Running Barbican via DevStack
Steps to run Barbican via DevStack (assuming Ubuntu 12.04 LTS or Ubuntu 14.04 LTS):
Note: Due to the amount of dependencies and configuration performed by the DevStack process, we suggest running DevStack from a dedicated/temporary virtual machine rather than your local workstation.
$ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install libffi-dev libssl-dev git -y $ git clone https://github.com/openstack-dev/devstack.git $ git clone https://github.com/openstack/barbican.git $ mv barbican/contrib/devstack/lib/barbican devstack/lib/ $ mv barbican/contrib/devstack/local.conf devstack/ (!!!! NOTE: Please modify line #3 of the repository's 'local.conf' file to replace 'barbican-svc barbican-retry' with 'barbican') $ mv barbican/contrib/devstack/extras.d/70-barbican.sh devstack/extras.d/ $ sudo ./devstack/tools/create-stack-user.sh $ sudo mv devstack/ /opt/stack/ $ rm -rf barbican/ $ chown -R stack:stack /opt/stack/devstack/ $ su - stack $ cd /opt/stack/devstack/
This next step will take a while to run but the end result is you should have Barbican running under DevStack:
To shutdown Barbican (and its dependent services) simply run this:
Note: If you have issues (compute might be throwing some errors - assuming you've enabled compute because we don't by default in the local.conf) you can ease back the firewall. Keep in mind this opens your computer up completely. Only do this if you know what you are doing and if you are having issues. Adjust as needed.
# Flush all firewall rules for DevStack # (Only do this if you really know what you're doing and have problems running DevStack) $ iptables -F $ iptables -P INPUT ACCEPT $ iptables -P FORWARD ACCEPT $ iptables -P OUTPUT ACCEPT
The Easy Way
Last Updated: March 18, 2015
This script will set up Devstack with Barbican (when run on a clean Ubuntu 14.04 VM), then run the Barbican functional tests. https://gist.github.com/rm-you/6feacb91182f5c011018
bash <(curl -sL https://gist.githubusercontent.com/rm-you/6feacb91182f5c011018/raw/b03c74bbe1c76af55d29083b4b823a037cc34018/setup.sh)