Magento specific tasks for Capistrano 3 deployment
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Capistrano::Magento

Magento specific tasks and defaults for Capistrano 3 deployment.

Installation

$ gem install capistrano-magento

Usage

First install Capistrano into your Magneto project, this will create some new files and directories.

$ cd /my/magento/project
$ cap install

Now update your Capfile:

# Capfile
require 'capistrano/magento'

A number of defaults have been set on the following options, you can of course override these with your own values:

# config/deploy.rb
set :linked_dirs,  [ "var", "media", "sitemaps" ]
set :linked_files, [ "app/etc/local.xml" ]

Configure your stages, check out the getting started guide for Capistrano

$ tree config/deploy
config/deploy
├── production.rb
└── staging.rb

These are the available Magento specific tasks, most of these are shortcuts to the shell commands already available in Magento:

$ cap -T
...
cap magento:cache:clear            # Clear the Magento Cache
cap magento:cache:flush            # Flush the Magento Cache
cap magento:cache:clean_merged_js_css # Clear the Magento Cache
cap magento:cache:clean_page_cache    # Clear the Magento Cache
cap magento:compiler:clear         # Disable compiler include path and remove compiled files
cap magento:compiler:compile       # Run compilation process and enable compiler include path
cap magento:compiler:disable       # Disable compiler include path
cap magento:compiler:enable        # Enable compiler include path
cap magento:indexer:reindexall     # Reindex data by all indexers
cap magento:logs:clean             # Clean logs
cap magento:maintenance:off        # Turn off maintenance mode by removing maintenance.flag file
cap magento:maintenance:on         # Turn on maintenance mode by creating maintenance.flag file

Run them in the standard Capistrano way, for example

$ cap production magento:maintenance:on

Checkout the Capistrano documentation and Readme for more information about setting up deployment.

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request