Usage

Usage

The Aptly formula configures and installs the Aptly server and client.

The available states include:

  • aptly.server

  • aptly.publisher

The available metadata include:

  • metadata.aptly.server.single

  • metadata.aptly.client.publisher

This file provides the sample configurations for different use cases.

  • Reclass examples:

    • The basic Aptly server configuration without repositories or mirrors:

      classes:
      - service.aptly.server.single
      parameters:
         aptly:
           server:
             enabled: true
             secure: true
             gpg_keypair_id: A76882D3
             gpg_passphrase:
             gpg_public_key: |
               -----BEGIN PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK-----
               Version: GnuPG v1
               ...
             gpg_private_key: |
               -----BEGIN PGP PRIVATE KEY BLOCK-----
               Version: GnuPG v1
               ...
      
    • The definition of an s3 endpoint:

      parameters:
        aptly:
          server:
            endpoint:
              mys3endpoint:
                engine: s3
                awsAccessKeyID: xxxx
                awsSecretAccessKey: xxxx
                bucket: test
      
  • Pillar examples:

    • The Aptly server basic configuration:

      aptly:
        server:
          enabled: true
          repo:
            myrepo:
              distribution: trusty
              component: main
              architectures: amd64
              comment: "Custom components"
              publisher:
                component: mycomponent
                distributions:
                  - nightly/trusty
      
    • The Aptly server mirrors configuration:

      aptly:
        server:
          mirror:
            mirror_name:
              source: http://example.com/debian
              distribution: xenial
              components: main
              architectures: amd64
              gpgkeys: 460F3999
              filter: "!(Name (% *-dbg))"
              filter_with_deps: true
              publisher:
                component: example
                distributions:
                  - xenial/repo/nightly
                  - "s3:aptcdn:xenial/repo/nightly"
      
    • The definition of the proxy environment variables in cron job for mirroring script:

      aptly:
        server:
          enabled: true
          ...
          mirror_update:
            enabled: true
            http_proxy: "http://1.2.3.4:8000"
            https_proxy: "http://1.2.3.4:8000"
          ...
      

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