[GeoNode-devel] GeoNode Devops
sachin1618 at gmail.com
Thu Apr 7 15:17:00 PDT 2016
Hello, is there any work on Dockerfiles for production?
Docker does not play nicely with multiple services on a container, so at
the moment I am using the following workaround to create Geonode containers
and deploying on CoreOS:
1. docker run --cap-add SYS_PTRACE -it --name=geonode -p 80:80 -p 8080:8080
-p 5432 --privileged=true ubuntu:14.04 /bin/bash
2. edit contents of /usr/sbin/policy-rc.d, to replace exit 101 by exit 0.
#to counter invoke-rc.d: policy-rc.d denied execution of start
3. locale-gen en_US.UTF8
4. locale-gen en_US.utf8
5. add-apt-repository ppa/geonode:stable; apt-get update; apt-get
dist-upgrade; apt-get install geonode; geonode-upateip localhost
6. sudo a2enmod mod-wsgi
7. Install supervisord and configure service startup for apache2, tomcat7,
and postgresql - https://docs.docker.com/engine/admin/using_supervisord/
9. docker export -o geonode.docker geonode
Import and run container on different hosts and do a geonode-updateip
Less then ideal, so a multi-container setup (Apache, Tomcat, PostgreSQL)
using docker-compose would be great if anyone has done it.
On Fri, Apr 8, 2016 at 9:52 AM, Patrick Dufour <pjdufour.dev at gmail.com>
> Yeah, I've seen that. Also, I've used the ROGUE Chef cookbooks at
> Definitely room for some harmonization. Just to highlight some of the
> (future) benefits, design decisions, in the new code. Had to strip out
> some of the code for the community version. The CentOS production version
> is much more sophisticated but not complete yet. I'll try to enhance
> community version over time. Here are the advantages:
> - Separating variables from playbook files
> - Creation of "common roles" that can be used across multiple GeoNode and
> other webGIS (GeoDjango) based projects
> - Packer integration
> - CentOS Development Machine, too (ETA next week).
> - Custom filter plugins and fact modules (Ansible is super easy to
> extend. More coming on this.)
> On Thu, Apr 7, 2016 at 11:31 PM, Jeffrey Johnson <ortelius at gmail.com>
>> Patrick, This looks interesting. Havent had time to dig in yet, but
>> just an FYI, several of us have been using this repo for quite a while
>> now https://github.com/GeoNode/ansible-geonode and its already
>> published to ansible-galaxy
>> https://galaxy.ansible.com/ortelius/geonode/. We should probably make
>> an effort to harmonize things.
>> On Thu, Apr 7, 2016 at 4:24 PM, Patrick Dufour <pjdufour.dev at gmail.com>
>> > Good afternoon, everyone.
>> > Over the last couple weeks, on behalf of a client, I've been working on
>> > building out their devops pipeline for a complex downstream GeoNode
>> > This includes using Slack for comms and core devops tools, such as
>> > Packer, VirtualBox, Vagrant, and Fabric.
>> > Their server infrastructure includes running multiple GeoNodes on a
>> > CentOS virtual machine, so Ansible has filled a critical gap in
>> managing the
>> > "state" of their complex machines. I'm not fully there yet, but have
>> > some successes so far that are worth mentioning
>> > First, Ansible has proven remarkably useful in debugging and team
>> > cooperation. Since multiple developers have IDENTICAL virtual machines
>> > get the same errors. Therefore, you can much more quickly (than without
>> > Ansible) identify the issues in code without having to run through
>> > checklists. This save a lot of time!!
>> > Second, as part of this effort, I've spun out a community version of the
>> > devops tools at:
>> > https://github.com/pjdufour/geonode-devops
>> > The "geonode-devops" code is still relatively new. I've completed the
>> > Ansible/Vagrant part of the package (the rest still needs testing).
>> > installing the core packages on your host/control machine, you can
>> deploy a
>> > GeoNode development server as easy as
>> > vagrant up
>> > Hopefully this toolkit will help with day-to-day collaboration. These
>> > may also help with the on-boarding of new developers to the ever growing
>> > GeoNode community!
>> > Regards,
>> > Patrick
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