This set of templates provides all the components to deploy a Gerrit dual-master in HA in ECS. The 2 masters will share the Git repositories via NFS, using EFS.
The following templates are provided in this example:
cf-cluster: define the ECS cluster and the networking stack
cf-service-master: define the service stack running the gerrit master
cf-dns-route: define the DNS routing for the service
cf-service-slave: define the service stack running the gerrit replica
cf-service-lb: define the LBs in front of gerrit masters (this includes haproxy as well as NLB)
cf-dashboard: define the CloudWatch dashboard for the services
When the recipe enables the replication_service (see docs) then these additional templates will be executed:
cf-service-replication: Define a replication stack that will allow git replication over the EFS volume, which is mounted by the master instances.
NOTE: This stack uses EFS in provisioned mode, which is a better setting for large repos (> 1GB uncompressed) since it provides a lower latency compared to the burst mode. However, it has some costs associated. If you are dealing with small repos, you can switch to burst mode.
Follow the steps described in the Prerequisites section
Please refer to the configuration docs to understand how to set up the configuration and what common configuration values are needed. On top of that, you might set the additional parameters, specific for this recipe.
Configuration values affecting deployment environment and cluster properties
SERVICE_MASTER1_STACK_NAME: Optional. Name of the master 1 service stack.
gerrit-service-master-1 by default.
SERVICE_MASTER2_STACK_NAME: Optional. Name of the master 2 service stack.
gerrit-service-master-2 by default.
DASHBOARD_STACK_NAME : Optional. Name of the dashboard stack.
gerrit-dashboard by default.
MASTER1_SUBDOMAIN: Optional. Name of the master 1 sub domain.
gerrit-master-1-demo by default.
MASTER2_SUBDOMAIN: Optional. Name of the master 2 sub domain.
gerrit-master-2-demo by default.
CLUSTER_DESIRED_CAPACITY: Optional. Number of EC2 instances composing the cluster.
1 by default.
HTTP_HOST_PORT_MASTER1: Optional. Gerrit Host HTTP port for master1 (must be different from master2).
9080 by default.
SSH_HOST_PORT_MASTER1:: Optional. Gerrit Host SSH port for master1 (must be different from master2).
29418 by default.
HTTP_HOST_PORT_MASTER2: Optional. Gerrit Host HTTP port for master2 (must be different from master1).
9080 by default.
SSH_HOST_PORT_MASTER2:: Optional. Gerrit Host SSH port for master2 (must be different from master1).
29418 by default.
SLAVE_SUBDOMAIN: Mandatory. The subdomain of the Gerrit slave. For example:
LB_SUBDOMAIN: Mandatory. The subdomain of the Gerrit load balancer. For example:
FILESYSTEM_THROUGHPUT_MODE: Optional. The throughput mode for the file system to be created. default:
bursting. More info here
FILESYSTEM_PROVISIONED_THROUGHPUT_IN_MIBPS: Optional. Only used when
FILESYSTEM_THROUGHPUT_MODE is set to
GERRIT_SLAVE_INSTANCE_ID: Optional. Identifier for the Gerrit slave instance. “gerrit-dual-master-SLAVE” by default.
GERRIT_MASTER1_INSTANCE_ID: Optional. Identifier for the Gerrit master1 instance. “gerrit-dual-master-MASTER1” by default.
GERRIT_MASTER2_INSTANCE_ID: Optional. Identifier for the Gerrit master2 instance. “gerrit-dual-master-MASTER2” by default.
REPLICATION_SERVICE_ENABLED: Optional. Whether to expose a replication endpoint. “false” by default.
SERVICE_REPLICATION_STACK_NAME: Optional. The name of the replication service stack. “git-replication-service” by default.
SERVICE_REPLICATION_DESIRED_COUNT: Optional. Number of wanted replication tasks. “1” by default.
GIT_REPLICATION_SUBDOMAIN: Optional. The subdomain to use for the replication endpoint. “git-replication” by default.
It is also posssible to replicate to an extra target by providing a FQDN. The target is expected to expose port 9148 and port 1022 for git and git admin operations respectively.
REMOTE_REPLICATION_TARGET_HOST: Optional. The fully qualified domain name of a remote replication target. Empty by default.
The replication service and the remote replication target represent the reading and writing sides of Git replication: by enabling both of them, it is possible to establish replication to a remote Git site.
make [AWS_REGION=a-valid-aws-region] [AWS_PREFIX=some-cluster-prefix] create-all
AWS_REFIX allow you to define where it will be deployed and what it will be named.
It might take several minutes to build the stack. You can monitor the creations of the stacks in CloudFormation
pemfile on the current directory. To use when ssh-ing into your instances as follow:
ssh -i cluster-keys.pem ec2-user@<ec2_instance_ip>
Optionally this recipe can be deployed so that replication onto the share EFS volume is available.
By setting the environment variable
REPLICATION_SERVICE_ENABLED=true, this recipe will set up and configure additional resources that will allow other other sites to replicate to a specific endpoint, exposed as:
For GIT replication
For Git Admin replication
The service will persist git data on the same EFS volume mounted by the gerrit master1 and gerrit master2.
Note that the replication endpoint is not internet-facing, thus replication requests must be coming from a peered VPC.
make [AWS_REGION=a-valid-aws-region] [AWS_PREFIX=some-cluster-prefix] delete-all
AWS_REFIX allow you to specify exactly which stack you target for deletion.
Note that this will not delete:
Get the URL of your Gerrit master instances this way:
aws cloudformation describe-stacks \ --stack-name <SERVICE_MASTER1_STACK_NAME> \ | grep -A1 '"OutputKey": "CanonicalWebUrl"' \ | grep OutputValue \ | cut -d'"' -f 4 aws cloudformation describe-stacks \ --stack-name <SERVICE_MASTER2_STACK_NAME> \ | grep -A1 '"OutputKey": "CanonicalWebUrl"' \ | grep OutputValue \ | cut -d'"' -f 4
Gerrit master instance ports:
If you need to setup some external services (maybe for testing purposes, such as SMTP or LDAP), you can follow the instructions here
Refer to the Docker section for information on how to setup docker or how to publish images