Commit 85120582 authored by Julien Gomes Dias's avatar Julien Gomes Dias
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Etherpad role

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---
language: python
python: "2.7"
# Use the new container infrastructure
sudo: false
# Install ansible
addons:
apt:
packages:
- python-pip
install:
# Install ansible
- pip install ansible
# Check ansible version
- ansible --version
# Create ansible.cfg with correct roles_path
- printf '[defaults]\nroles_path=../' >ansible.cfg
script:
# Basic role syntax check
- ansible-playbook tests/test.yml -i tests/inventory --syntax-check
notifications:
webhooks: https://galaxy.ansible.com/api/v1/notifications/
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Role Name
=========
A brief description of the role goes here.
Requirements
------------
Any pre-requisites that may not be covered by Ansible itself or the role should be mentioned here. For instance, if the role uses the EC2 module, it may be a good idea to mention in this section that the boto package is required.
Role Variables
--------------
A description of the settable variables for this role should go here, including any variables that are in defaults/main.yml, vars/main.yml, and any variables that can/should be set via parameters to the role. Any variables that are read from other roles and/or the global scope (ie. hostvars, group vars, etc.) should be mentioned here as well.
Dependencies
------------
A list of other roles hosted on Galaxy should go here, plus any details in regards to parameters that may need to be set for other roles, or variables that are used from other roles.
Example Playbook
----------------
Including an example of how to use your role (for instance, with variables passed in as parameters) is always nice for users too:
- hosts: servers
roles:
- { role: username.rolename, x: 42 }
License
-------
BSD
Author Information
------------------
An optional section for the role authors to include contact information, or a website (HTML is not allowed).
---
# defaults file for etherpad
app_version: 1.1.14
app_user_chrooted: "yes"
smtp_security: STARTTLS
smtp_host: false
smtp_user: null
smtp_pass: null
smtp_port: 587
app_backup_data: "yes"
etherpad_port: 9001
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---
# handlers file for etherpad
- name: reload nginx web_app - Etherpad
service: name=nginx state=reloaded
- name: reload php-fpm web_app - Etherpad
service: name=php{{ php_version }}-fpm state=reloaded
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galaxy_info:
author: your name
description: your role description
company: your company (optional)
# If the issue tracker for your role is not on github, uncomment the
# next line and provide a value
# issue_tracker_url: http://example.com/issue/tracker
# Choose a valid license ID from https://spdx.org - some suggested licenses:
# - BSD-3-Clause (default)
# - MIT
# - GPL-2.0-or-later
# - GPL-3.0-only
# - Apache-2.0
# - CC-BY-4.0
license: license (GPL-2.0-or-later, MIT, etc)
min_ansible_version: 2.1
# If this a Container Enabled role, provide the minimum Ansible Container version.
# min_ansible_container_version:
#
# Provide a list of supported platforms, and for each platform a list of versions.
# If you don't wish to enumerate all versions for a particular platform, use 'all'.
# To view available platforms and versions (or releases), visit:
# https://galaxy.ansible.com/api/v1/platforms/
#
# platforms:
# - name: Fedora
# versions:
# - all
# - 25
# - name: SomePlatform
# versions:
# - all
# - 1.0
# - 7
# - 99.99
galaxy_tags: []
# List tags for your role here, one per line. A tag is a keyword that describes
# and categorizes the role. Users find roles by searching for tags. Be sure to
# remove the '[]' above, if you add tags to this list.
#
# NOTE: A tag is limited to a single word comprised of alphanumeric characters.
# Maximum 20 tags per role.
dependencies: []
# List your role dependencies here, one per line. Be sure to remove the '[]' above,
# if you add dependencies to this list.
---
# tasks file for etherpad
- name: "Install abiword for export features"
apt:
name: "abiword"
state: latest
update_cache: yes
tags:
- abiword
- import_role:
name: _web_app
- name: "etherpad configuration for {{ app_domain }}"
template:
src: "app_etherpad.j2"
dest: "{{ app_instance_root }}/settings.json"
register: etherpad_conf
- name: "template {{ rev_proxy }}_app.j2 {{ app_instance_id }}"
template:
src: "{{ rev_proxy }}_app.j2"
dest: "/etc/{{ rev_proxy }}/sites-available/{{ app_instance_id }}.conf"
when: app_wsgi == "no"
notify: reload {{ rev_proxy }} web_app
tags:
- etherpad_rev_proxy
- name: "template etherpad_service.j2 {{ app_instance_id }}"
template:
src: etherpad_service.j2
dest: "/lib/systemd/system/{{ app_service }}"
- name: "install dependencies and set permissions correctly"
shell: "cd {{ app_instance_root }} && src/bin/installDeps.sh"
become_user: "{{ app_user }}"
- name: "start and enable service {{ app_service }}"
systemd:
name: "{{ app_service }}"
state: started
enabled: yes
daemon_reload: yes
---
- import_tasks: install.yml
when: app_run in ['install', 'reinstall', 'upgrade']
- import_tasks: uninstall.yml
when: app_run == 'uninstall'
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---
# tasks file for etherpad
- import_role:
name: _web_app
/*
* This file must be valid JSON. But comments are allowed
*
* Please edit settings.json, not settings.json.template
*
* Please note that starting from Etherpad 1.6.0 you can store DB credentials in
* a separate file (credentials.json).
*
*
* ENVIRONMENT VARIABLE SUBSTITUTION
* =================================
*
* All the configuration values can be read from environment variables using the
* syntax "${ENV_VAR}" or "${ENV_VAR:default_value}".
*
* This is useful, for example, when running in a Docker container.
*
* DETAILED RULES:
* - If the environment variable is set to the string "true" or "false", the
* value becomes Boolean true or false.
* - If the environment variable is set to the string "null", the value
* becomes null.
* - If the environment variable is set to the string "undefined", the setting
* is removed entirely, except when used as the member of an array in which
* case it becomes null.
* - If the environment variable is set to a string representation of a finite
* number, the string is converted to that number.
* - If the environment variable is set to any other string, including the
* empty string, the value is that string.
* - If the environment variable is unset and a default value is provided, the
* value is as if the environment variable was set to the provided default:
* - "${UNSET_VAR:}" becomes the empty string.
* - "${UNSET_VAR:foo}" becomes the string "foo".
* - "${UNSET_VAR:true}" and "${UNSET_VAR:false}" become true and false.
* - "${UNSET_VAR:null}" becomes null.
* - "${UNSET_VAR:undefined}" causes the setting to be removed (or be set
* to null, if used as a member of an array).
* - If the environment variable is unset and no default value is provided,
* the value becomes null. THIS BEHAVIOR MAY CHANGE IN A FUTURE VERSION OF
* ETHERPAD; if you want the default value to be null, you should explicitly
* specify "null" as the default value.
*
* EXAMPLE:
* "port": "${PORT:9001}"
* "minify": "${MINIFY}"
* "skinName": "${SKIN_NAME:colibris}"
*
* Would read the configuration values for those items from the environment
* variables PORT, MINIFY and SKIN_NAME.
*
* If PORT and SKIN_NAME variables were not defined, the default values 9001 and
* "colibris" would be used.
* The configuration value "minify", on the other hand, does not have a
* designated default value. Thus, if the environment variable MINIFY were
* undefined, "minify" would be null.
*
* REMARKS:
* 1) please note that variable substitution always needs to be quoted.
*
* "port": 9001, <-- Literal values. When not using
* "minify": false substitution, only strings must be
* "skinName": "colibris" quoted. Booleans and numbers must not.
*
* "port": "${PORT:9001}" <-- CORRECT: if you want to use a variable
* "minify": "${MINIFY:true}" substitution, put quotes around its name,
* "skinName": "${SKIN_NAME}" even if the required value is a number or
* a boolean.
* Etherpad will take care of rewriting it
* to the proper type if necessary.
*
* "port": ${PORT:9001} <-- ERROR: this is not valid json. Quotes
* "minify": ${MINIFY} around variable names are missing.
* "skinName": ${SKIN_NAME}
*
* 2) Beware of undefined variables and default values: nulls and empty strings
* are different!
*
* This is particularly important for user's passwords (see the relevant
* section):
*
* "password": "${PASSW}" // if PASSW is not defined would result in password === null
* "password": "${PASSW:}" // if PASSW is not defined would result in password === ''
*
* If you want to use an empty value (null) as default value for a variable,
* simply do not set it, without putting any colons: "${ABIWORD}".
*
* 3) if you want to use newlines in the default value of a string parameter,
* use "\n" as usual.
*
* "defaultPadText" : "${DEFAULT_PAD_TEXT}Line 1\nLine 2"
*/
{
/*
* Name your instance!
*/
"title": "Etherpad",
/*
* Pathname of the favicon you want to use. If null, the skin's favicon is
* used if one is provided by the skin, otherwise the default Etherpad favicon
* is used. If this is a relative path it is interpreted as relative to the
* Etherpad root directory.
*/
"favicon": null,
/*
* Skin name.
*
* Its value has to be an existing directory under src/static/skins.
* You can write your own, or use one of the included ones:
*
* - "no-skin": an empty skin (default). This yields the unmodified,
* traditional Etherpad theme.
* - "colibris": the new experimental skin (since Etherpad 1.8), candidate to
* become the default in Etherpad 2.0
*/
"skinName": "colibris",
/*
* Skin Variants
*
* Use the UI skin variants builder at /p/test#skinvariantsbuilder
*
* For the colibris skin only, you can choose how to render the three main
* containers:
* - toolbar (top menu with icons)
* - editor (containing the text of the pad)
* - background (area outside of editor, mostly visible when using page style)
*
* For each of the 3 containers you can choose 4 color combinations:
* super-light, light, dark, super-dark.
*
* For example, to make the toolbar dark, you will include "dark-toolbar" into
* skinVariants.
*
* You can provide multiple skin variants separated by spaces. Default
* skinVariant is "super-light-toolbar super-light-editor light-background".
*
* For the editor container, you can also make it full width by adding
* "full-width-editor" variant (by default editor is rendered as a page, with
* a max-width of 900px).
*/
"skinVariants": "super-light-toolbar super-light-editor light-background",
/*
* IP and port which Etherpad should bind at.
*
* Binding to a Unix socket is also supported: just use an empty string for
* the ip, and put the full path to the socket in the port parameter.
*
* EXAMPLE USING UNIX SOCKET:
* "ip": "", // <-- has to be an empty string
* "port" : "/somepath/etherpad.socket", // <-- path to a Unix socket
*/
"ip": "0.0.0.0",
"port": {{ etherpad_port }},
/*
* Option to hide/show the settings.json in admin page.
*
* Default option is set to true
*/
"showSettingsInAdminPage": true,
/*
* Node native SSL support
*
* This is disabled by default.
* Make sure to have the minimum and correct file access permissions set so
* that the Etherpad server can access them
*/
/*
"ssl" : {
"key" : "/path-to-your/epl-server.key",
"cert" : "/path-to-your/epl-server.crt",
"ca": ["/path-to-your/epl-intermediate-cert1.crt", "/path-to-your/epl-intermediate-cert2.crt"]
},
*/
/*
* The type of the database.
*
* You can choose between many DB drivers, for example: dirty, postgres,
* sqlite, mysql.
*
* You shouldn't use "dirty" for for anything else than testing or
* development.
*
*
* Database specific settings are dependent on dbType, and go in dbSettings.
* Remember that since Etherpad 1.6.0 you can also store this information in
* credentials.json.
*
* For a complete list of the supported drivers, please refer to:
* https://www.npmjs.com/package/ueberdb2
*/
"dbType" : "postgres",
"dbSettings" : {
"user": "{{ database_user }}",
"host": "localhost",
"password": "{{ database_password }}",
"database": "{{ database_name }}",
"charset": "utf8mb4"
},
/*
* An Example of MySQL Configuration (commented out).
*
* See: https://github.com/ether/etherpad-lite/wiki/How-to-use-Etherpad-Lite-with-MySQL
*/
/*
"dbType" : "mysql",
"dbSettings" : {
"user": "db_user",
"host": "localhost",
"port": 3306,
"password": "db_pass",
"database": "db_name",
"charset": "utf8mb4"
},
*/
/*
* The default text of a pad
*/
"defaultPadText" : "Welcome to Etherpad!\n\nThis pad text is synchronized as you type, so that everyone viewing this page sees the same text. This allows you to collaborate seamlessly on documents!\n\nGet involved with Etherpad at https:\/\/etherpad.org\n",
/*
* Default Pad behavior.
*
* Change them if you want to override.
*/
"padOptions": {
"noColors": false,
"showControls": true,
"showChat": true,
"showLineNumbers": true,
"useMonospaceFont": false,
"userName": false,
"userColor": false,
"rtl": false,
"alwaysShowChat": false,
"chatAndUsers": false,
"lang": "en-gb"
},
/*
* Pad Shortcut Keys
*/
"padShortcutEnabled" : {
"altF9": true, /* focus on the File Menu and/or editbar */
"altC": true, /* focus on the Chat window */
"cmdShift2": true, /* shows a gritter popup showing a line author */
"delete": true,
"return": true,
"esc": true, /* in mozilla versions 14-19 avoid reconnecting pad */
"cmdS": true, /* save a revision */
"tab": true, /* indent */
"cmdZ": true, /* undo/redo */
"cmdY": true, /* redo */
"cmdI": true, /* italic */
"cmdB": true, /* bold */
"cmdU": true, /* underline */
"cmd5": true, /* strike through */
"cmdShiftL": true, /* unordered list */
"cmdShiftN": true, /* ordered list */
"cmdShift1": true, /* ordered list */
"cmdShiftC": true, /* clear authorship */
"cmdH": true, /* backspace */
"ctrlHome": true, /* scroll to top of pad */
"pageUp": true,
"pageDown": true
},
/*
* Should we suppress errors from being visible in the default Pad Text?
*/
"suppressErrorsInPadText": false,
/*
* If this option is enabled, a user must have a session to access pads.
* This effectively allows only group pads to be accessed.
*/
"requireSession": false,
/*
* Users may edit pads but not create new ones.
*
* Pad creation is only via the API.
* This applies both to group pads and regular pads.
*/
"editOnly": false,
/*
* If true, all css & js will be minified before sending to the client.
*
* This will improve the loading performance massively, but makes it difficult
* to debug the javascript/css
*/
"minify": true,
/*
* How long may clients use served javascript code (in seconds)?
*
* Not setting this may cause problems during deployment.
* Set to 0 to disable caching.
*/
"maxAge": 21600, // 60 * 60 * 6 = 6 hours
/*
* Absolute path to the Abiword executable.
*
* Abiword is needed to get advanced import/export features of pads. Setting
* it to null disables Abiword and will only allow plain text and HTML
* import/exports.
*/
"abiword": "/usr/bin/abiword",
/*
* This is the absolute path to the soffice executable.
*
* LibreOffice can be used in lieu of Abiword to export pads.
* Setting it to null disables LibreOffice exporting.
*/
"soffice": null,
/*
* Path to the Tidy executable.
*
* Tidy is used to improve the quality of exported pads.
* Setting it to null disables Tidy.
*/
"tidyHtml": null,
/*
* Allow import of file types other than the supported ones:
* txt, doc, docx, rtf, odt, html & htm
*/
"allowUnknownFileEnds": true,
/*
* This setting is used if you require authentication of all users.
*
* Note: "/admin" always requires authentication.
*/
"requireAuthentication": false,
/*
* Require authorization by a module, or a user with is_admin set, see below.
*/
"requireAuthorization": false,
/*
* When you use NGINX or another proxy/load-balancer set this to true.
*
* This is especially necessary when the reverse proxy performs SSL
* termination, otherwise the cookies will not have the "secure" flag.
*
* The other effect will be that the logs will contain the real client's IP,
* instead of the reverse proxy's IP.
*/
"trustProxy": true,
/*
* Settings controlling the session cookie issued by Etherpad.
*/
"cookie": {
/*
* Value of the SameSite cookie property. "Lax" is recommended unless
* Etherpad will be embedded in an iframe from another site, in which case
* this must be set to "None". Note: "None" will not work (the browser will
* not send the cookie to Etherpad) unless https is used to access Etherpad
* (either directly or via a reverse proxy with "trustProxy" set to true).
*
* "Strict" is not recommended because it has few security benefits but
* significant usability drawbacks vs. "Lax". See
* https://stackoverflow.com/q/41841880 for discussion.
*/
"sameSite": "Lax"
},
/*
* Privacy: disable IP logging
*/
"disableIPlogging": false,
/*
* Time (in seconds) to automatically reconnect pad when a "Force reconnect"
* message is shown to user.
*
* Set to 0 to disable automatic reconnection.
*/
"automaticReconnectionTimeout": 0,
/*
* By default, when caret is moved out of viewport, it scrolls the minimum
* height needed to make this line visible.
*/
"scrollWhenFocusLineIsOutOfViewport": {
/*
* Percentage of viewport height to be additionally scrolled.
*
* E.g.: use "percentage.editionAboveViewport": 0.5, to place caret line in
* the middle of viewport, when user edits a line above of the
* viewport
*
* Set to 0 to disable extra scrolling
*/
"percentage": {
"editionAboveViewport": 0,
"editionBelowViewport": 0
},
/*
* Time (in milliseconds) used to animate the scroll transition.
* Set to 0 to disable animation
*/
"duration": 0,