misteritguru at gmx
Aug 28, 2012, 5:41 AM
Post #6 of 29
It's been on my massive todo list for over a year! - I have to start ticking boxes, and getting things done!
I will take a look at the link you provided me. I use Google Plus (misteritguru [at] gmail), so anyone with any comments please feel free to look me up, (note, I am yet to add my gmx.com email to my Google+). It would be nice to collaborate with the community again. (Plain old email also works)
Darin, I'm sure your a pretty busy - But I'll post updates and maybe you can take a look.
If there is anyone else interested please feel free to get in touch. I hope the list admins do not feel that this is off topic - My clients just will not tolerate downtime that can be measured in minutes, so I'd like to know that I can spin up my favourite stacks with minimal effort and downtime - I'm sure other system admins will agree.
On 28 Aug 2012, at 13:23, Darin Perusich <Darin.Perusich [at] ctg> wrote:
> You'll need modules for the various components like apache, database,
> and finally request-tracker itself. Deployment will certainly be much
> easier if you're installing RT from packages rather than source since
> dependencies, user and group creation, are taken care of.
> I haven't written a module yet but it's on my very large todo list.
> There is a module on GitHub,
> https://github.com/lurdan/puppet-requesttracker, which is Debian
> specific and after a quick review of the init.pp it's incomplete, IMO.
> That might be a good starting point for you.
> On 08/27/2012 08:27 PM, Mr IT Guru wrote:
>> Good Morning All,
>> I don't want to reinvent the wheel, so I though tI'd ask here first.
>> Has anyone here installed RT via Puppet?
>> For those that don't know, Puppet, is a pretty awesome state
>> management tool. Google is your friend, you can do the rest. For
>> those that do, would you mind sharing your code? Or if there isn't
>> any code, would you guys like to join me writing some?
>> That way I can spend 5 minutes installing new boxes instead of
>> looking up my notes, etc.
>> Anyone interested?
>> -- Mr Guru