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Improved Puppet LAMP module

I have done slight improvements to my old LAMP module. The new one can be found from our Github here. And the blog post about the old one is here.

The module has been tested on Ubuntu 12.04 and Centos 6.2. It might work on Redhat and Debian as well but I haven’t tested those yet. It installs and configures Apache, PHP and MySQL. At it’s present state it works quite fine, but I might still keep improving it.
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Puppet module for LAMP installation

We are using Puppet in the course I spoke of before and we’re creating our own Puppet modules. Here’s what I came up with. A module that installs a LAMP server( LAMP = Linux Apache MySQL PHP) in two different ways to two different nodes. The lamp module has slightly more features than the easylamp. For example it changes the mysql password which is missing from the easylamp module. The modules might not be very sophisticated as these are some of the first Puppet modules I’ve ever made. Have to start somewhere!

UPDATE 6.10.2012: I have made improvements to the LAMP module and there’s a new blog post about it here:
https://awaseroot.wordpress.com/2012/10/06/improved-puppet-lamp-module/

Puppetmaster = Ubuntu 12.04
Puppet agents = Ubuntu 11.10
Puppet version 2.7.11

Modules and manifests

manifests/site.pp

node default {}

node 'bubuntu.elisa' {
    include lamp
}

node 'hubuntu.elisa' {
    include easylamp
}

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