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symfony_project (3) Versions 0.0.4

Cookbook for deploying Symfony2 projects.

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cookbook 'symfony_project', '~> 0.0.4'
cookbook 'symfony_project', '~> 0.0.4', :supermarket
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Description

This cookbook provides an easy way to deploy a Symfony2 application, as well as run console commands on it.

Requirements

This does not have any hard dependencies on other cookbooks. However you would obviously need the version of PHP you need to run the Symfony application, and of course Composer. You have the choice of which cookbooks you want to use to have this ready on your nodes.

Platforms:

  • Tested on Ubuntu/Debian only, but the deploy actions should work with any platform. However, there is no provider to handle :set_permissions on Windows at the moment.

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Resources / Providers

symfony_project

This resource simply extends the built-in deploy resource, but provides sensible defaults that are relevant to most Symfony projects. For example, symlinks are automatically created for app/logs, app/cache, and vendor into the shared folder so that they persist between deploys. web/media/uploads is also automatically symlinked. You can override these links by specifying the shared_dirs option in the resource.

Actions

  • All actions supported by the deploy resource.
  • :set_permissions - Sets the permissions of app/logs, app/cache, and other shared folders you specify.

Examples

#Deploy a Symfony project
symfony_project "/path/to/project" do
    repo 'git@github.com:foo_organization/bar_application.git'
    revision 'v1.2'
    git_ssh_wrapper '/tmp/ssh-wrapper.sh'
    action [:deploy, :set_permissions]
end

Options

All options for the deploy resource is applicable here. However here are additional options that are symfony_project-specific:

Option Default Description
shared_dirs {'logs' => 'app/logs','cache' => 'app/cache','uploads' => 'web/media/uploads','vendor' => 'vendor'} The directories to create under the shared directory and symlinked into every deployment.
permission_provider Chef::Provider::SymfonyPermission::Setfacl The provider that handles the setting of the appropriate permissions on the shared directories, most notably app/logs and app/cache. Only relevant on :set_permissions. You can also substitute this for Chef::Provider::SymfonyPermission::Chmod if your nodes support the chmod +a flag.
web_user "www-data" The user to whom permission will be granted. Only relevant on :set_permissions

License and Authors

Author: Bez Hermoso bez@activelamp.com

Author: ActiveLAMP

Copyright: 2012-2014, ActiveLAMP

Apache 2.0 License

Dependent cookbooks

activelamp_composer ~> 0.0.1

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