Ansible Phoenix Build
This sample repo is configured for production-ready build and deploy cycle. It contains an ansible setup that will maintain docker image, build phoenix app in docker image, and do automated versioned releases on your production server.
A set of binaries have been added to the
|Command||What it does|
||Builds and pushes the docker container used for building the Phoenix app.|
||Builds a release of the app.|
||Prepare the docker container for deploy. This is only necessary for contained test of this repo.|
||Deploys a release of the app (to the docker image).|
.ansible/.vault_pass.txt needs the following content for you to be able to run builds (this is obviously just for demo data):
ciloPBJybrzq51S7Sl3c0t6MjAAQhKn/FXJBRP3JM1YL9VSlTvcwP4GJa82ip83Q s2uJGdPt9Edt4kqQa9PCEDz8ab2uJ3CMfuLw6BWiQmbiaDRNKZFs7P6i4/5txpcz ppGE/IZaX4sdwM+DFyXnHfzLDRxmEmf7Jmlhcb1icqc3jbsvHQwKe0L+Sk2qyTs4 MZHca7cTI+247BrWuGqKMsxnpSHB8zuHCGqCAkwM1rSa9VQDbvSS9hH+TEg2ciXR DWSrmiR3A3wdMsmdg/JxyOi2I4JAVp7mWkgH4clxVYlVru+nmVW9/14fv7kJnhxj 1cHUCAcGkDvbmP7ECqau9vlbhDBLCczbUDR4yY4Cw9zhJK5oJAZHIA==
Run build locally
You can run the build locally by doing the following:
docker attach ansible_phoenix_build_build_server cd build/_build/prod/rel/ansible_phoenix_build bin/ansible_phoenix_build foreground
Note that you'll need a database server to connect to. The fastest way if you're using postgres is to just run
sh bin/prepare-deploy-docker to prepare the docker container with a postgres server and database.
Deploy to remote server
I recommend you to follow the blog post guide but you will be able to use this repo to deploy to a remote server.
- Search and replace
example.comwith your actual host name (both file name, and in files)
- Set up a
deployuser on your remote host
- Create the deploy directory with
mkdir -p /u/apps/ansible_phoenix_build/releases
- Make the directory writeable for the deploy user with:
chown -R deploy /u/apps/ansible_phoenix_build
deployuser to run
sudo /bin/systemctl restart ansible_phoenix_build.
- Add the following systemd configuration to
[Unit] Description=Server for ansible_phoenix_build Wants=postgres.service After=postgres.service After=syslog.target After=network.target [Service] Type=simple User=deploy Group=deploy WorkingDirectory=/u/apps/ansible_phoenix_build/current ExecStart=/u/apps/ansible_phoenix_build/current/bin/ansible_phoenix_build foreground KillMode=process Restart=on-failure SuccessExitStatus=143 TimeoutSec=10 RestartSec=5 SyslogIdentifier=ansible_phoenix_build [Install] WantedBy=multi-user.target
You'll be able to deploy to your remote server now!
To use the
bin/deploy command, remove the
- Local deploys goes to the docker container
- CI deploys goes to localhost
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