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About haproxyconfig

We put at your disposal three configuration options for haproxy-devlove-views, and a fourth one that is similar to the second and you can use it directly to modify it and choose a new one. You can appreciate the configuration obtained by choosing the option-<i> in roles/create_deploys/templates/config/option-<i>/example-results.

Configurations

Option
Description
option-1 For local testing. It will automatically configure so that every host is considered to have 127.0.0.1 as their IP address. option-1 download the demo, place it on www and configure the devlove to serve those files.
option-2 For real sites, with an external origin that is online.
option-3 For test sites where it is not necessary to be online, the pages will be served from the same vps. Similar to option-1 (without downloading the demo), ready to be modified according to your requirements.
option-4 For test sites. Similar to option-2, ready to be modified according to your requirements.

Add your own configuration option-5

Suppose you want to create a fifth option option-5, to start you can make a copy of any of the existing options and make the appropriate changes. Note that this works as follows:

  • In roles/install_haproxy/templates/config/option-5/haproxy_skeleton/haproxy.cfg.jinja2 there will be the "skeleton" of haproxy.cfg. This file is uploaded to the server from the task "Copy haproxy_skeleton config to the remote server" in the recipe roles/install_haproxy/tasks/main.yml.

  • In this "skeleton" there should exist certain regions in which the respective templates will be injected, these templates must be placed in roles/create_deploys/templates/config/option-5/haproxy. The recipe that is responsible for uploading the templates to the server is roles/create_deploys/tasks/configure-haproxy.yml. At the end of this recipe there is the task "Updating haproxy.cfg" that use the respective script roles/create_deploys/files/update-haproxy/option-5/update-haproxy.sh" to "inject" and/or update the different sections that exist in the haproxy.cfg "skeleton"" .

  • Finally if you need to make changes to the devlove, it will be in roles/create_deploys/templates/config/option-5/devlove and views in roles/create_deploys/templates/config/option-5/views-dir.