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README.md

Ansible role gitea - Install a gitea server

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This role installs and manages a gitea server - Source code & screenshots.

Gitea is a Golang Git repository webapp, having the same look and feel as GitHub.

Sample example of use in a playbook

The following code has been tested with Debian 8, it should work on Ubuntu as well.

- name: "Install gitea"
  hosts: all
  vars:
    gitea_user: "gitea"
    gitea_home: "/var/lib/gitea"
    # To limit your users to 30 repos
    gitea_user_repo_limit: 30
    # Don't use a public CDN for frontend assets
    gitea_offline_mode: true

    # Some 'rendering' options for your URLs
    gitea_http_domain: git.yourdomain.fr
    gitea_root_url: https://git.yourdomain.fr

    # Here we assume we are behind a reverse proxy that will
    # handle https for us, so we bind on localhost:3000 using HTTP
    gitea_protocol: http
    gitea_http_listen: 127.0.0.1
    gitea_http_port: 3000

    # SSH server configuration
    gitea_ssh_listen: 0.0.0.0
    gitea_ssh_port: 2222
    # For URLs rendering again
    gitea_ssh_domain: git.yourdomain.fr
    gitea_start_ssh: true

    gitea_secret_key: 3sp00ky5me
    gitea_disable_gravatar: true
    # To make at least your first user register
    gitea_disable_registration: false
    gitea_require_signin: true
    gitea_enable_captcha: true

    gitea_show_user_email: false
  roles:
    - gitea

More detailed options

General

  • gitea_version_check: Check if installed version != gitea_version before initiating binary download
  • gitea_user: UNIX user used by Gitea
  • gitea_home: Base directory to work
  • gitea_dl_url: The URL, the compiled gitea-binary will be downloaded from
  • gitea_systemd_cap_net_bind_service: Adds AmbientCapabilities=CAP_NET_BIND_SERVICE to systemd service file

Look and feel

  • gitea_app_name: Displayed application name
  • gitea_show_user_email: Do you want to display email addresses ? (true/false)
  • gitea_disable_gravatar: Do you want to disable Gravatar ? (privacy and so on) (true/false)
  • gitea_offline_mode: Same but for disabling CDNs for frontend assets (true/false)
  • gitea_disable_registration: Do you want to disable user registration ? (true/false)
  • gitea_register_email_confirm: Enable this to ask for mail confirmation of registration. Requires gitea_mailer_enabled to be enabled (Default: false)
  • gitea_only_allow_external_registration: Do you want to force registration only using third-party services ? (true/false)
  • gitea_show_registration_button: Do you want to show the registration button? (true/false)
  • gitea_require_signin: Do you require a signin to see repo's (even public ones) ? (true/false)
  • gitea_enable_captcha: Do you want to enable captcha's ? (true/false)
  • gitea_secret_key: Cookie secret key
  • gitea_internal_token: Internal API token
  • gitea_themes: List of enabled themes
  • gitea_theme_default: Default theme

Limits

  • gitea_user_repo_limit: Limit how many repos a user can have (-1 for unlimited)

HTTP configuration

  • gitea_http_domain: HTTP domain (displayed in your clone URLs, just the domain like git.foo.fr)
  • gitea_root_url: Root URL used to access your web app (full URL)
  • gitea_protocol: Listening protocol (http/https)
  • gitea_http_listen: Bind address
  • gitea_http_port: Bind port (redirect from 80 will be activated if value is 443 - Default: 3000)
  • gitea_disable_http_git: Disable the use of Git over HTTP ? (true/false)
  • gitea_http_letsencrypt_mail Enable Let`s Encrypt if a email address is given

SSH configuration

  • gitea_ssh_listen: Bind address for the SSH server
  • gitea_ssh_domain: SSH domain (displayed in your clone URLs)
  • gitea_start_ssh: Do you want to start a built-in SSH server ? (true/false)
  • gitea_ssh_port: SSH bind port

Database configuration

  • gitea_db_type: Database type, can be mysql, postgres or sqlite3
  • gitea_db_host: Database host string host:port or /run/postgresql/ when connectiong to postgres via local unix socket (peer authentication)
  • gitea_db_name: Database name
  • gitea_db_user: Database username
  • gitea_db_password: Database password
  • gitea_db_ssl: Use SSL ? (postgres only!). Can be required, disable, verify-full
  • gitea_db_path: DB path, if you use sqlite3. The default is good enough to work though.

Mailer configuration

  • gitea_mailer_enabled: Whether to enable the mailer. Default: false
  • gitea_mailer_skip_verify: Skip SMTP TLS certificate verification (true/false)
  • gitea_mailer_tls_enabled: Enable TLS for SMTP connections (true/false)
  • gitea_mailer_host: SMTP server hostname and port
  • gitea_mailer_user: SMTP server username
  • gitea_mailer_password: SMTP server password
  • gitea_mailer_from: Sender mail address
  • gitea_subject_prefix: Prefix to be placed before e-mail subject lines (Default: ``)
  • gitea_enable_notify_mail: Whether e-mail should be send to watchers of a repository when something happens. Default: false

Log configuration

  • gitea_log_systemd Disable logging into file, use systemd-journald
  • gitea_log_only_warning Log only warnings or above, no http access or sql logging (Default: true)

Fail2Ban configuration

If enabled, this will deploy a fail2ban filter and jail config for Gitea as described in the Gitea Documentation.

As this will only deploy config files, fail2ban already has to be installed or otherwise the role will fail.

  • gitea_fail2ban_enabled: Whether to deploy the fail2ban config or not
  • gitea_fail2ban_jail_maxretry: fail2ban jail maxretry setting. Default: 10
  • gitea_fail2ban_jail_findtime: fail2ban jail findtime setting. Default: 3600
  • gitea_fail2ban_jail_bantime: fail2ban jail bantime setting. Default: 900
  • gitea_fail2ban_jail_action: fail2ban jail action setting. Default: iptables-allports

Oauth2 provider configuration

  • gitea_oauth2_enabled: Enable the Oauth2 provider (true/false)
  • gitea_oauth2_jwt_secret: JWT secret, cannot be longer than 32 characters

Metrics endpoint configuration

  • gitea_metrics_enabled: Enable the metrics endpoint
  • gitea_metrics_token: Bearer token for the Prometheus scrape job

Repository Indexer configuration

  • gitea_repo_indexer_enabled: Whether to enable the repository indexer (code search). Default: false
  • gitea_repo_indexer_include: Glob patterns to include in the index (comma-separated list). Default: "" (all files)
  • gitea_repo_indexer_exclude: Glob patterns to exclude from the index (comma-separated list). Default: "" (no files)
  • gitea_repo_exclude_vendored: Exclude vendored files from the index. Default: true
  • gitea_repo_indexer_max_file_size: Maximum size of files to be indexed (in bytes). Default: 1048576 (1 MB)

Contributing

Don't hesitate to create a pull request, and when in doubt you can reach me on Twitter @thomas_maurice.

I'm happy to fix any issue that's been opened, or even better, review your pull requests :)

Testing

Testing uses molecule. To start the tests, install the dependencies first. I would recommend you use a virtual env for that but who am I to tell you what to do.

pip install pew # install pew to manage the venvs
pew new ansible # create the venv
pip install -r requirements-travis.txt # install the requirements
molecule test # Run the actual tests

Note: you need Docker installed

Known testing limitations

Currently it's mainly validating that the playbook runs, the lint is ok, and that kind of things. Since it runs in Docker, we currently have no way to check if the service is actually launched by systemd and so on. This has to be worked on.

License

Copyright 2019-present Thomas Maurice

Redistribution and use in source and binary forms, with or without modification, are permitted provided that the following conditions are met:

1. Redistributions of source code must retain the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer.

2. Redistributions in binary form must reproduce the above copyright notice, this list of conditions and the following disclaimer in the documentation and/or other materials provided with the distribution.

3. Neither the name of the copyright holder nor the names of its contributors may be used to endorse or promote products derived from this software without specific prior written permission.

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