Gitlab+maven+jenkins integrated release micro project (test environment)

Posted by pvolpe1 on Tue, 08 Mar 2022 01:06:45 +0100

1, Premise:
Prepare three servers:
1.Gitlab: IP
2.Jenkins+maven: IP
3.Tomcat: IP

Three servers turn off the firewall:

systemctl stop filewalld
setenforce 0

2, Gitlab installation
1. Deploy docker
(1) Install docker using yum or up2date

yum -y install docker

(2) Start docker

systemctl start docker

2. Install Gitlab
(1) Upload the gitlab compressed package, decompress and import the prepared gitlab image

tar zxf gitlab.tar.gz
docker load -i gitlab.tar

(2) Create gitlab container

docker images

docker run --name gitlab -d -p 80:80 -h twang2218/gitlab-ce-zh

(4) Access Gitlab interface

(5) Create a project

(6) Create an empty project file on the windows desktop

(7) Execute Git Bash Here in the folder

(8) The environment is built and copied in for testing

(9) After refreshing the page, you will see a file

(10) Add the prepared small project to the maven folder under the project

(11) Upload files to Gitlab using Git Bash Here

(12) A folder will be displayed in the refresh interface

3, Install Tomcat display interface
(1) Upload Tomcat+jdk installation package and install jdk

(2) Unzip tomcat and rename it to / opt as / tomcat

tar zxf apache-tomcat-8.5.35.tar.gz
mv apache-tomcat-8.5.35 /opt/tomcat

(3) Start tomcat

4, Installation of majdins + 168.jenk + 192.jenk

1. Install git plug-in

(1) Download git plug-in source package
Here I download git-2.12.0 tar. GZ version
(2) Install dependent packages

yum -y install curl-devel expat-devel gettext-devel openssl-devel zlib-devel gcc perl-ExtUtils-MakeMaker openssh-clients

(3) Unzip the git compressed package and enter the compressed package directory

tar zxf git-2.12.0.tar.gz && cd git-2.12.0/

(4) Compile and install, and specify the installation directory

./configure prefix=/usr/local/git && make && make install

(5) Configure environment variables

vim /etc/profile

Last line addition

export PATH=/usr/local/git/bin:$PATH

(6) Refresh environment variables

source /etc/profile

2. Install jdk
(1) Upload and install jdk. Here I use rpm package

rpm -ivh jdk-8u131-linux-x64_.rpm

3. Install maven
(1) Download maven package
Here is apache-maven-3.5.4-bin tar. GZ version
(2) Unzip the tar package and specify to unzip it to / usr/local /

tar zxf apache-maven-3.5.4-bin.tar.gz -C /usr/local/

(3) The configuration environment variable is added at the end

vim /etc/profile

export MVN_HOME=/usr/local/apache-maven-3.5.4/
export MVN=$MVN_HOME/bin
export PATH=$MVN:$PATH

(4) Refresh environment variables

source /etc/profile

(5) View mvn version

mvn -v

4. Install jenkins
(1) Upload jenkins rpm package and install it

rpm -ivh jenkins-2.263.1-1.1.noarch.rpm

(2) Start jenkins

systemctl start jenkins

(3) Access jenkins interface

(4) Paste the found password into the input line

(5) You can choose to install plug-ins or not. I choose none.

(6) Create a user

(7) Install the Chinese plug-in first

(8) Install maven, ssh and git plug-ins

(9) Set the execution location of maven, jdk and git

(10) Add ssh

(11) Add an ssh server at the bottom of the configuration interface

(12) Build maven based projects

(13) Add the operation after successful construction at the bottom

Here, the directory of the opposite end of the push will be changed to / opt/tomcat/webapps later
(14) Enter project execution

The first build takes a relatively long time and needs to wait a while.
(15) Check that the Tomcat display end project has appeared

If not, you can manually


wartestone-2.4.3 under / opt/tomcat/webapps

(16) (20) access tomcat end

The End~

Topics: GitLab jenkins Maven Tomcat