Defined Type: query_service::blazegraph

Defined in:
modules/query_service/manifests/blazegraph.pp

Overview

SPDX-License-Identifier: Apache-2.0

define: query_service::blazegraph

Note: This resource installs and start the blazegraph service

Parameters:

  • $port: Blazegraph port to run on

  • $config_file_name: The name of the config file for this instance

  • $package_dir: Directory where the service should be installed.

  • $data_dir: Directory where the database should be stored

  • $logstash_logback_port: port which rsyslog server is listening on

  • $log_dir: Directory where the logs go

  • $heap_size: heapsize for blazegraph

  • $username: Username owning the service

  • $deploy_user: username of deploy user

  • $use_deployed_config: Whether we should use config in deployed repo or our own

  • $extra_jvm_opts: Extra JVM configs for blazegraph

  • $use_geospatial: Turn on blazegraph geospatial features

  • $journal: Name to assign instance journal. Must be unique per data_dir.

Parameters:

  • port (Stdlib::Port)
  • config_file_name (String)
  • package_dir (Stdlib::Unixpath)
  • data_dir (Stdlib::Unixpath)
  • deploy_name (String)
  • logstash_logback_port (Stdlib::Port)
  • log_dir (Stdlib::Unixpath)
  • heap_size (String)
  • username (String)
  • use_deployed_config (Boolean)
  • extra_jvm_opts (Array[String])
  • use_geospatial (Boolean)
  • journal (String)
  • blazegraph_main_ns (String)
  • federation_user_agent (String)
  • prefixes_file (String)
  • use_oauth (Boolean)


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# File 'modules/query_service/manifests/blazegraph.pp', line 19

define query_service::blazegraph(
    Stdlib::Port $port,
    String $config_file_name,
    Stdlib::Unixpath $package_dir,
    Stdlib::Unixpath $data_dir,
    String $deploy_name, # TODO: we should use $title for this.
    Stdlib::Port $logstash_logback_port,
    Stdlib::Unixpath $log_dir,
    String $heap_size,
    String $username,
    Boolean $use_deployed_config,
    Array[String] $extra_jvm_opts,
    Boolean $use_geospatial,
    String $journal,
    String $blazegraph_main_ns,
    String $federation_user_agent,
    String $prefixes_file,
    Boolean $use_oauth,
) {
    $data_file = "${data_dir}/${journal}.jnl"

    if ($use_deployed_config) {
        $config_file = $config_file_name
    } else {
        $common_config = template('query_service/RWStore.common.properties.erb')
        $specific_config = template("query_service/${config_file_name}.erb")
        if ($use_geospatial) {
            $geo_config = template('query_service/RWStore.geo.properties.erb')
        } else {
            $geo_config = 'com.bigdata.rdf.store.AbstractTripleStore.geoSpatial=false'
        }
        $config_file = "/etc/${deploy_name}/${config_file_name}"
        file { $config_file:
            ensure  => file,
            content => "${common_config}\n${specific_config}\n${geo_config}",
            owner   => 'root',
            group   => 'root',
            mode    => '0644',
            before  => Systemd::Unit[$title],
        }
    }

    file { "/etc/default/${title}":
        ensure  => present,
        content => template('query_service/blazegraph-default.erb'),
        owner   => 'root',
        group   => 'root',
        mode    => '0644',
        before  => Systemd::Unit[$title],
    }

    query_service::logback_config { $title:
        logstash_logback_port => $logstash_logback_port,
        deploy_name           => $deploy_name,
        log_dir               => $log_dir,
        pattern               => '%d{HH:mm:ss.SSS} [%thread] %-5level %logger{36} - %msg %mdc%n%rEx{1,QUERY_TIMEOUT,SYNTAX_ERROR}',
        evaluators            => true,
    }

    # Blazegraph service
    systemd::unit { $title:
        content => template('query_service/initscripts/blazegraph.systemd.erb'),
    }

    service { $title:
        ensure => 'running',
    }

    # This is a rather ugly hack to ensure that permissions of $data_file are
    # managed, but that the file is not created by puppet. If that file does
    # not exist, puppet will raise an error and skip the File[$data_file]
    # resource (and only that resource). It means that puppet will be in error
    # until data import is started, but that's a reasonable behaviour.
    # This works as:
    # if $data_file dose not exist then:
    #    * this resource state is not clean so run the command
    #    * command returns false so the resource fails
    #    * file{$data_file} resource does not run as a dependency fails
    # else
    #    * The file exists so the exec resource state is clean and dose not need to run command
    #      This causes the exec resource to succeed without running command
    #      and so the file can mange permissions
    exec { "${data_file} exists":
        command => '/bin/false',
        creates => $data_file,
    }

    file { $data_file:
        ensure  => file,
        owner   => $username,
        group   => $username,
        mode    => '0664',
        require => Exec["${data_file} exists"],
        tag     => 'in-wdqs-data-dir',
    }
}