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Codespaces

How do you use Codespaces IDE in your machine?

Docker Installation

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

Start Codespaces IDE

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,

cd cs-xxx

where xxx is the codespace you are setting up.

e.g.

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.

Use Codespaces IDE

To use Codespaces IDE,

  • Open your browser.
  • Visit your machine's IP with port 8000. (Ex. http://192.168.0.60:8080)
  • You will be asked for your e-mail address. Enter it and you are good to go.

Email

  • Now you will be presented with the Codespaces IDE console.

Landing

Resetting a Node

Since this is a docker based environment, its easy to rest a node. To do that, follow this process,

  • Find out the name of the node from docker-compose.yml

e.g

  control:
    image: codespaces/ansible-control:v0.4.0
    ports:
      - "8000:8000"
    volumes:
      - ./code:/workspace
    networks:
      custom:
        ipv4_address: 192.168.61.10
    dns: 8.8.8.8
    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: 8.8.8.8
    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 ps
  • Once you decide which node you are resetting, run the following command to redo it. I am taking an example of a node by name lb

e.g.

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.

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