Devops Workspaces in a Box
We assume that you have installed Docker-Engine and Docker-Compose in your machine. If not, please follow the below mentioned references to get started with Docker and Docker-Compose. * Docker-Engine Installation Tutorial * Docker-Compose Installation Tutorial
After installing Docker-Engine and Docker-Compose, change directory into the corresponding tool you want to learn. For example, let us assume that you want to learn puppet. In that case,
where xxx is the codespace you are setting up.
cd cs-ansible cd cs-chef-ci cd cs-puppet-ci
Then all you need to do is to run
docker-compose up -d
This single command will initialize your Codespaces IDE.
To use Codespaces IDE,
Since this is a docker based environment, its easy to rest a node. To do that, follow this process,
control: image: codespaces/ansible-control:v0.4.0 ports: - "8000:8000" volumes: - ./code:/workspace networks: custom: ipv4_address: 192.168.61.10 dns: 184.108.40.206 domainname: codespaces.io hostname: control restart: always lb: image: codespaces/ansible-node-centos-6:v0.3.6 ports: - "80:80" networks: custom: ipv4_address: 192.168.61.11 dns: 220.127.116.11 domainname: codespaces.io hostname: lb restart: always
In the above snippet of node, there are two nodes viz control and lb
You could alternately use the following command to find the node name
docker-compose stop lb docker-compose rm lb docker-compose up -d lb
Replace the name of actual node with lb. That should help you redo the node.