Deploys a rabbitmq worker from a given bzr branch.
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- (string) The user to log into the rabbitMQ server.
- (string) The vhost in the rabbitMQ server.
- (string) A list of code deployment URLs to keep around. Any versions found locally not in this list will be removed.
- (string) Allow a command to be run periodically by cron. This can be specified as a relative path to the root directory of your tarball.
- (string) Cron-format schedule interval to run the command (m h dom mon dow)
- 0 0 * * *
- (string) A URL to a tarball of the code
- (string) Group to run service as
- (string) YAML list of GPG keys for installation sources, as a string. For apt repository URLs, use the public key ID used to verify package signatures. For other sources such as PPA, use null. This list must have the same number of elements as install_sources, even if the key items are all empty string. An example to go with the above for install_sources: install_keys: | - null - null - "a1b2c3d4"
- (string) The root directory the service will be installed in
- (string) YAML list of additional installation sources, as a string. The number of install_sources must match the number of install_keys. For example: install_sources: | - "ppa:project1/ppa" - "cloud:precise-proposed/folsom" - "http://example.com/repo precise main"
- (int) Optional port a worker might expose for json status checks
- (string) The worker script to run as a service. Can include paths relative to root of the local source tree
- (string) The parameters to pass to the nrpe plugin check_health.
- (string) The parameters to pass to the nrpe plugin check_http.
- (string) Used by the nrpe-external-master subordinate charm. A string that will be prepended to instance name to set the host name in nagios. So for instance the hostname would be something like: juju-postgresql-0 If you\'re running multiple environments with the same services in them this allows you to differentiate between them.
- (string) Packages required for this service
- (string) Pip packages required for this service
- (string) User to run service as
- (string) base64 encoded string to hold configuration information for the unit. The contents will be written to a file named <install_root>/<unit>/unit_config where <unit> is the location the branch is extracted to.