cookbook 'deploy_s3', '= 1.3.0', :supermarket
deploy_s3 (3) Versions 1.3.0 Follow5
Provides a resource for downloading build packages and deploying them onto a server
cookbook 'deploy_s3', '= 1.3.0'
knife supermarket install deploy_s3
knife supermarket download deploy_s3
Somewhat similar to the Opscode deploy resource, but rather than hooking up to a source code repository, it downloads complete build packages from a specific Amazon S3 bucket. The cookbook itself doesn't do much, besides providing an "s3_deploy" resource that takes care of the above.
Needs the "s3cmd" cookbook to work. Tested on Ubuntu 11.10 and 12.04, but it should work on any platform that supports symlinks.
['deploy_s3']['bucket'] = The name of the bucket containing the releases ['deploy_s3']['deploy_root'] = The location where the app will be deployed on disk - defaults to "/home/web"
Best to explain by example:
Let's assume we have an application called "myapp", and we want to deploy the build "v1.2" on our server. We set the "bucket" attribute to "app-releases", and leave "deploy_root" as the default.
First, we need to store the build in the "app-releases" S3 bucket. The build should be a single folder named after the release name ("v1.2" in our case), which is then compressed with Tar/Gz. So for our example, the package would be "v1.2.tar.gz" which contains the folder "v1.2".
This folder is then uploaded into S3, inside a folder named after the app: "myapp/v1.2.tar.gz"
Then we'd put the following in our recipe
deploy_s3 "myapp" do build "v1.2" action :create end
and the resource will do the following:
- Create the folder "/home/web/myapp" if it's not already there
- Create the folder "/home/web/myapp/releases" if it's not already there
- Attempt to download the object "myapp/v1.2.tar.gz" from the "app-releases" bucket, into "/home/web/myapp/releases"
- Unzip the package
- Symlink the package to "/home/web/latest"
Please refer to the Readme here
License and Author
Author:: Adam Borocz (on GitHub)
Copyright:: 2013, HipSnip Ltd.
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|hipsnip-s3cmd >= 0.0.0|
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