I'm using solid_assert.gem. Only use that to check if things have done what they were supposed to, don't try to fix anything inside of asserts, just assert that it isn't right.
To try to repair anything wacky in the database, use `cap production db_fixup`.
Development: Run this on your own box. sqlite.
Staging: Meant to be run in same setup as production, so you can test deployment. Postgres.
Using postgresql for staging and production.
NOTE: Before doing bundle install, do:
gem install pg – –with-pg-config=/Library/PostgreSQL/9.1/bin/pg_config
-Create the “Role” (aka user):
# createuser -d -R -P will create a user that can create a db (-d), can't create role (-R), and prompt for password(-P)
sudo -u postgres createuser -d -R -P USERNAME
-Enter and confirm a password for the new user
-Put the password in a file in “deploy” user's home directory, as named in database.yml. (E.g. '.u8this'.)
`chown deploy:deploy` that file, and `chmod 600` it.
-Create the db:
# createdb -O will create a db with the specified owner (-O)
sudo -u postgres createdb -O USERNAME DBNAME