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Signed-off-by: Derek Smith <derek@farscapian.com>
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Derek Smith 2022-05-20 11:06:41 -04:00
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Signed by: farscapian
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FROM ubuntu:21.04
FROM ubuntu:22.04
ENV DEBIAN_FRONTEND=noninteractive
RUN apt-get update && apt-get install -y wait-for-it dnsutils rsync duplicity sshfs snapd lxd-client
RUN mkdir /sovereign-stack
COPY ./ /sovereign-stack
COPY ./deployment /sovereign-stack
WORKDIR /sovereign-stack
RUN mkdir /site
VOLUME /site
ENV SITE_PATH=/site
RUN mkdir /domain
VOLUME /domain
ENV SITE_PATH=/domain
COPY ./entrypoint.sh /entrypoint.sh
RUN chmod 0744 /entrypoint.sh
CMD /entrypoint.sh
CMD /entrypoint.sh

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# Documentation
# Directions
Please visit the [https://www.sovereign-stack.org](Sovereign Stack) website for documentation related to this repository.
ALL files at this level SHOULD be executed on the management machine! If you have just downloaded Soveregin Stack, run `install.sh` to install all the dependencies required by Sovereign Stack scripts.
# Dockerfile
If you want to run the Sovereign Stack management machine activities inside a docker container, you can do so by 1) building the image and 2) running the resulting sovereign stack docker container:
## Building
docker build -t sovereign-stack .
## Running
docker run -it sovereign-stack \
-v "$HOME/.sites/domain.tld"

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set -exu
cd "$(dirname "$0")"
check_dependencies () {
for cmd in "$@"; do
if ! command -v "$cmd" >/dev/null 2>&1; then
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RUN_CERT_RENEWAL=true
USER_NO_BACKUP=false
USER_RUN_RESTORE=false
BTC_CHAIN=testnet
BTC_CHAIN=regtest
UPDATE_BTCPAY=false
RECONFIGURE_BTCPAY_SERVER=false
BTCPAY_ADDITIONAL_HOSTNAMES=
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BTC_CHAIN=mainnet
shift
;;
--testnet)
BTC_CHAIN=testnet
shift
;;
--reconfigure-btcpay)
RECONFIGURE_BTCPAY_SERVER=true
shift
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exit 1
fi
if [ -z "$DOMAIN_NAME" ]; then
echo "ERROR: You MUST specify --domain=domain.tld"
exit 1
fi
export DOMAIN_NAME="$DOMAIN_NAME"
export VPS_HOSTING_TARGET="$VPS_HOSTING_TARGET"
export LXD_DISK_TO_USE="$LXD_DISK_TO_USE"
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if [ "$MACHINE_EXISTS" = true ]; then
# we delete the machine if the user has directed us to
if [ "$MIGRATE_VPS" = true ]; then
# run the domain_init based on user input.
if [ "$USER_NO_BACKUP" = true ]; then
echo "Machine exists. We don't need to back it up because the user has directed --no-backup."

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# Documentation
Please visit the [https://www.sovereign-stack.org](Sovereign Stack) website for documentation related to this repository.

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#!/bin/bash
set -ex
# take the services down, create a backup archive, then pull it down.
ssh "$FQDN" "cd $REMOTE_HOME/btcpayserver-docker/; sudo bash -c ./backup.sh"
ssh "$FQDN" "sudo cp /var/lib/docker/volumes/backup_datadir/_data/backup.tar.gz $REMOTE_HOME/backups/btcpay.tar.gz"
ssh "$FQDN" "sudo chown ubuntu:ubuntu $REMOTE_HOME/backups/btcpay.tar.gz"
scp "$FQDN:$REMOTE_HOME/backups/btcpay.tar.gz" "$LOCAL_BACKUP_PATH/btcpay-$1.tar.gz"

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#!/bin/bash
set -exu
cd "$(dirname "$0")"
# TODO: We are using extra space on the remote VPS at the moment for the duplicity backup files.
# we could eliminate that and simply save duplicity backups to the management machine running the script
# this could be done by using a local path and mounting it on the remote VPS.
# maybe something like https://superuser.com/questions/616182/how-to-mount-local-directory-to-remote-like-sshfs
# step 1: run duplicity on the remote system to backup all files to the remote system.
ssh "$FQDN" sudo PASSPHRASE="$DUPLICITY_BACKUP_PASSPHRASE" duplicity --exclude "$REMOTE_HOME/backups" "$REMOTE_HOME" "file://$REMOTE_BACKUP_PATH"
ssh "$FQDN" sudo chown -R ubuntu:ubuntu "$REMOTE_BACKUP_PATH"
# now let's pull down the latest files from the backup directory.
# create a temp directory to serve as the mountpoint for the remote machine backups directory
sshfs "$FQDN:$REMOTE_BACKUP_PATH" "$SSHFS_PATH"
# rsync the files from the remote server to our local backup path.
rsync -av "$SSHFS_PATH/" "$LOCAL_BACKUP_PATH/"
# step 4: unmount the SSHFS filesystem and cleanup.
umount "$SSHFS_PATH"
rm -rf "$SSHFS_PATH"

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#!/bin/bash
bash -c ./deploy.sh --domain=bitizen.store --hosting-provider=lxd --macvlan-interface=eno3 --storage-backend=/dev/sda

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#!/bin/bash
set -eu
export DEPLOY_WWW_SERVER=false
export DEPLOY_BTCPPAY_SERVER=false
export DEPLOY_UMBREL_VPS=false
export DEPLOY_GHOST=true
export DEPLOY_NOSTR=false
export DEPLOY_ONION_SITE=false
export DEPLOY_NEXTCLOUD=false
export DEPLOY_GITEA=false
export WWW_HOSTNAME="www"
export BTCPAY_HOSTNAME="btcpay"
export UMBREL_HOSTNAME="umbrel"
export NEXTCLOUD_HOSTNAME="nextcloud"
export GITEA_HOSTNAME="git"
export NOSTR_HOSTNAME="messages"
export NOSTR_ACCOUNT_PUBKEY=
export DDNS_PASSWORD=
# this is where the html is sourced from.
export SITE_HTML_PATH=
# enter your AWS Access Key and Secret Access Key here.
export AWS_ACCESS_KEY=
export AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=
# if overridden, the app will be deployed to proxy $BTCPAY_HOSTNAME.$DOMAIN_NAME requests to the URL specified.
# this is useful when you want to oursource your BTCPAY fullnode/lightning node.
#export BTCPAY_HANDLER_URL=
export SMTP_SERVER="smtp.mailgun.org"
export SMTP_PORT="587"
# default AWS region and AMI (free-tier AMI ubuntu 20.10)
export AWS_REGION="us-east-1"
# AMI NAME:
# ubuntu/images/hvm-ssd/ubuntu-jammy-22.04-amd64-server-20220420
export AWS_AMI_ID="ami-09d56f8956ab235b3"
WWW_INSTANCE_TYPE="t2.micro"
BTCPAY_INSTANCE_TYPE="t2.medium"
# goal will be to keep any particular instance to run AT OR BELOW t2.medium.
# other options are t2.small, micro, nano; micro is the free-tier eligible.
# [1=vCPUs, 1=Mem(GiB)]
# nano [1,0.5], micro [1,1] (free-tier eligible), small [1,2], medium [2,4], large [2,8], xlarge [4,16], 2xlarge [8,32]
export WWW_INSTANCE_TYPE="$WWW_INSTANCE_TYPE"
export BTCPAY_INSTANCE_TYPE="$BTCPAY_INSTANCE_TYPE"
export SMTP_PASSWORD=
export GHOST_MYSQL_PASSWORD=
export GHOST_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=
export NEXTCLOUD_MYSQL_PASSWORD=
export GITEA_MYSQL_PASSWORD=
export NEXTCLOUD_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=
export GITEA_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=
export DUPLICITY_BACKUP_PASSPHRASE=
#opt-add-fireflyiii;opt-add-zammad
export BTCPAYGEN_ADDITIONAL_FRAGMENTS="opt-save-storage;opt-add-btctransmuter;opt-add-configurator;"
export SSH_HOME="$HOME/.ssh"
export VLAN_INTERFACE=
export CACHE_DIR="$HOME/cache"
export VM_NAME=
export DEV_MEMORY_MB="4096"
export DEV_CPU_COUNT="4"
export SSHFS_PATH="/tmp/sshfs_temp"
export NEXTCLOUD_SPACE_GB=10
DEV_LXD_REMOTE="$(lxc remote get-default)"
export DEV_LXD_REMOTE="$DEV_LXD_REMOTE"
export SITE_TITLE=
# we use this later when we create a VM, we annotate what git commit (from a tag) we used.
LATEST_GIT_TAG="$(git describe --abbrev=0)"
export LATEST_GIT_TAG="$LATEST_GIT_TAG"
LATEST_GIT_COMMIT="$(cat ./.git/refs/heads/master)"
export LATEST_GIT_COMMIT="$LATEST_GIT_COMMIT"
# let's ensure all the tools are installed
if [ ! -f "$(which rsync)" ]; then
echo "ERROR: rsync is not installed. You may want to install your dependencies."
exit 1
fi
# shellcheck disable=1091
export SITE_PATH="$HOME/.sites"
export LXD_DISK_TO_USE=
ENABLE_NGINX_CACHING=false
# TODO
# 1 add check for ~/.aws/credentials and stub one out
# 2 ensure install.sh has been run by checking for tor, docker-machine, lxd, wait-for-it, etc.
# 3 pretty much just run the install script if anything is awry
# 4 maybe check to ensure all the CNAME and A+ records are there first so we can quit before machine creation.
export SITE_PATH="$SITE_PATH/$DOMAIN_NAME"
if [ ! -d "$SITE_PATH" ]; then
echo "ERROR: '$SITE_PATH' does not exist."
exit 1
fi
export SITE_PATH="$SITE_PATH"
export BTC_CHAIN="$BTC_CHAIN"
# if we're running aws/public, we enable nginx caching since it's a public site.
if [ "$VPS_HOSTING_TARGET" = aws ]; then
# TODO the correct behavior is to be =true, but cookies aren't working right now.
ENABLE_NGINX_CACHING=true
fi
DEFAULT_DB_IMAGE="mariadb:10.6.5"
export ENABLE_NGINX_CACHING="$ENABLE_NGINX_CACHING"
# run the docker stack.
export GHOST_IMAGE="ghost:4.44.0"
export GHOST_DB_IMAGE="$DEFAULT_DB_IMAGE"
export NGINX_IMAGE="nginx:1.21.6"
export NEXTCLOUD_IMAGE="nextcloud:23.0.2"
export NEXTCLOUD_DB_IMAGE="$DEFAULT_DB_IMAGE"
export GITEA_IMAGE="gitea/gitea:latest"
export GITEA_DB_IMAGE="$DEFAULT_DB_IMAGE"
export WWW_MAC_ADDRESS=
export BTCPAY_MAC_ADDRESS=
export UMBREL_MAC_ADDRESS=

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#!/bin/bash
set -eux
cd "$(dirname "$0")"
# let's make sure we have an ssh keypair. We just use ~/.ssh/id_rsa
if [ ! -f "$SSH_HOME/id_rsa" ]; then
# generate a new SSH key for the base vm image.
ssh-keygen -f "$SSH_HOME/id_rsa" -t ecdsa -b 521 -N ""
fi
# if an authorized_keys file does not exist, we'll stub one out with the current user.
# add additional id_rsa.pub entries manually for more administrative logins.
if [ ! -f "$SITE_PATH/authorized_keys" ]; then
cat "$SSH_HOME/id_rsa.pub" >> "$SITE_PATH/authorized_keys"
fi
## This is a weird if clause since we need to LEFT-ALIGN the statement below.
SSH_STRING="Host ${FQDN}"
if ! grep -q "$SSH_STRING" "$SSH_HOME/config"; then
########## BEGIN
cat >> "$SSH_HOME/config" <<-EOF
${SSH_STRING}
HostName ${FQDN}
User ubuntu
EOF
###
fi
# when set to true, this flag indicates that a new VPS was created during THIS script run.
if [ "$VPS_HOSTING_TARGET" = aws ]; then
# let's create the remote VPS if needed.
if ! docker-machine ls -q --filter name="$FQDN" | grep -q "$FQDN"; then
RUN_BACKUP=false
./provision_vps.sh
./prepare_vps_host.sh
fi
elif [ "$VPS_HOSTING_TARGET" = lxd ]; then
ssh-keygen -f "$SSH_HOME/known_hosts" -R "$FQDN"
#check to ensure the MACVLAN interface has been set by the user
if [ -z "$MACVLAN_INTERFACE" ]; then
echo "ERROR: MACVLAN_INTERFACE has not been defined. Use '--macvlan-interface=eno1' for example."
exit 1
fi
# let's first check to ensure there's a cert.tar.gz. We need a valid cert for testing.
if [ ! -f "$SITE_PATH/certs.tar.gz" ]; then
echo "ERROR: We need a valid cert for testing."
exit 1
fi
# if the machine doesn't exist, we create it.
if ! lxc list --format csv | grep -q "$LXD_VM_NAME"; then
export RUN_BACKUP=false
# create a base image if needed and instantiate a VM.
if [ -z "$MAC_ADDRESS_TO_PROVISION" ]; then
echo "ERROR: You MUST define a MAC Address for all your machines."
exit 1
fi
./provision_lxc.sh
fi
# prepare the VPS to support our applications and backups and stuff.
./prepare_vps_host.sh
fi
# this tells our local docker client to target the remote endpoint via SSH
export DOCKER_HOST="ssh://ubuntu@$FQDN"
# the following scripts take responsibility for the rest of the provisioning depending on the app you're deploying.
if [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = www ]; then
./go_www.sh
elif [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = btcpay ]; then
./go_btcpay.sh
elif [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = umbrel ]; then
./go_umbrel.sh
elif [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = certonly ]; then
# renew the certs; certbot takes care of seeing if we need to actually renew.
if [ "$RUN_CERT_RENEWAL" = true ]; then
./generate_certs.sh
fi
echo "INFO: Please run 'docker-machine rm -f $FQDN' to remove the remote VPS."
exit
else
echo "ERROR: APP_TO_DEPLOY not set correctly. Please refer to the documentation for allowable values."
exit
fi
echo "Successfull deployed '$DOMAIN_NAME' with git commit '$(cat ./.git/refs/heads/master)' VPS_HOSTING_TARGET=$VPS_HOSTING_TARGET; Latest git tag is $LATEST_GIT_TAG" >> "$SITE_PATH/debug.log"

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#!/bin/bash
set -exu
cd "$(dirname "$0")"
if [ "$VPS_HOSTING_TARGET" = aws ]; then
# let's do a refresh of the certificates. Let's Encrypt will not run if it's not time.
docker pull certbot/certbot
docker run -it --rm \
--name certbot \
-p 80:80 \
-p 443:443 \
-v /etc/letsencrypt:/etc/letsencrypt \
-v /var/lib/letsencrypt:/var/lib/letsencrypt certbot/certbot \
certonly -v --noninteractive --agree-tos --key-type ecdsa --standalone --expand -d "$DOMAIN_NAME" -d "$FQDN" -d "$NEXTCLOUD_FQDN" -d "$GITEA_FQDN" --email "$CERTIFICATE_EMAIL_ADDRESS"
# backup the certs to our SITE_PATH/certs.tar.gz so we have them handy (for local development)
ssh "$FQDN" sudo tar -zcvf "$REMOTE_HOME/certs.tar.gz" -C /etc ./letsencrypt
ssh "$FQDN" sudo chown ubuntu:ubuntu "$REMOTE_HOME/certs.tar.gz"
# now pull the tarballs down the local machine.
scp "$FQDN:$REMOTE_HOME/certs.tar.gz" "$SITE_PATH/certs.tar.gz"
else
echo "INFO: Skipping certificate renewal since we're on hosting provider=lxd."
fi

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#!/bin/bash
set -exu
cd "$(dirname "$0")"
if [ "$RUN_BACKUP" = true ]; then
# shellcheck disable=SC2029
ssh "$FQDN" "cd $REMOTE_HOME/btcpayserver-docker/; sudo bash -c ./btcpay-down.sh"
fi
# we will re-run the btcpay provisioning scripts if directed to do so.
# if an update does occur, we grab another backup.
if [ "$UPDATE_BTCPAY" = true ]; then
if [ "$RUN_BACKUP" = true ]; then
# grab a backup PRIOR to update
./backup_btcpay.sh "before-update-$UNIX_BACKUP_TIMESTAMP"
fi
# run the update.
# shellcheck disable=SC2029
ssh "$FQDN" "cd $REMOTE_HOME/btcpayserver-docker/; sudo bash -c ./btcpay-update.sh"
else
if [ "$RUN_BACKUP" = true ]; then
# we just grab a regular backup
./backup_btcpay.sh "regular-backup-$UNIX_BACKUP_TIMESTAMP"
fi
fi
# run a restoration if specified.
if [ "$RUN_RESTORE" = true ]; then
# shellcheck disable=SC2029
ssh "$FQDN" "cd $REMOTE_HOME/btcpayserver-docker/; sudo bash -c ./btcpay-down.sh"
./restore_btcpay.sh
fi
# the administrator may have indicated a reconfig; if so, re-run the setup (useful for adding alternative names to TLS)
if [ "$RECONFIGURE_BTCPAY_SERVER" = true ]; then
# re-run the setup script.
./run_btcpay_setup.sh
fi
if [ "$MIGRATE_VPS" = false ]; then
# The default is to resume services, though admin may want to keep services off (eg., for a migration)
# we bring the services back up by default.
# shellcheck disable=SC2029
ssh "$FQDN" "cd $REMOTE_HOME/btcpayserver-docker/; sudo bash -c ./btcpay-up.sh"
# we wait for lightning to comone line too.
wait-for-it -t -60 "$FQDN:80"
wait-for-it -t -60 "$FQDN:443"
xdg-open "http://$FQDN"
else
echo "WARNING: The '--migrate' flag was specified. BTCPay Server services HAVE NOT BEEN TURNED ON!"
echo "NOTE: You can restore your latest backup to a new host that has BTCPay Server installed."
fi

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#!/bin/bash
set -exu
ssh "$FQDN" "
set -x
cd /home/ubuntu
# first, lets make sure we have the latest code. We use git over HTTPS and store it in ~/umbrel
# ~/umbrel is the only folder we need to backup
if [ ! -d ./umbrel ]; then
git clone https://github.com/getumbrel/umbrel.git ./umbrel
else
if [ -f ./umbrel/scripts/stop ]; then
sudo ./umbrel/scripts/stop
fi
fi
"
# # DO SOME BACKUP OPERATION
# ssh "$FQDN" "
# set -x
# mkdir -p /home/ubuntu/backup
# sudo PASSPHRASE=${DUPLICITY_BACKUP_PASSPHRASE} duplicity --exclude ${REMOTE_HOME}/umbrel/bitcoin/blocks ${REMOTE_HOME}/umbrel file://${REMOTE_BACKUP_PATH}
# sudo chown -R ubuntu:ubuntu ${REMOTE_BACKUP_PATH}
# "
# Start services back up.
ssh "$FQDN" "
set -ex
cd /home/ubuntu/umbrel
git config pull.rebase true
git fetch --all --tags
git checkout master
git pull
git checkout tags/v0.4.17
# To use Umbrel on mainnet, run:
sudo NETWORK=$BTC_CHAIN /home/ubuntu/umbrel/scripts/start
"
# we wait for lightning to comone line too.
wait-for-it -t -60 "$FQDN:80"
xdg-open "http://$FQDN"

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#!/bin/bash
set -exu
TOR_CONFIG_PATH=
ssh "$FQDN" mkdir -p "$REMOTE_HOME/ghost_site" "$REMOTE_HOME/ghost_db"
if [ "$DEPLOY_NEXTCLOUD" = true ]; then
ssh "$FQDN" "mkdir -p $REMOTE_NEXTCLOUD_PATH/db/data"
ssh "$FQDN" "mkdir -p $REMOTE_NEXTCLOUD_PATH/db/logs"
ssh "$FQDN" "mkdir -p $REMOTE_NEXTCLOUD_PATH/html"
fi
if [ "$DEPLOY_GITEA" = true ]; then
ssh "$FQDN" "mkdir -p $REMOTE_GITEA_PATH/data $REMOTE_GITEA_PATH/db"
fi
# enable docker swarm mode so we can support docker stacks.
if ! docker info | grep -q "Swarm: active"; then
docker swarm init
fi
# stop services.
if docker stack list --format "{{.Name}}" | grep -q webstack; then
docker stack rm webstack
sleep 20
fi
# this will generate letsencrypt certs and pull them down locally.
if [ "$VPS_HOSTING_TARGET" != lxd ]; then
# really we should change this if clause to some thing like
# "if the perimeter firewall allows port 80/443, then go ahead."
if [ "$VPS_HOSTING_TARGET" = aws ] && [ "$RUN_CERT_RENEWAL" = true ]; then
./generate_certs.sh
fi
else
# restore the certs. If they don't exist in a backup we restore from SITE_PATH
if [ -f "$SITE_PATH/certs.tar.gz" ]; then
scp "$SITE_PATH/certs.tar.gz" "ubuntu@$FQDN:$REMOTE_HOME/certs.tar.gz"
ssh "$FQDN" "sudo tar -xvf $REMOTE_HOME/certs.tar.gz -C /etc"
else
echo "ERROR: Certificates do not exist locally."
exit 1
fi
fi
if [ "$RUN_BACKUP" = true ]; then
./backup_www.sh
fi
if [ "$RUN_RESTORE" = true ]; then
./restore_www.sh
fi
if [ "$DEPLOY_ONION_SITE" = true ]; then
# ensure the tor image is built
docker build -t tor:latest ./tor
# if the tor folder doesn't exist, we provision a new one. Otherwise you need to restore.
# this is how we generate a new torv3 endpoint.
if ! ssh "$FQDN" "[ -d $REMOTE_HOME/tor/www ]"; then
ssh "$FQDN" "mkdir -p $REMOTE_HOME/tor"
TOR_CONFIG_PATH="$(pwd)/tor/torrc-init"
export TOR_CONFIG_PATH="$TOR_CONFIG_PATH"
docker stack deploy -c ./tor.yml torstack
sleep 20
docker stack rm torstack
sleep 20
fi
ONION_ADDRESS="$(ssh "$FQDN" sudo cat "${REMOTE_HOME}"/tor/www/hostname)"
export ONION_ADDRESS="$ONION_ADDRESS"
# # Since we run a separate ghost process, we create a new directory and symlink it to the original
# if ! ssh "$FQDN" "[ -L $REMOTE_HOME/tor_ghost ]"; then
# ssh "$FQDN" ln -s "$REMOTE_HOME/ghost_site/themes $REMOTE_HOME/tor_ghost/themes"
# fi
fi
if [ "$RUN_SERVICES" = true ]; then
docker stack deploy -c "$DOCKER_YAML_PATH" webstack
# start a browser session; point it to port 80 to ensure HTTPS redirect.
wait-for-it -t 320 "$FQDN:80"
wait-for-it -t 320 "$FQDN:443"
# open bowser tabs.
if [ "$DEPLOY_GHOST" = true ]; then
xdg-open "http://$FQDN"
fi
if [ "$DEPLOY_NEXTCLOUD" = true ]; then
xdg-open "http://$NEXTCLOUD_FQDN"
fi
if [ "$DEPLOY_GITEA" = true ]; then
xdg-open "http://$GITEA_FQDN"
fi
fi

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config:
limits.cpu: "${DEV_CPU_COUNT}"
limits.memory: "${DEV_MEMORY_MB}MB"
user.vendor-data: |
#cloud-config
apt_mirror: http://us.archive.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/
package_update: true
package_upgrade: false
package_reboot_if_required: false
preserve_hostname: false
fqdn: ${FQDN}
packages:
- curl
- ssh-askpass
- apt-transport-https
- ca-certificates
- gnupg-agent
- software-properties-common
- lsb-release
- net-tools
- htop
- rsync
- duplicity
- sshfs
- fswatch
- jq
- git
- nano
groups:
- docker
users:
- name: ubuntu
shell: /bin/bash
lock_passwd: false
groups:
- docker
sudo:
- ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL
ssh_authorized_keys:
- ${SSH_AUTHORIZED_KEY}
write_files:
- path: ${REMOTE_HOME}/docker.asc
content: |
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- path: /etc/ssh/ssh_config
content: |
Port 22
ListenAddress 0.0.0.0
Protocol 2
ChallengeResponseAuthentication no
PasswordAuthentication no
UsePAM no
LogLevel INFO
runcmd:
- cat ${REMOTE_HOME}/docker.asc | sudo gpg --dearmor -o /usr/share/keyrings/docker-archive-keyring.gpg
- sudo rm ${REMOTE_HOME}/docker.asc
- echo "deb [arch=amd64 signed-by=/usr/share/keyrings/docker-archive-keyring.gpg] https://download.docker.com/linux/ubuntu $(lsb_release -cs) stable" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/docker.list
- sudo apt-get remove docker docker.io containerd runc
- sudo apt-get update
- sudo apt-get install -y docker-ce docker-ce-cli containerd.io
- echo "alias ll='ls -lah'" >> ${REMOTE_HOME}/.bash_profile
- sudo curl -L "https://github.com/docker/compose/releases/download/1.29.2/docker-compose-$(uname -s)-$(uname -m)" -o /usr/local/bin/docker-compose
- sudo chmod +x /usr/local/bin/docker-compose
- sudo apt-get install -y openssh-server
description: Default LXD profile for ${DOMAIN_NAME}
devices:
root:
path: /
pool: default
type: disk
config:
source: cloud-init:config
type: disk
enp5s0:
nictype: macvlan
parent: ${MACVLAN_INTERFACE}
type: nic
name: ${LXD_VM_NAME}

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#!/bin/bash
set -exu
# scan the remote machine and install it's identity in our SSH known_hosts file.
ssh-keyscan -H -t ecdsa "$FQDN" >> "$SSH_HOME/known_hosts"
# create a directory to store backup archives. This is on all new vms.
ssh "$FQDN" mkdir -p "$REMOTE_HOME/backups"
if [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = btcpay ]; then
echo "INFO: new machine detected. Provisioning BTCPay server scripts."
./run_btcpay_setup.sh
exit
fi

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#!/bin/bash
set -eux
# check to ensure the admin has specified a MACVLAN interface
if [ -z "$MACVLAN_INTERFACE" ]; then
echo "ERROR: MACVLAN_INTERFACE not defined in project."
exit 1
fi
# The base VM image.
BASE_LXC_IMAGE="ubuntu/22.04/cloud"
# let's create a profile for the BCM TYPE-1 VMs. This is per VM.
if ! lxc profile list --format csv | grep -q "$LXD_VM_NAME"; then
lxc profile create "$LXD_VM_NAME"
fi
# generate the custom cloud-init file. Cloud init installs and configures sshd
SSH_AUTHORIZED_KEY=$(<"$SSH_HOME/id_rsa.pub")
eval "$(ssh-agent -s)"
ssh-add "$SSH_HOME/id_rsa"
export SSH_AUTHORIZED_KEY="$SSH_AUTHORIZED_KEY"
envsubst < ./lxc_profile.yml > "$SITE_PATH/cloud-init-$APP_TO_DEPLOY.yml"
# configure the profile with our generated cloud-init.yml file.
lxc profile edit "$LXD_VM_NAME" < "$SITE_PATH/cloud-init-$APP_TO_DEPLOY.yml"
function wait_for_lxc_ip {
LXC_INSTANCE_NAME="$1"
IP_V4_ADDRESS=
while true; do
IP_V4_ADDRESS="$(lxc list "$LXC_INSTANCE_NAME" --format csv --columns=4 | grep enp5s0 | grep -Eo '[0-9]{1,3}\.[0-9]{1,3}\.[0-9]{1,3}\.[0-9]{1,3}')" || true
export IP_V4_ADDRESS="$IP_V4_ADDRESS"
if [ -n "$IP_V4_ADDRESS" ]; then
# give the machine extra time to spin up.
wait-for-it -t 300 "$IP_V4_ADDRESS:22"
break
else
sleep 1
printf '.'
fi
done
}
function run_ddns {
# now that the VM has an IP, we can update the DNS record. TODO add additional DNS providers here; namecheap only atm.
DDNS_STRING="$VPS_HOSTNAME"
if [ "$VPS_HOSTNAME" = www ]; then
# next update our DDNS record. TODO enable local/remote name provider.
DDNS_STRING="@"
fi
# if the DNS record is incorrect, we run DDNS to get it corrected yo.
if "$(getent hosts "$FQDN" | awk '{ print $1 }')" != "$IP_V4_ADDRESS"; then
curl "https://dynamicdns.park-your-domain.com/update?host=$DDNS_STRING&domain=$DOMAIN_NAME&password=$DDNS_PASSWORD&ip=$IP_V4_ADDRESS"
DDNS_SLEEP_SECONDS=60
while true; do
# we test the www CNAME here so we can be assured the underlying has corrected.
if [[ "$(getent hosts "$FQDN" | awk '{ print $1 }')" == "$IP_V4_ADDRESS" ]]; then
echo ""
echo "SUCCESS: The DNS appears to be configured correctly."
echo "INFO: Waiting $DDNS_SLEEP_SECONDS seconds to allow stale DNS records to expire."
sleep "$DDNS_SLEEP_SECONDS";
break;
fi
printf "." && sleep 2;
done
fi
}
# create the default storage pool if necessary
if ! lxc storage list --format csv | grep -q default; then
if [ -n "$LXD_DISK_TO_USE" ]; then
lxc storage create default zfs source="$LXD_DISK_TO_USE" size="${ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB}GB"
else
lxc storage create default zfs size="${ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB}GB"
fi
fi
# If our template doesn't exist, we create one.
if ! lxc image list --format csv "$VM_NAME" | grep -q "$VM_NAME"; then
# If the lxc VM does exist, then we will delete it (so we can start fresh)
if lxc list -q --format csv | grep -q "$VM_NAME"; then
lxc delete "$VM_NAME" --force
# remove the ssh known endpoint else we get warnings.
ssh-keygen -f "$SSH_HOME/known_hosts" -R "$VM_NAME"
fi
# let's download our base image.
if ! lxc image list --format csv --columns l | grep -q "ubuntu-base"; then
# if the image doesn't exist, download it from Ubuntu's image server
# TODO see if we can fetch this file from a more censorship-resistant source, e.g., ipfs
# we don't really need to cache this locally since it gets continually updated upstream.
lxc image copy "images:$BASE_LXC_IMAGE" "$DEV_LXD_REMOTE": --alias "ubuntu-base" --public --vm
fi
lxc init \
--profile="$LXD_VM_NAME" \
"ubuntu-base" \
"$VM_NAME" --vm
# let's PIN the HW address for now so we don't exhaust IP
# and so we can set DNS internally.
lxc config set "$VM_NAME" "volatile.enp5s0.hwaddr=$MAC_ADDRESS_TO_PROVISION"
lxc start "$VM_NAME"
# let's wait a minimum of 15 seconds before we start checking for an IP address.
sleep 15
# let's wait for the LXC vm remote machine to get an IP address.
wait_for_lxc_ip "$VM_NAME"
# Let's remove any entry in our known_hosts, then add it back.
# we are using IP address here so we don't have to rely on external DNS
# configuration for the base image preparataion.
ssh-keygen -R "$IP_V4_ADDRESS"
ssh-keyscan -H -t ecdsa "$IP_V4_ADDRESS" >> "$SSH_HOME/known_hosts"
ssh "ubuntu@$IP_V4_ADDRESS" sudo chown -R ubuntu:ubuntu "$REMOTE_HOME"
# stop the VM and get a snapshot.
lxc stop "$VM_NAME"
lxc publish "$DEV_LXD_REMOTE:$VM_NAME" --alias "$VM_NAME" --public
lxc delete "$VM_NAME"
fi
# now let's create a new VM to work with.
lxc init --profile="$LXD_VM_NAME" "$VM_NAME" "$LXD_VM_NAME" --vm
# let's PIN the HW address for now so we don't exhaust IP
# and so we can set DNS internally.
lxc config set "$LXD_VM_NAME" "volatile.enp5s0.hwaddr=$MAC_ADDRESS_TO_PROVISION"
lxc config device override "$LXD_VM_NAME" root size="${ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB}GB"
lxc start "$LXD_VM_NAME"
wait_for_lxc_ip "$LXD_VM_NAME"
run_ddns
# remove any existing SSH identities for the host, then add it back.
ssh-keygen -R "$IP_V4_ADDRESS"

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#!/bin/bash
set -eux
cd "$(dirname "$0")"
if [ ! -f "$HOME/.aws/credentials" ]; then
# TODO write a credential file baseline
echo "ERROR: Please update your '$HOME/.aws/credentials' file before continuing."
mkdir -p "$HOME/.aws"
touch "$HOME/.aws/credentials"
# stub out a site_definition with new passwords.
cat >"$HOME/.aws/credentials" <<EOL
#!/bin/bash
# enter your AWS Access Key and Secret Access Key here.
export AWS_ACCESS_KEY=
export AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY=
EOL
exit 1
fi
source "$HOME/.aws/credentials"
if [ -z "$AWS_ACCESS_KEY" ]; then
echo "ERROR: AWS_ACCESS_KEY is not set."
exit 1
fi
if [ -z "$AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY" ]; then
echo "ERROR: AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY is not set."
exit 1
fi
# Note, we assume the script has already made sure the machine doesn't exist.
if [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = www ] || [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = certonly ]; then
# creates a public VM in AWS and provisions the bcm website.
docker-machine create --driver amazonec2 \
--amazonec2-open-port 80 \
--amazonec2-open-port 443 \
--amazonec2-open-port 8448 \
--amazonec2-access-key "$AWS_ACCESS_KEY" \
--amazonec2-secret-key "$AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY" \
--amazonec2-region "$AWS_REGION" \
--amazonec2-ami "$AWS_AMI_ID" \
--amazonec2-root-size "$ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB" \
--amazonec2-instance-type "$WWW_INSTANCE_TYPE" \
--engine-label tag="$LATEST_GIT_TAG" \
--engine-label commit="$LATEST_GIT_COMMIT" \
"$FQDN"
elif [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = btcpay ]; then
# creates a public VM in AWS and provisions the bcm website.
docker-machine create --driver amazonec2 \
--amazonec2-open-port 80 \
--amazonec2-open-port 443 \
--amazonec2-open-port 9735 \
--amazonec2-access-key "$AWS_ACCESS_KEY" \
--amazonec2-secret-key "$AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY" \
--amazonec2-region "$AWS_REGION" \
--amazonec2-ami "$AWS_AMI_ID" \
--amazonec2-root-size "$ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB" \
--amazonec2-instance-type "$BTCPAY_INSTANCE_TYPE" \
--engine-label tag="$LATEST_GIT_TAG" \
--engine-label commit="$LATEST_GIT_COMMIT" \
"$FQDN"
fi
docker-machine scp "$SITE_PATH/authorized_keys" "$FQDN:$REMOTE_HOME/authorized_keys"
docker-machine ssh "$FQDN" "cat $REMOTE_HOME/authorized_keys >> $REMOTE_HOME/.ssh/authorized_keys"
# we have to ensure ubuntu is able to do sudo less docker commands.
docker-machine ssh "$FQDN" sudo usermod -aG docker ubuntu
# we restart so dockerd starts with fresh group membership.
docker-machine ssh "$FQDN" sudo systemctl restart docker
# TODO INSTALL DOCKER COMPOSE
# let's wire up the DNS so subsequent ssh commands resolve to the VPS.
./run_ddns.sh
# remove the SSH hostname from known_hosts as we'll
# todo why do we need this again?
ssh-keygen -f "$SSH_HOME/known_hosts" -R "$FQDN"

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#!/bin/bash
set -exu
# this scripts ASSUMES services have already been taken down.
# first let's ask the user for the absolute path to the backup file that we want to restore.
FILE_PATH=
read -r -p "Please enter the absolute path of the backup file you want to restore: ": FILE_PATH
if [ -f "$FILE_PATH" ]; then
# then we grab a backup of the existing stuff BEFORE the restoration attempt
./backup_btcpay.sh "before-restore-$UNIX_BACKUP_TIMESTAMP"
echo "INFO: Restoring BTCPAY Server: $FILE_PATH"
ssh "$FQDN" mkdir -p "$REMOTE_BACKUP_PATH"
scp "$FILE_PATH" "$FQDN:$REMOTE_BACKUP_PATH/btcpay.tar.gz"
ssh "$FQDN" "cd /; sudo tar -xzvf $REMOTE_BACKUP_PATH/btcpay.tar.gz"
else
echo "ERROR: File does not exist."
exit 1
fi

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#!/bin/bash
set -exu
# first, this is a restore operation. We need to ask the administrator
# if they want to continue because it results in data loss.
# indeed, our first step is the delete the home directory on the remote server.
# delete the home directory so we know we are restoring all files from the duplicity archive.
ssh "$FQDN" sudo rm -rf "$REMOTE_HOME/*"
# scp our local backup directory to the remote machine
ssh "$FQDN" mkdir -p "$REMOTE_BACKUP_PATH"
# TODO instead of scp the files up there, lets' mount the local backup folder to a remote folder then just run a duplicity restore.
scp -r "$LOCAL_BACKUP_PATH/" "$FQDN:$REMOTE_HOME/backups/$APP_TO_DEPLOY"
# now we run duplicity to restore the archive.
ssh "$FQDN" sudo PASSPHRASE="$DUPLICITY_BACKUP_PASSPHRASE" duplicity --force restore "file://$REMOTE_BACKUP_PATH/" "$REMOTE_HOME/"

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#!/bin/bash
set -ex
# export BTCPAY_FASTSYNC_ARCHIVE_FILENAME="utxo-snapshot-bitcoin-testnet-1445586.tar"
# BTCPAY_REMOTE_RESTORE_PATH="/var/lib/docker/volumes/generated_bitcoin_datadir/_data"
# This is the config for a basic proxy to the listening port 127.0.0.1:2368
# It also supports modern TLS, so SSL certs must be available.
cat > "$SITE_PATH/btcpay.sh" <<EOL
#!/bin/bash
set -ex
# wait for cloud-init to complete yo
while [ ! -f /var/lib/cloud/instance/boot-finished ]; do
sleep 1
done
# get pre-reqs
apt-get update && apt-get install -y git wget
if [ -d "btcpayserver-docker" ] && [ "$EXISTING_BRANCH" != "master" ] && [ "$EXISTING_REMOTE" != "master" ]; then echo "existing btcpayserver-docker folder found that did not match our specified fork. Moving. (Current branch: $EXISTING_BRANCH, Current remote: $EXISTING_REMOTE)"; mv "btcpayserver-docker" "btcpayserver-docker_$(date +%s)"; fi
if [ -d "btcpayserver-docker" ] && [ "$EXISTING_BRANCH" == "master" ] && [ "$EXISTING_REMOTE" == "master" ]; then echo "existing btcpayserver-docker folder found, pulling instead of cloning."; git pull; fi
if [ ! -d "btcpayserver-docker" ]; then echo "cloning btcpayserver-docker"; git clone -b master https://github.com/btcpayserver/btcpayserver-docker btcpayserver-docker; fi
export BTCPAY_HOST="${FQDN}"
export NBITCOIN_NETWORK="${BTC_CHAIN}"
export LIGHTNING_ALIAS="${DOMAIN_NAME}"
export LETSENCRYPT_EMAIL="${CERTIFICATE_EMAIL_ADDRESS}"
export BTCPAYGEN_LIGHTNING="clightning"
export BTCPAYGEN_CRYPTO1="btc"
# opt-save-storage keeps 1 year of blocks (prunes to 100 GB)
# opt-add-btctransmuter adds transmuter software
#
export BTCPAYGEN_ADDITIONAL_FRAGMENTS="${BTCPAYGEN_ADDITIONAL_FRAGMENTS}"
export BTCPAY_ADDITIONAL_HOSTS="${BTCPAY_ADDITIONAL_HOSTNAMES}"
export BTCPAY_ENABLE_SSH=true
cd btcpayserver-docker
# run fast_sync if it's not been done before.
if [ ! -f /home/ubuntu/fast_sync_completed ]; then
cd ./contrib/FastSync
./load-utxo-set.sh
touch /home/ubuntu/fast_sync_completed
cd -
fi
# provision the btcpay server
. ./btcpay-setup.sh -i
EOL
# send the setup script to the remote machine.
scp "$SITE_PATH/btcpay.sh" "ubuntu@$FQDN:$REMOTE_HOME/btcpay_setup.sh"
ssh "$FQDN" "chmod 0744 $REMOTE_HOME/btcpay_setup.sh"
ssh "$FQDN" "sudo bash -c ./btcpay_setup.sh"

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#!/bin/bash
set -eux
DDNS_STRING=
# for the www stack, we register only the domain name so our URLs look like https://$DOMAIN_NAME
if [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = www ] || [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = certonly ]; then
DDNS_STRING="@"
else
DDNS_STRING="$DDNS_HOST"
fi
# wait for DNS to get setup. Pass in the IP address of the actual VPS.
MACHINE_IP="$(docker-machine ip "$FQDN")"
if [ "$VPS_HOSTING_TARGET" = aws ]; then
# wire DNS entries using namecheap DDNS API (via HTTPS rather than ddclient)
curl "https://dynamicdns.park-your-domain.com/update?host=$DDNS_STRING&domain=$DOMAIN_NAME&password=$DDNS_PASSWORD&ip=$MACHINE_IP"
#install dependencies.
docker-machine ssh "$FQDN" sudo apt-get -qq install -y wait-for-it git rsync duplicity sshfs
fi
DDNS_SLEEP_SECONDS=60
while true; do
# we test the www CNAME here so we can be assured the underlying has corrected.
if [[ "$(getent hosts "$FQDN" | awk '{ print $1 }')" == "$MACHINE_IP" ]]; then
echo ""
echo "SUCCESS: The DNS appears to be configured correctly."
echo "INFO: Waiting $DDNS_SLEEP_SECONDS seconds to allow stale DNS records to expire."
sleep "$DDNS_SLEEP_SECONDS";
break;
fi
printf "." && sleep 2;
done

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#!/bin/bash
set -eu
# check to see if the enf file exists. exist if not.
if [ ! -d "$SITE_PATH" ]; then
echo "ERROR: '$SITE_PATH' does not exist."
exit 1
fi
function new_pass {
apg -a 1 -M nc -n 3 -m 26 -E GHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ | head -n1 | awk '{print $1;}'
}
# check to see if the enf file exists. exist if not.
SITE_DEFINITION_PATH="$SITE_PATH/site_definition"
if [ ! -f "$SITE_DEFINITION_PATH" ]; then
echo "WARNING: '$SITE_DEFINITION_PATH' does not exist! We have stubbed one out for you, but you need to UPDATE IT!"
# stub out a site_definition with new passwords.
cat >"$SITE_DEFINITION_PATH" <<EOL
#!/bin/bash
export SITE_TITLE="Short Title of Project"
export DOMAIN_NAME="domain.tld"
export DDNS_PASSWORD=
export SMTP_PASSWORD=
# TODO VERIFY SECURE RNG
export GHOST_MYSQL_PASSWORD="$(new_pass)"
export GHOST_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD="$(new_pass)"
export NEXTCLOUD_MYSQL_PASSWORD="$(new_pass)"
export GITEA_MYSQL_PASSWORD="$(new_pass)"
export NEXTCLOUD_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD="$(new_pass)"
#export GITEA_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD="$(new_pass)"
export DUPLICITY_BACKUP_PASSPHRASE="$(new_pass)"
#export DEPLOY_WWW_SERVER=false
#export DEPLOY_BTCPAY_SERVER=false
#export DEPLOY_UMBREL_VPS=false
export DEPLOY_GHOST=true
export DEPLOY_NOSTR=false
export DEPLOY_NEXTCLOUD=true
export DEPLOY_ONION_SITE=false
export NOSTR_ACCOUNT_PUBKEY="CHANGE_ME"
# valid options: 'regtest' and 'mainnet'
#export BTC_CHAIN=regtest
#export WWW_INSTANCE_TYPE="t2.medium"
#export BTCPAY_ADDITIONAL_HOSTNAMES="pay.domain.tld"
EOL
chmod 0744 "$SITE_DEFINITION_PATH"
exit 1
fi
DOCKER_YAML_PATH="$SITE_PATH/appstack.yml"
export DOCKER_YAML_PATH="$DOCKER_YAML_PATH"
# TODO add file existence check
if [ ! -f "$SITE_PATH/site_definition" ]; then
echo "ERROR: site_definition does not exist."
exit 1
fi
# shellcheck disable=SC1090
source "$SITE_PATH/site_definition"
export REMOTE_HOME="/home/ubuntu"
BACKUP_TIMESTAMP="$(date +"%Y-%m")"
UNIX_BACKUP_TIMESTAMP="$(date +%s)"
export BACKUP_TIMESTAMP="$BACKUP_TIMESTAMP"
export UNIX_BACKUP_TIMESTAMP="$UNIX_BACKUP_TIMESTAMP"
REMOTE_BACKUP_PATH="$REMOTE_HOME/backups/$APP_TO_DEPLOY/$BACKUP_TIMESTAMP"
LOCAL_BACKUP_PATH="$SITE_PATH/backups/$APP_TO_DEPLOY/$BACKUP_TIMESTAMP"
export LOCAL_BACKUP_PATH="$LOCAL_BACKUP_PATH"
BACKUP_PATH_CREATED=false
if [ ! -d "$LOCAL_BACKUP_PATH" ]; then
mkdir -p "$LOCAL_BACKUP_PATH"
BACKUP_PATH_CREATED=true
fi
export BACKUP_PATH_CREATED="$BACKUP_PATH_CREATED"
mkdir -p "$SSHFS_PATH"
# VALIDATE THE INPUT from the ENVFILE
if [ -z "$DOMAIN_NAME" ]; then
echo "ERROR: DOMAIN_NAME not specified. Use the --domain-name= option."
exit 1
fi
# TODO, ensure VPS_HOSTING_TARGET is in range.
export NEXTCLOUD_FQDN="$NEXTCLOUD_HOSTNAME.$DOMAIN_NAME"
export GITEA_FQDN="$GITEA_HOSTNAME.$DOMAIN_NAME"
export NOSTR_FQDN="$NOSTR_HOSTNAME.$DOMAIN_NAME"
export ADMIN_ACCOUNT_USERNAME="info"
export CERTIFICATE_EMAIL_ADDRESS="$ADMIN_ACCOUNT_USERNAME@$DOMAIN_NAME"
export MAIL_FROM="$SITE_TITLE <$CERTIFICATE_EMAIL_ADDRESS>"
export REMOTE_CERT_BASE_DIR="$REMOTE_HOME/.certs"
export REMOTE_CERT_DIR="$REMOTE_CERT_BASE_DIR/$FQDN"
touch "$SITE_PATH/debug.log"
export SMTP_LOGIN="www@mail.$DOMAIN_NAME"
export VM_NAME="sovereign-stack-base"
export REMOTE_NEXTCLOUD_PATH="$REMOTE_HOME/nextcloud"
export REMOTE_GITEA_PATH="$REMOTE_HOME/gitea"
# this space is for OS, docker images, etc. DOES NOT INCLUDE USER DATA.
export ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB=20
DDNS_HOST=
if [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = www ]; then
DDNS_HOST="$WWW_HOSTNAME"
ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB=$((ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB + NEXTCLOUD_SPACE_GB))
elif [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = btcpay ]; then
DDNS_HOST="$BTCPAY_HOSTNAME"
if [ "$BTC_CHAIN" = mainnet ]; then
ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB=150
elif [ "$BTC_CHAIN" = testnet ]; then
ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB=40
fi
elif [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = umbrel ]; then
DDNS_HOST="$UMBREL_HOSTNAME"
if [ "$BTC_CHAIN" = mainnet ]; then
ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB=1000
elif [ "$BTC_CHAIN" = testnet ]; then
ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB=70
fi
elif [ "$APP_TO_DEPLOY" = certonly ]; then
DDNS_HOST="$WWW_HOSTNAME"
ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB=8
else
echo "ERROR: APP_TO_DEPLOY not within allowable bounds."
exit
fi
# we use this in other subshells.
export APP_TO_DEPLOY="$APP_TO_DEPLOY"
export DDNS_HOST="$DDNS_HOST"
export FQDN="$DDNS_HOST.$DOMAIN_NAME"
export LXD_VM_NAME="${FQDN//./-}"
export BTC_CHAIN="$BTC_CHAIN"
export ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB=$ROOT_DISK_SIZE_GB
export WWW_INSTANCE_TYPE="$WWW_INSTANCE_TYPE"
export REMOTE_BACKUP_PATH="$REMOTE_BACKUP_PATH"
export BTCPAY_ADDITIONAL_HOSTNAMES="$BTCPAY_ADDITIONAL_HOSTNAMES"
if [ "$DEPLOY_GHOST" = true ]; then
if [ -z "$GHOST_MYSQL_PASSWORD" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure GHOST_MYSQL_PASSWORD is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
if [ -z "$GHOST_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure GHOST_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
fi
if [ "$DEPLOY_GITEA" = true ]; then
if [ -z "$GITEA_MYSQL_PASSWORD" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure GITEA_MYSQL_PASSWORD is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
if [ -z "$GITEA_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure GITEA_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
fi
if [ "$DEPLOY_NEXTCLOUD" = true ]; then
if [ -z "$NEXTCLOUD_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure NEXTCLOUD_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
if [ -z "$NEXTCLOUD_MYSQL_PASSWORD" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure NEXTCLOUD_MYSQL_PASSWORD is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
fi
if [ "$DEPLOY_NOSTR" = true ]; then
if [ -z "$NOSTR_ACCOUNT_PUBKEY" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure NOSTR_ACCOUNT_PUBKEY is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
if [ -z "$NOSTR_ACCOUNT_PUBKEY" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure NOSTR_ACCOUNT_PUBKEY is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
fi
if [ -z "$DUPLICITY_BACKUP_PASSPHRASE" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure DUPLICITY_BACKUP_PASSPHRASE is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
if [ -z "$SMTP_PASSWORD" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure SMTP_PASSWORD is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
if [ -z "$DDNS_PASSWORD" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure DDNS_PASSWORD is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
if [ -z "$DOMAIN_NAME" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure DOMAIN_NAME is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
if [ -z "$SITE_TITLE" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure SITE_TITLE is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
if [ -z "$DEPLOY_BTCPPAY_SERVER" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure DEPLOY_BTCPPAY_SERVER is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
if [ -z "$DEPLOY_UMBREL_VPS" ]; then
echo "ERROR: Ensure DEPLOY_UMBREL_VPS is configured in your site_definition."
exit 1
fi
if [ -z "$NOSTR_ACCOUNT_PUBKEY" ]; then
echo "ERROR: You MUST specify a Nostr public key. This is how you get all your social features."
echo "INFO: Go to your site_definition file and set the NOSTR_ACCOUNT_PUBKEY variable."
exit 1
fi

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#!/bin/bash
set -exu
cd "$(dirname "$0")"
if [ "$DEPLOY_ONION_SITE" = true ]; then
if [ -z "$ONION_ADDRESS" ]; then
echo "ERROR: ONION_ADDRESS is not defined."
exit 1
fi
fi
# here's the NGINX config. We support ghost and nextcloud.
echo "" > "$DOCKER_YAML_PATH"
cat >>"$DOCKER_YAML_PATH" <<EOL
version: "3.8"
services:
EOL
# This is the ghost for HTTPS (not over Tor)
cat >>"$DOCKER_YAML_PATH" <<EOL
ghost:
image: ${GHOST_IMAGE}
networks:
- ghost-net
- ghostdb-net
volumes:
- ${REMOTE_HOME}/ghost_site:/var/lib/ghost/content
environment:
- url=https://${FQDN}
- mail__from="${MAIL_FROM}"
- mail__options__service=SMTP
- mail__transport=SMTP
- mail__options__host=${SMTP_SERVER}
- mail__options__port=${SMTP_PORT}
- mail__options__auth__user=${SMTP_LOGIN}
- mail__options__auth__pass=\${SMTP_PASSWORD}
- database__client=mysql
- database__connection__host=ghostdb
- database__connection__user=ghost
- database__connection__password=\${GHOST_MYSQL_PASSWORD}
- database__connection__database=ghost
- database__pool__min=0
- privacy__useStructuredData=true
deploy:
restart_policy:
condition: on-failure
ghostdb:
image: ${GHOST_DB_IMAGE}
networks:
- ghostdb-net
volumes:
- ${REMOTE_HOME}/ghost_db:/var/lib/mysql
environment:
- MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD=\${GHOST_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD}
- MYSQL_DATABASE=ghost
- MYSQL_USER=ghost
- MYSQL_PASSWORD=\${GHOST_MYSQL_PASSWORD}
deploy:
restart_policy:
condition: on-failure
EOL
if [ "$DEPLOY_NEXTCLOUD" = true ]; then
cat >>"$DOCKER_YAML_PATH" <<EOL
nextcloud-db:
image: ${NEXTCLOUD_DB_IMAGE}
command: --transaction-isolation=READ-COMMITTED --binlog-format=ROW --innodb_read_only_compressed=OFF
networks:
- nextclouddb-net
volumes:
- ${REMOTE_HOME}/nextcloud/db/data:/var/lib/mysql
environment:
- MARIADB_ROOT_PASSWORD=\${NEXTCLOUD_MYSQL_ROOT_PASSWORD}
- MYSQL_PASSWORD=\${NEXTCLOUD_MYSQL_PASSWORD}
- MYSQL_DATABASE=nextcloud
- MYSQL_USER=nextcloud
deploy:
restart_policy:
condition: on-failure
nextcloud:
image: ${NEXTCLOUD_IMAGE}
networks:
- nextclouddb-net
- nextcloud-net
volumes:
- ${REMOTE_HOME}/nextcloud/html:/var/www/html
environment:
- MYSQL_PASSWORD=\${NEXTCLOUD_MYSQL_PASSWORD}
- MYSQL_DATABASE=nextcloud
- MYSQL_USER=nextcloud
- MYSQL_HOST=nextcloud-db
- NEXTCLOUD_TRUSTED_DOMAINS=${DOMAIN_NAME}
- OVERWRITEHOST=${NEXTCLOUD_FQDN}
- OVERWRITEPROTOCOL=https
- SERVERNAME=${NEXTCLOUD_FQDN}
deploy:
restart_policy:
condition: on-failure