Chef Marketplace 0.0.2 Released
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I'm pleased to announce that Chef Marketplace 0.0.2 has been released and new AMI's are available on the Amazon Marketplace. Here are some of this release's highlights:
- New chef-marketplace Omnibus package
- Chef Analytics support
- Chef Server, Manage, and Reporting packages have been updated.
- Bug fixes
Chef Marketplace Omnibus packagechef-marketplace is now a self-contained Chef Server add-on package that is available in the Chef Software RPM repositories. Shipping the changes in this manner will allow users of cloud marketplace images to upgrade the Chef Marketplace software in-place instead of migrating their data to new instances provisioned with updated images.
Along with the new package comes a new
'chef-marketplace' Chef Server topology that is supported in the
chef-server.rb configuration file. Also making it's debut is the
/etc/chef-marketplace/marketplace.rb configuration file.
Chef Analytics supportChef Marketplace now supports an 'aio' (All-In-One) role type that will enable Chef Server, Analytics, Manage, and Reporting on the same marketplace instance. You can reach the Analytics UI on port 8443.
chef-marketplace-ctl commandsAlong with the new chef-marketplace omnibus packages come several new
chef-marketplace-ctlcommands to help you administer your cloud marketplace Chef Server:
chef-marketplace-ctl setupis the first command you'll want to run when you start up a new marketplace instance. It will configure all of the Chef Software packages and create an initial user and organization.
chef-marketplace-ctl reconfigurewill parse
marketplace.rband make any necessary configuration changes.
chef-marketplace-ctl upgradewill upgrade the chef-marketplace, chef-server-core, opscode-analytics, opscode-manage, and opscode-reporting packages depending on the the switches you provide.
chef-marketplace-ctl hostnamewill change the hostname of the instance and reconfigure the instance as appropriate. If you wish to use a non-default hostname as your Chef Server endpoint you'll also need to set the
chef-marketplace-ctl testverifies that the Chef Marketplace software is working as expected.
chef-marketplace-ctl trim-actions-dbis actually run every 4 hours via cron the marketplace instances. It monitors the Analytics actions database and trims the oldest entries when the database starts to approach it maximum allowed size.
chef-marketplace-ctlcommands is available in the omnibus-marketplace README.
- See the the omnibus-markeplace CHANGELOG for full details of additions, changes and fixes in this release.
- Upgrade documentation is available in our docs portal.
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