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# Main Configs #
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url: ""
title: "Deploying Rails"
subtitle: "Automate, Deploy, Scale, Maintain, and Sleep at Night"
author: "Tom Copeland & Tony Burns"
simple_search: ""
description: "Today’s modern Rails applications have lots of moving parts. Make sure your next production deployment goes smoothly with this hands-on book, which guides you through the entire production process. You’ll set up scripts to install and configure all the software your servers need, including your application code. Once you’re in production, you’ll learn how to set up systems to monitor your application’s health, gather metrics so you can stop problems before they start, and fix things when they go wrong."
# Default date format is "ordinal" (resulting in "July 22nd 2007")
# You can customize the format as defined in
# Additionally, %o will give you the ordinal representation of the day
date_format: "ordinal"
# RSS / Email (optional) subscription links (change if using something like Feedburner)
subscribe_rss: /atom.xml
# RSS feeds can list your email address if you like
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# Jekyll & Plugins #
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# If publishing to a subdirectory as in set 'root: /project'
root: /
permalink: /blog/:year/:month/:day/:title/
source: source
destination: public
plugins: plugins
code_dir: downloads/code
category_dir: blog/categories
markdown: rdiscount
pygments: false # default python pygments have been replaced by pygments.rb
paginate: 10 # Posts per page on the blog index
pagination_dir: blog # Directory base for pagination URLs eg. /blog/page/2/
recent_posts: 5 # Posts in the sidebar Recent Posts section
excerpt_link: "Read on →" # "Continue reading" link text at the bottom of excerpted articles
titlecase: true # Converts page and post titles to titlecase
# list each of the sidebar modules you want to include, in the order you want them to appear.
# To add custom asides, create files in /source/_includes/custom/asides/ and add them to the list like 'custom/asides/custom_aside_name.html'
default_asides: [asides/recent_posts.html, asides/pragprog.html, asides/github.html, asides/twitter.html, asides/googleplus.html]
# Each layout uses the default asides, but they can have their own asides instead. Simply uncomment the lines below
# and add an array with the asides you want to use.
# blog_index_asides:
# post_asides:
# page_asides:
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# 3rd Party Settings #
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# Github repositories
github_user: deployingrails
github_repo_count: 5
github_show_profile_link: true
github_skip_forks: true
# Twitter
twitter_user: deployingrails
twitter_tweet_count: 4
twitter_show_replies: false
twitter_follow_button: true
twitter_show_follower_count: false
twitter_tweet_button: true
# Google +1
google_plus_one: false
google_plus_one_size: medium
# Google Plus Profile
# Hidden: No visible button, just add author information to search results
googleplus_hidden: false
# Disqus Comments
disqus_short_name: deployingrails
disqus_show_comment_count: false
# Google Analytics
# Facebook Like
facebook_like: false
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