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Table of Contents

  1. Overview
  2. Module Description - What the module does and why it is useful
  3. Setup - The basics of getting started with wildfly
  4. Upgrade
  5. Usage - Configuration options and additional functionality
  6. Limitations - OS compatibility, etc.
  7. Development - Guide for contributing to the module
  8. Documentation

Overview

created by Edwin Biemond email biemond at gmail dot com biemond.blogspot.com Github homepage

Install, configures and manages Wildfly.

Should work on every Redhat or Debian family member, tested with Wildfly 10.1, 10.0, 9.0, 8.2, 8.1 & 8.0 and with JBoss EAP (tested on 6.1/6.2/6.3/6.4 and 7.0). Some defines may work only in certain versions.

Vagrant Fedora 21, Puppet 4.2.1 example with Wildfly 8.2 and Apache AJP, Postgres db.

Vagrant CentOS Standalone HA + Gossip Router example with two nodes, a gossip router and a load balancer (httpd + mod_cluster).

Vagrant CentOS 7.2 Domain Mode with two nodes (Domain master and slave) and a load balancer.

Module Description

The wildfly module can install, configure and manage - through its HTTP Management API - Wildfly (8/9/10) and JBoss EAP (6.1+/7.0+).

Setup

What wildfly affects

  • Manage Wildfly user, group and directory.

  • Creates a wildfly service using bundled scripts and manages its installation and resources (using Management API)

  • Installs requisite libaio and wget packages

Setup Requirements

This module requires a JVM ( should already be there ). Just need to be extracted somewhere, no need to update-alternatives, set PATH or anything else, but it also works if you choose to do so.

Three gems are bundled with this module: treetop (parsing JBoss-CLI commands), polyglot (treetop's requirement) and net-http-digest_auth (Management API authentication).

Acceptance tests works with puppetlabs/java in both CentOS and Debian.

This module requires puppetlabs-stdlib and jethrocarr/initfact (it uses init_system fact provided by this module by default, but it's overridable in wildfly::initsystem parameter)

It should work on every operating system with the following init systems: sysvinit, systemd and upstart

Upgrade

to 1.2.0

wildfly class

The main changes in wildfly class are bellow:

class { '::wildfly':
  distribution     => 'jboss-eap|wildfly',
  properties       => {
    'jboss.bind.address'            => $public_bind,
    'jboss.bind.address.management' => $mgmt_bind,
    'jboss.management.http.port'    => $mgmt_http_port,
    'jboss.management.https.port'   => $mgmt_https_port,
    'jboss.http.port'               => $public_http_port,
    'jboss.https.port'              => $public_https_port,
    'jboss.ajp.port'                => $ajp_port,
  },
  jboss_opts       => '-Dproperty=value'
  mgmt_user        => { username  => $management_user, password  => $management_password },
}

distribution was introduced to provided out of the box support for JBoss EAP and properties to replace fine-grained parameters for address/port binding like public_bind, mgmt_bind and public_http_port. (*Reason*: It's easier to manage a properties file than Wildfly's XML through augeas)

users_mgmt was replaced by mgmt_user, and additional users should be managed by wildfly::config::mgtm_user defined type. The hash format and default value also changed.

New dependency

jethrocarr/initfact module.

Defined types

All resources from wildfly::util were moved to wildfly, hence you need to search and replace them, I suggest you execute these commands in your environment:

find . -name '*.pp' -type f -exec sed -i 's/wildfly::util::exec_cli/wildfly::cli/g' {} +

find . -name '*.pp' -type f -exec sed -i 's/wildfly::util/wildfly/g' {} +

to 2.0.0

This version requires Puppet 4.4+ and heavily uses Puppet 4 new features: data types, epp templates and Ruby 2.1+, but there is no breaking change per se. Meaning that if you're using 1.x version with Puppet 4 you should be able to migrate without any problems.

If you're still using Puppet 3.x with Ruby 1.8.7+ check version 1.2.x.

Usage

class { 'wildfly': }

Wildfly 10.1.0

class { 'wildfly':
  version        => '10.1.0',
  install_source => 'http://download.jboss.org/wildfly/10.1.0.Final/wildfly-10.1.0.Final.tar.gz',
}

Wildfly 9.0.2

class { 'wildfly':
  version        => '9.0.2',
  install_source => 'http://download.jboss.org/wildfly/9.0.2.Final/wildfly-9.0.2.Final.tar.gz',
}

Wildfly 8.2.1

class { 'wildfly':
  version        => '8.2.1',
  install_source => 'http://download.jboss.org/wildfly/8.2.1.Final/wildfly-8.2.1.Final.tar.gz',
}

JBoss EAP 6.x (with hiera)

include ::wildfly
wildfly::distribution: 'jboss-eap'
wildfly::version: '6.4'
wildfly::install_source: 'http://mywebserver/jboss-eap-6.4.tar.gz'
wildfly::user: 'jboss-as'
wildfly::group: 'jboss-as'
wildfly::dirname: '/opt/jboss-as'
wildfly::console_log: '/var/log/jboss-as/console.log'

JBoss EAP 7.0

class { 'wildfly':
  version        => '7.0',
  distribution   => 'jboss-eap',
  install_source => 'http:/mywebserver/jboss-eap-7.0.tar.gz',
  user           => 'jboss-eap',
  group          => 'jboss-eap',
  dirname        => '/opt/jboss-eap',
  console_log    => '/var/log/jboss-eap/console.log',
}

Keycloak

Keycloak is an open source Identity and Access Management built on top of Wildfly/JBoss platform, therefore you should be able to use this module to install and config it.

class { 'wildfly':
  version        => '10.1.0',
  distribution   => 'wildfly',
  install_source => 'https://downloads.jboss.org/keycloak/2.5.0.Final/keycloak-2.5.0.Final.tar.gz',
}

NOTE: Just make sure to point to the right version/distribution it was built upon.

Some Keycloak configuration can be managed in the same way of a regular Wildfly/Jboss configuration:

wildfly::datasources::datasource { 'KeycloakDS':
  config => {
    'driver-name'    => 'postgresql',
    'password'       => 'keycloak',
    'user-name'      => 'keycloak',
    'jndi-name'      => 'java:jboss/datasources/KeycloakDS',
    'connection-url' => "jdbc:postgresql://192.168.33.20:5432/keycloak",
    'background-validation' => true,
    'background-validation-millis' => 60000,
    'check-valid-connection-sql' => 'SELECT 1',
    'flush-strategy' => 'IdleConnections',
  }
}

apiman

apiman is an API Manager built on top of Wildfly/JBoss, therefore you should be able to use this module to install and config it.

Currently there aren't no prebuilt packages, but download page provides instruction to build it for Wildfly 10, 9 and EAP 7.

Example

wget http://download.jboss.org/wildfly/10.1.0.Final/wildfly-10.1.0.Final.zip
wget http://downloads.jboss.org/apiman/1.2.9.Final/apiman-distro-wildfly10-1.2.9.Final-overlay.zip
unzip wildfly-10.1.0.Final.zip
unzip -o apiman-distro-wildfly10-1.2.9.Final-overlay.zip -d wildfly-10.1.0.Final
tar czvf apiman-wildfly-10.1.0.Final.tar.gz wildfly-10.1.0.Final
class { 'wildfly':
  version        => '10.1.0',
  distribution   => 'wildfly',
  config         => 'standalone-apiman.xml',
  install_source => 'http://10.0.2.2:9090/apiman-wildfly-10.1.0.Final.tar.gz',
}

NOTE: Just make sure to point to the right version/distribution it was built upon.

Infinispan Server

Infinispan Server (or JBoss Data Grid) also work with this module but requires more tweaks.

From Infinispan Server 7 to 9 (including JDG 7.0) you will only need to change install_source to match the desired version:

class { 'wildfly':
  install_source => 'http://10.0.2.2:9090/infinispan-server-8.2.5.Final.tar.gz',
  conf_file      => '/etc/infinispan-server/infinispan-server.conf',
  conf_template  => 'wildfly/infinispan-server.conf.erb',
  service_file   => 'bin/init.d/infinispan-server.sh',
  service_name   => 'infinispan-server',
}

Limitation: You need to repackage it to a tar.gz file and Infinispan Server 6 and JDG 6.x are not working.

Wildfly's Configuration Management

Wildfly has a Management Model that describes its configuration and there are three main elements that you need to understand in order to use this module: path, attributes and operations

This module provides a few defined types built around these concepts using wildfly_resource and wildfly_cli (wildfly::messaging::*, wildfly:datasources::datasource, wildfly:datasources::driver) to ease management of most used resources, but they are not guaranteed to work across all versions of JBoss/Wildfly and they represent only a tiny subset of the Management Model.

In order to manage virtually any configuration in the Model Reference (i.e. datasources, https, queues, modcluster) with wildfly::resource or wildfly::cli you must understand how declared resources are converted to Management API requests using paths, attributes and operations.

Path/Addresss: The resource address in /node-type=node-name (/node-type=node-name)* format. (e.g. /subsystem=datasources/datasource=DatasourceName)

Attributes: key-value pairs that describes the resource. (e.g. driver-name=postgresql, connection-url=jdbc:postgresql://localhost/postgres)

Operations: An operation to be performed in a resource. (e.g. read, write-attribute, remove)

With wildfly::cli you have more control, but you should only use it when you can't manage the resource with wildfly_resource (e.g. you can't manage enabled attribute as it is only changed as a result of enable and disable operations.):

wildfly::cli { "Enable ADatasource":
  command => "/subsystem=datasources/data-source=ADatasource:enable",
  unless  => "(result == true) of /subsystem=datasources/data-source=ADatasource:read-attribute(name=enabled)",
}

For all other scenarios, wildfly::resource will be your best friend, from the most simple resource:

wildfly::resource { "/system-property=myproperty":
  content => {
    'value' => '1234'
  },
}

To the most complex:

wildfly::resource { '/subsystem=modcluster/mod-cluster-config=configuration':
  recursive => true,
  content   => {
        'advertise'             => true,
        'connector'             => 'ajp',
        'excluded-contexts'     => 'ROOT,invoker,jbossws,juddi,console',
        'proxy-url'             => '/',
        'sticky-session'        => true,
        'proxies'               => ['192.168.1.1:6666', '192.168.1.2::6666']
        'balancer'              => 'mybalancer',
        'load-balancing-group'  => 'mygroup',
        'dynamic-load-provider' => {'configuration' => {
            'load-metric' => {'busyness' => {
                'type' => 'busyness',
            }}
        }},
    }
}

The first thing to note about wildfly::resource is the absence of an operation, as you will only need to set ensure with either present or absent, using the first will result in the creation or update of the resource with the declared state/content, whereas the other will remove the resource with all its children.

A resource attribute behaviors like a Puppet resource property. Therefore, unmanaged attributes behavior like unmanaged properties in puppet resources, meaning: if you don't declare, you don't care.

NOTE: Be careful with the type of declared attribute's value as it should match Management Model type. Valid Management Model types include: STRING, INT, BOOLEAN, LIST (i.e. arrays []) and OBJECT (i.e. hashes {}).

Patch management

Wildfly/JBoss allows you to apply patches to existing installation in order to update it. I suggest you use puppet-archive or any other archive module to download patches from remote sources, just be aware that you need to extract patch zip file in order to apply patches to Wildfly, but you'll be able to apply the zip file directly when you're using EAP.

NOTE: Wildfly from versions 8.0.0 to 9.0.1 has a bug in jboss-cli.sh WFCORE-160 that makes it report that a patch hasn't been successfuly applied (exit code 2) even when it was. If you're using one of theses versions you better update this file or live with a bad report.

Offline

Offline patching requires the server to be down, but don't leave the server in a restart-required state.

EAP/Offline example
class { '::wildfly':
  distribution   => 'jboss-eap',
  version        => '6.4',
}

archive { '/opt/wildfly/jboss-eap-6.4.8-patch.zip':
  ensure => present,
  source => 'http://10.0.2.2:9090/jboss-eap-6.4.8-patch.zip',
}
->
wildfly::patch::offline { '6.4.8':
  source => '/opt/wildfly/jboss-eap-6.4.8-patch.zip',
}

Online

Online patching requires the server to be up and requires a restart after being applied.

Wildfly/Online example
class { '::wildfly':
  version        => '10.0.0',
  install_source => 'http://download.jboss.org/wildfly/10.0.0.Final/wildfly-10.0.0.Final.tar.gz',
}

archive { '/opt/wildfly/wildfly-10.1.0.Final-update.zip':
  ensure       => present,
  extract      => true,
  extract_path => '/opt/wildfly',
  creates      => '/opt/wildfly/wildfly-10.1.0.Final.patch',
  source       => 'http://download.jboss.org/wildfly/10.1.0.Final/wildfly-10.1.0.Final-update.zip',
  user         => 'wildfly',
  group        => 'wildfly',
  require      => [File['/opt/wildfly'],Package['unzip']],
}
->
wildfly::patch::online { '10.1.0':
  source       => '/opt/wildfly/wildfly-10.1.0.Final.patch',
  override_all => true,
}

Unmanaged installation

If you don't want to use this module to manage your Wildfly/JBoss installation or you don't want to manage your installation with Puppet at all. You still can use this module to manage your configuration using wildfly_resource, wildfly_cli, wildfly_deployment and wildfly_restart.

Example:

wildfly_resource { "/subsystem=datasources/data-source=MyDS":
  ensure            => 'present',
  username          => 'admin',
  password          => 'password',
  host              => '192.168.33.10',
  port              => '9990',
  state             => {
    'driver-name'    => 'postgresql',
    'connection-url' => 'jdbc:postgresql://localhost/postgres',
    'jndi-name'      => 'java:jboss/datasources/MyDS',
    'user-name'      => 'postgres',
    'password'       => 'postgres',
  },
}

Domain Mode

Master (Domain Controller)

class { 'wildfly':
  mode        => 'domain',
  host_config => 'host-master.xml',
  properties  => {
    'jboss.bind.address.management' => '172.17.0.2',
  },
}

wildfly::config::mgmt_user { 'slave1':
  password => 'wildfly',
}

NOTE: Don't forget to set target_profile while managing your domain resources.

Slave (Host Controller)

class { 'wildfly':
    mode         => 'domain',
    host_config  => 'host-slave.xml',
    properties   => {
      'jboss.domain.master.address' => '172.17.0.2',
    },
    secret_value => 'd2lsZGZseQ==', #base64('wildfly'),
}

Domain Management

Make sure you remove default resources (server-groups and server-config) if you're not going to use it.

Domain controller:

wildfly::resource { ['/server-group=main-server-group', '/server-group=other-server-group'] :
  ensure => absent,
}

Host controller:

wildlfy::resource { ['/host=slave1/server-config=server-one', '/host=slave1/server-config=server-two']:
  ensure => absent,
}

Then start managing your own server-groups and server-config with wildfly::domain::server-group and wildfly::host::server_config

Deployment

From a local or remote source

Source supports these protocols: http://, ftp://, puppet://, file://

wildfly::deployment { 'hawtio.war':
 source => 'http://central.maven.org/maven2/io/hawt/hawtio-web/1.4.48/hawtio-web-1.4.48.war',
}
wildfly::deployment { 'hawtio.war':
 source => 'puppet:///modules/profile/wildfly/hawtio-web-1.4.48.war',
}
wildfly::deployment { 'hawtio.war':
 source => 'file://var/tmp/hawtio-web-1.4.48.war',
}

To a target server-group (domain mode)

wildfly::deployment { 'hawtio.war':
 source       => 'http://central.maven.org/maven2/io/hawt/hawtio-web/1.4.48/hawtio-web-1.4.48.war',
 server_group => 'main-server-group',
}

From nexus

NOTE: This feature was removed to avoid 'archive' name collision, but you can still use archive::nexus to download an artifact and use as an input for wildfly::deployment

archive::nexus { '/tmp/hawtio.war':
  url        => 'https://oss.sonatype.org',
  gav        => 'io.hawt:hawtio-web:1.4.66',
  repository => 'releases',
  packaging  => 'war',
}
~>
wildfly::deployment { 'hawtio.war':
  source => '/tmp/hawtio.war'
}

User management

You can add App and Management users (requires server restart).

wildfly::config::mgmt_user { 'mgmtuser':
  password => 'mgmtuser'
}
wildfly::config::app_user { 'appuser':
  password => 'appuser'
}

And associate groups or roles to them (requires server restart)

wildfly::config::user_groups { 'mgmtuser':
  groups => 'admin,mygroup'
}
wildfly::config::user_roles { 'appuser':
  roles => 'guest,ejb'
}

Module installation

Install a JAR module from a remote file system, puppet file server or local file system.

wildfly::config::module { 'org.postgresql':
  source       => 'http://central.maven.org/maven2/org/postgresql/postgresql/9.3-1103-jdbc4/postgresql-9.3-1103-jdbc4.jar',
  dependencies => ['javax.api', 'javax.transaction.api']
}
wildfly::config::module { 'org.postgresql':
  source       => 'puppet:///modules/profiles/wildfly/postgresql-9.3-1103-jdbc4.jar',
  dependencies => ['javax.api', 'javax.transaction.api']
}
wildfly::config::module { 'org.postgresql':
  source       => 'file:///var/tmp/postgresql-9.3-1103-jdbc4.jar',
  dependencies => ['javax.api', 'javax.transaction.api']
}

Datasources

Setup a driver and a datasource (for domain mode you need to set target_profile parameter):

wildfly::datasources::driver { 'Driver postgresql':
  driver_name                     => 'postgresql',
  driver_module_name              => 'org.postgresql',
  driver_xa_datasource_class_name => 'org.postgresql.xa.PGXADataSource'
}
->
wildfly::datasources::datasource { 'DemoDS':
  config         => {
    'driver-name'    => 'postgresql',
    'connection-url' => 'jdbc:postgresql://localhost/postgres',
    'jndi-name'      => 'java:jboss/datasources/DemoDS',
    'user-name'      => 'postgres',
    'password'       => 'postgres'
  }
}

Alternatively, you can install a JDBC driver and module using deployment if your driver is JDBC4 compliant:

wildfly::deployment { 'postgresql-9.3-1103-jdbc4.jar':
  source => 'http://central.maven.org/maven2/org/postgresql/postgresql/9.3-1103-jdbc4/postgresql-9.3-1103-jdbc4.jar'
}
->
wildfly::datasources::datasource { 'DemoDS':
  config         => {
    'driver-name'    => 'postgresql-9.3-1103-jdbc4.jar',
    'connection-url' => 'jdbc:postgresql://localhost/postgres',
    'jndi-name'      => 'java:jboss/datasources/DemoDS',
    'user-name'      => 'postgres',
    'password'       => 'postgres'
  }
}

A postgresql normal & XA datasource example

wildfly::config::module { 'org.postgresql':
  source       => 'http://central.maven.org/maven2/org/postgresql/postgresql/9.3-1103-jdbc4/postgresql-9.3-1103-jdbc4.jar',
  dependencies => ['javax.api', 'javax.transaction.api'],
  require      => Class['wildfly'],
}
->
wildfly::datasources::driver { 'Driver postgresql':
  driver_name                     => 'postgresql',
  driver_module_name              => 'org.postgresql',
  driver_xa_datasource_class_name => 'org.postgresql.xa.PGXADataSource'
}
->
wildfly::datasources::datasource { 'petshop datasource':
  name           => 'petshopDS',
  config         => { 'driver-name'    => 'postgresql',
                      'connection-url' => 'jdbc:postgresql://10.10.10.10/petshop',
                      'jndi-name'      => 'java:jboss/datasources/petshopDS',
                      'user-name'      => 'petshop',
                      'password'       => 'password'
                    }
}
->
wildfly::datasources::xa_datasource { 'petshopDSXa':
  config          => {  'driver-name'              => 'postgresql',
                        'jndi-name'                => 'java:jboss/datasources/petshopDSXa',
                        'user-name'                => 'petshop',
                        'password'                 => 'password',
                        'xa-datasource-class'      => 'org.postgresql.xa.PGXADataSource',
                        'xa-datasource-properties' => {
                              'url' => {'value' => 'jdbc:postgresql://10.10.10.10/petshop'}
                        },
  }
}

Datasource configuration uses a hash with elements that match JBoss-CLI datasource add elements name.

Configure Database Property, only works for normal datasources

wildfly::datasources::db_property { 'DemoDbProperty':
 value    => 'demovalue',
 database => 'ExampleDS',
}

HTTPS/SSL

Wildfly 8+

wildfly::undertow::https { 'https':
  socket_binding    => 'https',
  keystore_path     => '/vagrant/identitystore.jks',
  keystore_password => 'changeit',
  key_alias         => 'demo',
  key_password      => 'changeit'
}

JBoss AS7/EAP 6

wildfly::web::connector { 'https':
  scheme         => 'https',
  protocol       => 'HTTP/1.1',
  socket_binding => 'https',
  enable_lookups => false,
  secure         => true,
}
->
wildfly::web::ssl { 'ssl':
  connector            => 'https',
  protocol             => 'TLSv1,TLSv1.1,TLSv1.2',
  password             => 'changeit',
  key_alias            => 'demo',
  certificate_key_file => '/opt/identitykeystore.jks',
  cipher_suite         => 'TLS_RSA_WITH_AES_128_CBC_SHA,SSL_RSA_WITH_3DES_EDE_CBC_SHA',
}

Sample identity store configuration with puppetlabs-java_ks

java_ks { 'demo:/opt/identitystore.jks':
  ensure      => latest,
  certificate => '/opt/demo.pub.crt',
  private_key => '/opt/demo.private.pem',
  path        => '/usr/java/jdk1.7.0_75/bin/',
  password    => 'changeit',
}

Server Reload

Some configurations like SSL and modcluster requires a server reload (i.e. server-state = reload-required), and it can be achieved with the following snippet:

## a_resource_that_requires_reload_when_changed {}
~>
widlfly::reload { 'Reload if necessary':
  retries => 2,
  wait    => 15,
}

Or

wildfly::cli { 'Reload if necessary':
  command => ':reload',
  onlyif  => '(result == reload-required) of :read-attribute(name=server-state)'
}

Even operation-headers can do the trick in some cases:

wildfly::resource { '/some=resource':
  operation_headers => {
    'allow-resource-service-restart' => true,
  }
}

Messaging

NOTE: full profiles only

wildfly::messaging::queue { 'DemoQueue':
  durable  => true,
  entries  => ['java:/jms/queue/DemoQueue'],
  selector => "MessageType = 'AddRequest'"
}

wildfly::messaging::topic { 'DemoTopic':
  entries => ['java:/jms/topic/DemoTopic']
}

Wildfly 10/EAP 7+ replaced HornetQ with ActiveMQ and queue/topic management is slightly different:

wildfly::messaging::activemq::queue { 'DemoQueue':
  durable  => true,
  entries  => ['java:/jms/queue/DemoQueue'],
  selector => "MessageType = 'AddRequest'"
}

wildfly::messaging::activemq::topic { 'DemoTopic':
  entries => ['java:/jms/topic/DemoTopic']
}

Logging

wildfly::logging::category { 'DemoCategory':
  level               => 'DEBUG',
  use_parent_handlers => false,
  handlers            =>  ['DemoHandler']
}

System Property

wildfly::system::property { 'DemoSysProperty':
 value => 'demovalue'
}

Modcluster

NOTE:full and ha profiles only

wildfly::modcluster::config { "Modcluster mybalancer":
  balancer             => 'mybalancer',
  load_balancing_group => 'demolb',
  proxy_url            => '/',
  proxy_list           => '127.0.0.1:6666'
}

NOTE: For apache/httpd mod_cluster configuration check ::apache::mod::cluster

Limitations

Some of this module public defined types (widfly::datasources, wildfly::messaging, wildfly::undertow, etc) are built for Wildfly 8.x and may not work with other versions. When there is a proven alternative for a different version, examples might be provided, otherwise you'll need to build your own abstraction using wildfly_resource or wildfly::resource.

One discussed approach would be to generate defined types based on Wildfly's configuration schemas ($WILDFLY_HOME/docs/schema) or DMR (See Issue 174).

JBoss EAP only works with RHEL-based OS's unless you provide custom scripts.

This bug might also be a problem for standalone-full-ha users in JBoss EAP.

Development

Testing

This module uses puppet-lint, rubocop, rspec-puppet, beaker and travis-ci. We hope you use them before submitting your PR.

gem install bundler --no-rdoc --no-ri
bundle install --without development

bundle exec rake syntax
bundle exec rake lint
bundle exec rubocop
bundle exec rake spec

Acceptance tests (Beaker) can be executed using ./acceptance.sh. There is a 4x6 matrix (Wildfly 8/8.2/9/10 X Centos 6/7, Debian 7/8, Ubuntu 12.04/14.04).

I suggest you create a ~/.vagrant.d/Vagrantfile file and install vagrant-cachier plugin with the following content to speed up the execution:

Vagrant.configure(2) do |config|
  if Vagrant.has_plugin?('vagrant-cachier')
    config.cache.scope = :box
    config.cache.enable :yum
    config.cache.enable :apt
    config.cache.enable :generic, 'wget' => { cache_dir: '/var/cache/wget' }
  end
end

It takes ~3 minutes per test.

New features

JBoss/Wildfly configuration management is based on three custom types, wildfly_resource, wildfly_cli and wildfly_deployment. And you can do virtually any configuration that is possible through JBoss-CLI or XML configuration using them.

So, before build your awesome definition to manage a new resource or introduce a new configuration in an existing resource, check wildfly::* (wildfly::deployment, wildfly::datasources::*, wildfly::undertow::*, wildfly::messaging::*) for guidance.

If you can't figure out how to achieve your configuration, feel free to open an issue.

Author/Contributors

  • Edwin Biemond (biemond at gmail dot com)
  • Jairo Junior (junior.jairo1 at gmail dot com)
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Documentation

Documentation generated by puppet-strings can be found here