Copyright 2018, 2019 Vasilii Kolobkov
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cfgfoo is a simple configuration management recipe - write shell scripts
to bring the system into a desired state, transfer and execute via ssh
if necessary. Proved feasible for running a single server and believed
to scale reasonably well up to a handful more.
A quick primer:
$ git clone https://orangeshoelaces.net/git/cfgfoo.git
$ mkdir config
$ cat > config/foo <<END
listen on egress
$ cat > setup <<END
eddit_appendfln /etc/bar 'include "/etc/foo"'
$ chmod 0700 setup
$ cat > upload <<END
tar chzf cfg.tgz cfgfoo config setup
scp cfg.tgz 'firstname.lastname@example.org:~'
$ chmod 0700 upload
$ cat > rsetup <<END
ssh email@example.com 'nohup ~/setup'
$ ./upload && ./rsetup
Configuration script comprise steps. Latter being made of two shell
functions 'step_taken' and 'take_step' driven by a cfgfoo script. As the
names suggest, they are to be idempotent. Steps for some basic operations
are included and you can add your own easily.