Asynchronous updating of consul with zope configration
collective.zopeconsul enables asynchronous sending of zope configuration to consul. It sends the VHM domain information to consul along with port and ip address of this instance. It can also be used to set key/value pairs from buildout config options or environment variables.
zopeconsul can be configured by adding the following to your buildout:
[instance] eggs = collective.zopeconsul zope-conf-additional = <product-config zopeconsul> consul_url http://localhost:8500 consul_prefix zope consul_key_somename somevalue </product-config>
Any configuration option can be overridden by an environment variable:
$ export CONSUL_URL=http://localhost:8500 $ export CONSUL_KEY_SOMENAME=somevalue
- Url of the consul server to connect to. Default: http://localhost:8500
- When setting key/values, this is the base key from which all values are set. Default: zope
- Gives a name to the instance. Instead of values being placed in <consul_prefix>, they are placed in <consul_prefix>/instances/<instance_name> on the consul server. Useful when there are multiple instances being orchestrated from consul. Default: unset
- Allows to set arbitrary key values with any name. Example: ``consul_key_somekey = somevalue``
- Skips setting consul key values. Useful if you have multiple instances that share the same code. You can set this value on specific instances and no key/values will be set in consul.
- Initial setup and vhm monkeypatching [djay]
- Addition of zope-additional-configuration option [instification]
- Addition of key/value pairs to consul [instification]
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