chef-repo.git # ls chef-repo/ certificates chefignore config cookbooks data_bags LICENSE Rakefile README.md roles environments References 1. http://gettingstartedwithchef.com/first-steps-with-chef.html 2. https://learnchef.opscode.com/starter-use-cases/ntp/