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application_ruby (18) Versions 4.0.1

A Chef cookbook for deploying application code.

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Application_Ruby Cookbook

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A Chef cookbook to deploy Ruby applications.

Quick Start

To deploy a Rails application from git:

application '/srv/myapp' do
  git 'https://github.com/example/myapp.git'
  bundle_install do
    deployment true
    without %w{development test}
  end
  rails do
    database 'sqlite3:///db.sqlite3'
    secret_token 'd78fe08df56c9'
    migrate true
  end
  unicorn do
    port 8000
  end
end

Requirements

Chef 12 or newer is required.

Resources

application_bundle_install

The application_bundle_install resource installs gems using Bundler for a deployment.

application '/srv/myapp' do
  bundle_install do
    deployment true
    without %w{development test}
  end
end

All actions and properties are the same as the bundle_install resource.

application_rackup

The application_rackup resource creates a service for rackup.

application '/srv/myapp' do
  rackup do
    port 8000
  end
end

Actions

  • :enable – Create, enable and start the service. (default)
  • :disable – Stop, disable, and destroy the service.
  • :start – Start the service.
  • :stop – Stop the service.
  • :restart – Stop and then start the service.
  • :reload – Send the configured reload signal to the service.

Properties

  • path – Base path for the application. (name attribute)
  • port – Port to listen on. (default: 80)
  • service_name – Name of the service to create. (default: auto-detect) # user – User to run the service as. (default: application owner)

application_rails

The application_rails resource

application '/srv/myapp' do
  rails do
    database 'sqlite3:///db.sqlite3'
    secret_token 'd78fe08df56c9'
    migrate true
  end
end

Actions

  • :deploy – Create config files and run required deployments steps. (default)

Properties

  • path – Base path for the application. (name attribute)
  • database – Database settings for Rails. See the database section below for more information. (option collector)
  • migrate – Run database migrations. (default: false)
  • precompile_assets – Run rake assets:precompile. *(default: auto-detect)()
  • rails_env – Rails environment name. (default: node.chef_environment)
  • secret_token – Secret token for Rails session verification et al.
  • secrets_mode – Secrets configuration mode. Set to :yaml to generate a Rails 4.2 secrets.yml. Set to :initializer to update config/initializers/secret_token.rb. (default: auto-detect)

NOTE: At this time secrets_mode :initializer is not implemented.

Database Parameters

The database parameters can be set in three ways: URL, hash, and block.

If you have a single URL for the parameters, you can pass it directly to database:

rails do
  database 'mysql2://myuser@dbhost/myapp'
end

Passing a single URL will also set the $DATABASE_URL environment variable automatically for compatibility with Heroku-based applications.

As with other option collector resources, you can pass individual settings as either a hash or block:

rails do
  database do
    adapter 'mysql2'
    username 'myuser'
    host 'dbhost'
    database 'myapp'
  end
end

rails do
  database({
    adapter: 'mysql2',
    username: 'myuser',
    host: 'dbhost',
    database: 'myapp',
  })
end

application_ruby

The application_ruby resource installs a Ruby runtime for the deployment.

application '/srv/myapp' do
  ruby '2.2'
end

All actions and properties are the same as the ruby_runtime resource.

application_ruby_gem

The application_ruby_gem resource installs Ruby gems for the deployment.

application '/srv/myapp' do
  ruby_gem 'rake'
end

All actions and properties are the same as the ruby_gem resource.

application_ruby_execute

The application_ruby_execute resource runs Ruby commands for the deployment.

application '/srv/myapp' do
  ruby_execute 'rake'
end

All actions and properties are the same as the ruby_execute resource, except that the cwd, environment, group, and user properties default to the application-level data if not specified.

application_thin

The application_thin resource creates a service for thin.

application '/srv/myapp' do
  thin do
    port 8000
  end
end

Actions

  • :enable – Create, enable and start the service. (default)
  • :disable – Stop, disable, and destroy the service.
  • :start – Start the service.
  • :stop – Stop the service.
  • :restart – Stop and then start the service.
  • :reload – Send the configured reload signal to the service.

Properties

  • path – Base path for the application. (name attribute)
  • config_path – Path to a Thin configuration file.
  • port – Port to listen on. (default: 80)
  • service_name – Name of the service to create. (default: auto-detect) # user – User to run the service as. (default: application owner)

application_unicorn

The application_unicorn resource creates a service for unicorn.

application '/srv/myapp' do
  unicorn do
    port 8000
  end
end

Actions

  • :enable – Create, enable and start the service. (default)
  • :disable – Stop, disable, and destroy the service.
  • :start – Start the service.
  • :stop – Stop the service.
  • :restart – Stop and then start the service.
  • :reload – Send the configured reload signal to the service.

Properties

  • path – Base path for the application. (name attribute)
  • port – Port to listen on. (default: 80)
  • service_name – Name of the service to create. (default: auto-detect) # user – User to run the service as. (default: application owner)

Sponsors

Development sponsored by Chef Software, Symonds & Son, and Orion.

The Poise test server infrastructure is sponsored by Rackspace.

License

Copyright 2015, Noah Kantrowitz

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

Application_Ruby Changelog

v4.0.1

  • Correct gem_binary results for application_ruby.

v4.0.0

  • Massive rewrite on top of newer Chef patterns. See the 4.0 README for details.

v3.0.2

  • No changes, bumping version to get bits in various places in sync.

v3.0.0

  • Major version bump. Breaking backwards compatibility with Chef 10.

v2.2.0

  • COOK-3895 - application_ruby use_omnibus_ruby attr needs to default to false.
  • COOK-3894 - application_ruby cookbook needs version bump to pick up application v4.0 cookbook.
  • COOK-2079 - Attempting to touch restart.txt should not cause a chef-client run to fail.

v2.1.4

  • COOK-3625 - Fix an issue where unicorn fails when node does not provide cpu count.

v2.1.2

  • COOK-3616 - Simplify log symlinking for rails apps.

v2.1.0

  • COOK-3367 - Support more of unicorn's configuration.
  • COOK-3124 - Add memcached_template attribute to so alternative templates may be used.

v2.0.0

Bug

  • [COOK-3306]: Multiple Memory Leaks in Application Cookbook.
  • [COOK-3219]: application_ruby cookbook bundle install in 1.9.3-based omnibus installs 1.9.x gems into ruby 2.0 apps.

v1.1.4

  • [COOK-2806]: Including passenger_apache2::mod_rails does not enable passenger.

v1.1.2

  • [COOK-2638]: cookbook attribute is not treated as a string when specifying database_yml_template.
  • [COOK-2525]: application_ruby: split runit template into multiple lines.

v1.1.0

  • [COOK-2362] - application_ruby unicorn uses run_restart.
  • [COOK-2363] - application_ruby unicorn should set log_template_name and run_template_name.

v1.0.10

  • [COOK-2260] - pin runit version.

v1.0.8

  • [COOK-2159] - cookbook attribute is not treated as a string.

v1.0.6

  • [COOK-1481] - unicorn provider in application_ruby cookbook should run its restart command as root.

v1.0.4

  • [COOK-1572] - allow specification of 'bundle' command via attribute.

v1.0.2

  • [COOK-1360] - fix typo in README.
  • [COOK-1374] - use runit attribute in unicorn run script.
  • [COOK-1408] - use user and group from parent resource for runit service.

v1.0.0

  • [COOK-1247] - Initial release - relates to COOK-634.
  • [COOK-1248] - special cases memcached.
  • [COOK-1258] - Precompile assets for Rails 3.
  • [COOK-1297] - Unicorn sub-resource should allow strings for 'port' attribute.

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