Commit 20ebc04a authored by eric pellegrini's avatar eric pellegrini

removed unused files

parent c7150184
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).
{
"exec-opts": ["native.cgroupdriver=systemd"],
"log-driver": "json-file",
"log-opts": {
"max-size": "100m"
},
"storage-driver": "overlay2"
}
galaxy_info:
author: your name
description: your 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
# Some suggested licenses:
# - BSD (default)
# - MIT
# - GPLv2
# - GPLv3
# - Apache
# - CC-BY
license: license (GPLv2, CC-BY, etc)
min_ansible_version: 1.2
# If this a Container Enabled role, provide the minimum Ansible Container version.
# min_ansible_container_version:
# Optionally specify the branch Galaxy will use when accessing the GitHub
# repo for this role. During role install, if no tags are available,
# Galaxy will use this branch. During import Galaxy will access files on
# this branch. If Travis integration is configured, only notifications for this
# branch will be accepted. Otherwise, in all cases, the repo's default branch
# (usually master) will be used.
#github_branch:
#
# platforms is a list of platforms, and each platform has a name and a list of versions.
#
# 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.
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- name: install apt dependencies
apt:
name: "{{ item }}"
update_cache: true
force_apt_get: yes
with_items:
- apt-transport-https
- ca-certificates
- curl
- gnupg-agent
- software-properties-common
- name: fetch and install the gpg key for docker
apt_key:
url: https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu/gpg
state: present
- name: add docker repository from ppa
apt_repository:
repo: deb [arch=amd64] https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu {{ansible_distribution_release}} stable
state: present
update_cache: yes
- name: install docker
apt:
name: "{{ item }}"
update_cache: true
force_apt_get: yes
with_items:
- docker-ce
- docker-ce-cli
- containerd.io
notify:
- docker status
---
- hosts: localhost
remote_user: root
roles:
- setup-docker
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 create-kubernetes-admin
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---
# handlers file for create-kubernetes-admin
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galaxy_info:
author: your name
description: your 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
# Some suggested licenses:
# - BSD (default)
# - MIT
# - GPLv2
# - GPLv3
# - Apache
# - CC-BY
license: license (GPLv2, CC-BY, etc)
min_ansible_version: 1.2
# If this a Container Enabled role, provide the minimum Ansible Container version.
# min_ansible_container_version:
# Optionally specify the branch Galaxy will use when accessing the GitHub
# repo for this role. During role install, if no tags are available,
# Galaxy will use this branch. During import Galaxy will access files on
# this branch. If Travis integration is configured, only notifications for this
# branch will be accepted. Otherwise, in all cases, the repo's default branch
# (usually master) will be used.
#github_branch:
#
# platforms is a list of platforms, and each platform has a name and a list of versions.
#
# 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.
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---
# tasks file for create-admin
- name: add kub-admin user to docker group
user:
name: kub-admin
password: $6$D2koCoNSDpEvNxAz$V6C7ZeMCUh2fai0QgvHtdJVMYoMXIzGtucVYf8a7fyTai0W.a94GKHfqIveF/ISVPtks8PlOYjQOx9yUpmZdy0
generate_ssh_key: yes
state: present
system: no
group: docker
create_home: yes
home: /kub-admin
shell: /bin/bash
groups:
- sudo
# Dirty hack for setting up no_proxy in case kub cluster is behind a proxy
# see https://medium.com/@gargankur74/setting-up-standalone-kubernetes-cluster-behind-corporate-proxy-on-ubuntu-16-04-1f2aaa5a848
- name: add no_proxy to .bashrc
blockinfile:
path: "{{ kub_admin_home }}/.bashrc"
block: |
export no_proxy="{{ configured_no_proxy }}"
export NO_PROXY=$no_proxy
---
- hosts: localhost
remote_user: root
roles:
- create-kubernetes-admin
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---
# vars file for create-kubernetes-admin
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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 initialize-cluster
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---
# handlers file for initialize-cluster
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galaxy_info:
author: your name
description: your 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
# Some suggested licenses:
# - BSD (default)
# - MIT
# - GPLv2
# - GPLv3
# - Apache
# - CC-BY
license: license (GPLv2, CC-BY, etc)
min_ansible_version: 1.2
# If this a Container Enabled role, provide the minimum Ansible Container version.
# min_ansible_container_version:
# Optionally specify the branch Galaxy will use when accessing the GitHub
# repo for this role. During role install, if no tags are available,
# Galaxy will use this branch. During import Galaxy will access files on
# this branch. If Travis integration is configured, only notifications for this
# branch will be accepted. Otherwise, in all cases, the repo's default branch
# (usually master) will be used.
#github_branch:
#
# platforms is a list of platforms, and each platform has a name and a list of versions.
#
# 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.
\ No newline at end of file
---
- hosts: localhost
remote_user: root
roles:
- initialize-cluster
\ No newline at end of file
---
# vars file for initialize-cluster
\ No newline at end of file
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 setup-helm-package-manager
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kubectl patch deployment tiller-deploy --namespace=kube-system --type=json --patch="[{'op': 'add', 'path': '/spec/template/spec/containers/0/command', 'value': ['/tiller', '--listen=localhost:44134']}]"
---
# handlers file for setup-helm-package-manager
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galaxy_info:
author: your name
description: your 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
# Some suggested licenses:
# - BSD (default)
# - MIT
# - GPLv2
# - GPLv3
# - Apache
# - CC-BY
license: license (GPLv2, CC-BY, etc)
min_ansible_version: 1.2
# If this a Container Enabled role, provide the minimum Ansible Container version.
# min_ansible_container_version:
# Optionally specify the branch Galaxy will use when accessing the GitHub
# repo for this role. During role install, if no tags are available,
# Galaxy will use this branch. During import Galaxy will access files on
# this branch. If Travis integration is configured, only notifications for this
# branch will be accepted. Otherwise, in all cases, the repo's default branch
# (usually master) will be used.
#github_branch:
#
# platforms is a list of platforms, and each platform has a name and a list of versions.
#
# 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.
\ No newline at end of file
---
# tasks file for setup-helm-package-manager
# see https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-software-on-kubernetes-clusters-with-the-helm-package-manager
# see https://medium.com/@lestrrat/configuring-your-cluster-for-helm-9014f445b7ad
# see https://stackoverflow.com/questions/53612553/how-to-uninstall-remove-tiller-from-kubernetes-manually
- name: save the nodes list
command: kubectl get nodes -o NAME --no-headers
register: kub_get_nodes_command
- name: wait for all nodes to be ready once joined
command: kubectl wait --for=condition=Ready {{ kub_get_nodes_command.stdout }}
- name: fetch latest helm installer
get_url:
url: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/kubernetes/helm/master/scripts/get
dest: ~/helm_installer.sh
mode: u+x
- name: run helm installer script
command: /bin/bash ~/helm_installer.sh
- name: remove helm installer script
file:
path: ~/helm_installer.sh
state: absent
- name: create a serviceaccount into the kube-system namespace for tiller server
command: kubectl --namespace kube-system create serviceaccount tiller
- name: bind the tiller serviceaccount to the cluster-admin role for full permissions to manage the cluster
command: kubectl create clusterrolebinding tiller --clusterrole cluster-admin --serviceaccount=kube-system:tiller
- name: initialize helm and tiller
command: helm init --service-account tiller --wait --upgrade
- name: copy tiller deploy patch
copy:
src: tiller-deploy-patch
dest: ~/tiller-deploy-patch.sh
mode: u+x
- name: apply patch for ensuring that tiller os secure from access into the cluster
command: /bin/bash ~/tiller-deploy-patch.sh
---
- hosts: localhost
remote_user: root
roles:
- setup-helm-package-manager
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---
# vars file for setup-helm-package-manager
\ No newline at end of file
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).
galaxy_info:
author: your name
description: your 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
# Some suggested licenses:
# - BSD (default)
# - MIT
# - GPLv2
# - GPLv3
# - Apache
# - CC-BY
license: license (GPLv2, CC-BY, etc)
min_ansible_version: 1.2
# If this a Container Enabled role, provide the minimum Ansible Container version.
# min_ansible_container_version:
# Optionally specify the branch Galaxy will use when accessing the GitHub
# repo for this role. During role install, if no tags are available,
# Galaxy will use this branch. During import Galaxy will access files on
# this branch. If Travis integration is configured, only notifications for this
# branch will be accepted. Otherwise, in all cases, the repo's default branch
# (usually master) will be used.
#github_branch:
#
# platforms is a list of platforms, and each platform has a name and a list of versions.
#
# 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.
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