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rubycas (5) Versions 0.6.0

Installs/Configures RubyCAS

cookbook 'rubycas', '= 0.6.0', :supermarket
cookbook 'rubycas', '= 0.6.0'
knife supermarket install rubycas
knife supermarket download rubycas
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RubyCAS Cookbook

Installs and configures a RubyCAS Server


  • rubycas::database - Installs and configures a database for RubyCAS Server.
  • rubycas::default - Default noop cookbook recipe.
  • rubycas::nginx - Installs and configures the Nginx Web Server for the application.
  • rubycas::server - Installs and configures the RubyCAS Server application.

Load Balancer Support

If you need to deploy your RubyCAS server behind a load balancer, you
will need to set these attributes:

  • node[:rubycas][:is_load_balanced] = true
  • node[:rubycas][:load_balancer_ip] = ''

The node[:rubycas][:load_balancer_ip] attribute accepts an explicit ip
address or one in CIDR notation.

SSL CA for MySQL Database

You can use a SSL CA key to connect to a MySQL Database server by adding
the sslca key to the authenticator and database databags.

  "sslca" : "/path/to/sslca"


Development requires VirtualBox and Vagrant.

Currently supports Vagrant 1.3.x and VirtualBox 4.2.x

Get up and running quickly by following these steps.

vagrant plugin install vagrant-berkshelf
vagrant plugin install vagrant-omnibus
git clone
cd cookbook-rubycas
vagrant up

Access the VMs via the following commands:

  • vagrant ssh app for the application VM.
  • vagrant ssh database for the database VM.


To run Spec tests:
bundle exec strainer test

To run Integration tests with Kitchen-CI
kitchen test default-ubuntu-1204


  1. Fork repository on GitHub.
  2. Create a feature branch (should indicate intention add_feature_x).
  3. Make changes.
  4. Test changes.
  5. Ensure all tests pass.
  6. Submit pull request using GitHub.

Do not modify metadata.rb, the maintainers will handle those changes.


Author:: Squaremouth (

Dependent cookbooks

database >= 0.0.0
god >= 0.0.0
mysql >= 0.0.0
nginx >= 0.0.0
postgresql >= 0.0.0
rvm >= 0.0.0
logrotate >= 0.0.0

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