cdist-contrib/type/__netbox_gunicorn/gencode-remote
matze dd167f075d __netbox*: fix service restart order
Cause of corrupt databases if the services are restarted incorrectly,
the order and dependencies are adjusted. Now, the `netbox-rq` service
will be included in restarts of `netbox` and required for the WSGI
servers that it must running.

For these changes, the restart command of `__netbox` was adjusted. The
other ones where edited too, to use the same command.

All services now require redis and postgresql to be started before them
to prevent any start order issues.

If someone asked for what the RQ worker is required, see here:
 https://netbox.readthedocs.io/en/stable/additional-features/webhooks/#webhook-processing
2020-09-09 19:08:46 +02:00

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#!/bin/sh -e
# control state
state="$(cat "$__object/parameter/state")"
case "$state" in
# install gunicorn
enabled|disabled)
curr_installed="$(cat "$__object/explorer/installed")"
should_installed="$(cat "$__object/explorer/should_installed")"
# gunicorn version change
if [ "$curr_installed" != "$should_installed" ]; then
# (re)installing gunicorn
echo "/opt/netbox/venv/bin/pip3 install 'gunicorn==$should_installed'"
if [ "$curr_installed" != "" ]; then
printf "updated %s to %s\n" "$curr_installed" "$should_installed" \
>> "$__messages_out"
else
printf "installed\n" >> "$__messages_out"
fi
do_restart=yes
fi
# configuration changes
if grep -q "^__file/opt/netbox/gunicorn.py:" "$__messages_in"; then
do_restart=yes
printf "configured\n" >> "$__messages_out"
fi
# restart gunicorn
if [ "$do_restart" ] && [ "$state" != "disabled" ]; then
cat << EOF
# Restart service
systemctl restart gunicorn-netbox
EOF
fi
;;
# uninstall
absent)
# check if installed
if [ -s "$__object/explorer/installed" ]; then
# service already disabled
echo "/opt/netbox/venv/bin/pip3 uninstall -y gunicorn"
printf "uninstalled\n" >> "$__messages_out"
fi
esac