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@@ -22,9 +22,9 @@ GEM
github-markup (0.5.3)
gollum (1.3.0)
albino (~> 1.3.2)
- github-markup (< 1.0.0, >= 0.4.0)
+ github-markup (>= 0.4.0, < 1.0.0)
grit (~> 2.4.1)
- mustache (< 1.0.0, >= 0.11.2)
+ mustache (>= 0.11.2, < 1.0.0)
nokogiri (~> 1.4)
sanitize (~> 2.0.0)
sinatra (~> 1.0)
@@ -56,7 +56,7 @@ GEM
rest-client (1.6.7)
mime-types (>= 1.16)
sanitize (2.0.3)
- nokogiri (< 1.6, >= 1.4.4)
+ nokogiri (>= 1.4.4, < 1.6)
sinatra (1.3.1)
rack (~> 1.3, >= 1.3.4)
rack-protection (~> 1.1, >= 1.1.2)
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@@ -3,7 +3,7 @@
Engine Yard is a Ruby on Rails Platform as a Service that provides the ability to scale from hundreds of users to millions. We are a pioneer in automated Rails application deployment and management in the cloud. We've been a part of the Ruby community for a long time and have contributed to Ruby on Rails, JRuby, Rubinius, and fog.
## In Depth On
-* [[Engine Yard Cloud Platform|appcloud-intro]]
+* [[Engine Yard Cloud Platform|cloud-intro]]
* [[Quick Start to Deploying|getting-started-intro]]
* [[Deployment|deployment-intro]]
* [[Managing Applications: Environments, Instances, IP Addresses, and Secure Shells|manage-app-intro]]
@@ -20,17 +20,17 @@ Engine Yard is a Ruby on Rails Platform as a Service that provides the ability t
<h2>Updated documentation</h2>
<ul>
<li>
- <h3>[[Engine Yard Cloud updates October 2011|appcloud-updates-october-2011]]</h3>
+ <h3>[[Engine Yard Cloud updates October 2011|cloud-updates-october-2011]]</h3>
</li>
<li>
- <h3>[[Using Rubinius with Engine Yard Cloud|using-rubinius-on-appcloud]]</h3>
+ <h3>[[Using Rubinius with Engine Yard Cloud|using-rubinius-on-cloud]]</h3>
</li>
<li>
<h3>[[Customize Unicorn|customize-unicorn]]</h3>
</li>
<li>
- <h3>[[Using deploy hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-appcloud]]</h3>
+ <h3>[[Using deploy hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-cloud]]</h3>
</li>
</ul>
@@ -55,4 +55,4 @@ Engine Yard is a Ruby on Rails Platform as a Service that provides the ability t
</li>
</ul>
</div>
-</div>
+</div>
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@@ -1,14 +1,14 @@
* [[Docs Home|Home]]
-* [[Engine Yard Cloud Platform|appcloud-intro]]
- * [[Introduction|appcloud-intro]]
- * [[Platform architecture|appcloud-architecture]]
- * [[Technology stack|appcloud-tech-stack]]
- * [[Support options|appcloud-support]]
+* [[Engine Yard Cloud Platform|cloud-intro]]
+ * [[Introduction|cloud-intro]]
+ * [[Platform architecture|cloud-architecture]]
+ * [[Technology stack|cloud-tech-stack]]
+ * [[Support options|cloud-support]]
* [[Get Started with Engine Yard Cloud|getting-started-intro]]
* [[Introduction|getting-started-intro]]
* [[Video tutorial: Getting started|getting-started-video-tutorial]]
* [[Tutorial: Deploy Rails 3 on a trial account|getting-started-deploy-todo]]
- * [[Sign up for Engine Yard Cloud|sign-up-for-engine-yard-appcloud]]
+ * [[Sign up for Engine Yard Cloud|sign-up-for-engine-yard-cloud]]
* [[Set up your application and environment|getting_started_home]]
* [[Setup your local environment|setup-environment]]
* [[Host your code on GitHub|host-your-code-on-github]]
@@ -22,13 +22,13 @@
* [[Deploy from the Dashboard|deploy-from-the-dashboard]]
* [[Deploy from the CLI|ey_cli_user_guide]]
* [[Customize your deployment|customize-your-deployment]]
- * [[Deploy hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-appcloud]]
+ * [[Deploy hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-cloud]]
* [[Deploy from Windows|deployment-windows]]
* [[Deploy JRuby applications|deploy-jruby]]
* [[Deploy JRuby applications in trial accounts|deploy-jruby-trial]]
* [[Maintenance pages|deployment-maintenance-pages]]
* [[Change your Git repo location|change-your-repo-location]]
- * [[Convert Capistrano symlinks|convert-capistrano-symlinks-to-appcloud-symlinks]]
+ * [[Convert Capistrano symlinks|convert-capistrano-symlinks-to-cloud-symlinks]]
* [[Troubleshooting|deployment-troubleshooting]]
* [[FAQs|deployment-faqs]]
* [[Manage your Application|manage-app-intro]]
@@ -41,7 +41,7 @@
* [[Rebuild an environment|environment-rebuild]]
* [[Delete an environment|environment-delete]]
* [[Clustered environments|environment-cluster]]
- * [[Multi-Region support|using-multi-region-with-engine-yard-appcloud]]
+ * [[Multi-Region support|using-multi-region-with-engine-yard-cloud]]
* [[Using snapshots|using-snapshots]]
* [[Instances|instance-intro]]
* [[Introduction|instance-intro]]
@@ -59,7 +59,7 @@
* [[SSH - Secure Shell|ssh-intro]]
* [[Introduction|ssh-intro]]
* [[Setup local keys|ssh-setup]]
- * [[Add a key|ssh-add-to-appcloud]]
+ * [[Add a key|ssh-add-to-cloud]]
* [[Install keys to environment|ssh-install]]
* [[Connect to an instance|ssh-connect]]
* [[Windows and SSH keys|ssh-windows]]
@@ -69,7 +69,7 @@
* [[Upgrading to Ruby 1.9|upgrading-to-ruby19]]
* [[SSL certificates|ssl-certificates]]
* [[Adding Cron jobs | adding-cron-jobs]]
- * [[Bundler tips|bundler-tips-for-appcloud]]
+ * [[Bundler tips|bundler-tips-for-cloud]]
* [[Asset Pipeline tips for Rails 3.1|asset-pipeline]]
* [[Troubleshooting|app-troubleshooting]]
* [[Introduction|app-troubleshooting]]
@@ -115,7 +115,7 @@
* [[Configure and deploy Resque|configure-and-deploy-resque]]
* [[Setup SSMTP for mail relay to AuthSMTP|setup-ssmtp-for-mail-relay-to-authsmtp]]
* [[Find important log files|find-important-log-files]]
- * [[Set time zone for an instance|set-time-zone-for-an-appcloud-instance]]
+ * [[Set time zone for an instance|set-time-zone-for-an-cloud-instance]]
* [[Load testing your application with em-proxy|em-proxy]]
* [[Implement file uploads with Carrier Wave|use-carrierwave-and-optionally-fog-to-upload-and-store-files]]
* [[Implement full text search with Sphinx| full-text-search-with-thinking-sphinx]]
@@ -125,9 +125,9 @@
* [[MySQL 5.1 and 5.5|database-mysql-upgrade]]
* [[PostgreSQL 9|postgresql]]
* [[Rubinius|rubinius]]
- * [[Rubinius and trial|beta-rubinius-environment-with-appcloud-trial]]
- * [[Link a GitHub account|linking-github-to-appcloud]]
+ * [[Rubinius and trial|beta-rubinius-environment-with-cloud-trial]]
+ * [[Link a GitHub account|linking-github-to-cloud]]
* [[FAQs|faq_home]]
* [[Release Notes|release_notes]]
* [[Known Issues|known_issues]]
-* [[Glossary|appcloud_glossary]]
+* [[Glossary|cloud_glossary]]
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@@ -12,8 +12,8 @@
* ### [[Creating cron jobs|adding-cron-jobs]]
Learn how to create scheduled tasks via cron jobs in your environments.
-* ### [[Bundler tips|bundler-tips-for-appcloud]]
+* ### [[Bundler tips|bundler-tips-for-cloud]]
A handful of helpful Bundler tips.
* ### [[Asset Pipeline tips for Rails 3.1|asset-pipeline]]
- Helpful tips on using the new Asset Pipeline in Rails 3.1.
+ Helpful tips on using the new Asset Pipeline in Rails 3.1.
@@ -18,5 +18,5 @@ sharding provides further options for scaling.
## Technology stack
For specific components supported in each of these functional areas, please see our current
-[[Engine Yard Technology Stack|appcloud-tech-stack]].
+[[Engine Yard Technology Stack|cloud-tech-stack]].
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@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
## Our Most Popular Cloud Platform
Easily deploy your Rails and Ruby applications to Amazon's EC2 cloud using the
-Engine Yard [[Cloud|http://www.engineyard.com/products/appcloud]] Platform. From
+Engine Yard [[Cloud|http://www.engineyard.com/products/cloud]] Platform. From
smaller-scale web applications that run within a single compute instance, to production applications
that require the elasticity, scalability and reliability of multiple instances
running at "full-tilt", Engine Yard Cloud can scale with your needs.
@@ -50,5 +50,5 @@ into a live environment. Best of all, when your environment isn't running, you o
minimal data costs to store your data.
## Platform Architecture
-[[Learn more|appcloud-architecture]] about the technology components used in Engine Yard Cloud architecture.
+[[Learn more|cloud-architecture]] about the technology components used in Engine Yard Cloud architecture.
@@ -12,7 +12,7 @@ expert cluster engineers, and seasoned DBAs for web server performance, database
and long-term scalability. We meticulously test and fully integrate each new component and
component update to provide reliability, security, and compatibility within the stack.
-As a result, you can confidently deploy and manage your application with any Engine Yard product. Read about the many [[benefits|http://www.engineyard.com/products/appcloud/benefits]] of using our Platform-as-a-Service.
+As a result, you can confidently deploy and manage your application with any Engine Yard product. Read about the many [[benefits|http://www.engineyard.com/products/cloud/benefits]] of using our Platform-as-a-Service.
<p class="note">
<strong>Note: </strong>This version is correct as of October 14, 2011.
@@ -94,7 +94,7 @@ To migrate your current Rails 3.0 application to Rails 3.1, follow this process:
###New deploy hooks
-However, if you have special asset-compilation needs, you can edit the assets:precompile rake task or use the new deploy hooks, 'before_compile_assets.rb' and 'after_compile_assets.rb'. (For general information about deploy hooks, see [[Using deploy hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-appcloud]].)
+However, if you have special asset-compilation needs, you can edit the assets:precompile rake task or use the new deploy hooks, 'before_compile_assets.rb' and 'after_compile_assets.rb'. (For general information about deploy hooks, see [[Using deploy hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-cloud]].)
###The last_assets directory for zero downtime deployments
@@ -143,4 +143,4 @@ Applications that use Bundler 0.9 will continue to run but cannot be re-deployed
[14]: #update14 "update14"
[15]: #update15 "update15"
[16]: #update16 "update16"
-[17]: #update17 "update17"
+[17]: #update17 "update17"
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@@ -160,7 +160,7 @@ Each availability zone runs on its own physically distinct, independent infrastr
Source: Feature Guide, Amazon EC2 Availability Zones (developer.amazonwebservices.com)
-For information about setting availability zones, see [[Using multi-region on Engine Yard Cloud|using-multi-region-with-engine-yard-appcloud]].
+For information about setting availability zones, see [[Using multi-region on Engine Yard Cloud|using-multi-region-with-engine-yard-cloud]].
<a href=#FAQ22><h2 id="FAQ22"> How do I change my credit card information? </h2></a>
@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ An application is your web application that you are deploying to the cloud. Spe
## availability zones
-See [[What are availability zones?|appcloud_faq#FAQ21]]
+See [[What are availability zones?|cloud_faq#FAQ21]]
## ebuilds
@@ -46,4 +46,4 @@ Takeover is the Engine Yard process for recovering from an application master fa
## volumes
-These are the virtual disks which will be mounted at /data and /db on your instance. These are used to store data that needs to be persistent.
+These are the virtual disks which will be mounted at /data and /db on your instance. These are used to store data that needs to be persistent.
@@ -58,7 +58,7 @@ No more cutting-and-pasting of deploy keys from AppCloud to GitHub.
You can choose to link your Engine Yard account to a GitHub account. After linking accounts, when you create an AppCloud application using a GitHub repository, the deploy key is automatically created.
-For more information, see [[Linking an Engine Yard account to a GitHub account|linking-github-to-appcloud]].
+For more information, see [[Linking an Engine Yard account to a GitHub account|linking-github-to-cloud]].
<a href=#update6><h2 id="update6">Minor: Update and fixes to the AppCloud stack</h2></a>
@@ -135,4 +135,4 @@ Database exec plugins are now correctly configured on database instances (solo,
[11]: #update11 "update11"
[12]: #update12 "update12"
[13]: #update13 "update13"
-[14]: #update14 "update14"
+[14]: #update14 "update14"
@@ -177,4 +177,4 @@ You can now request Engine Yard Support to enable HTTPS support of X-Forwarded-F
[13]: #update13 "update13"
[14]: #update14 "update14"
[15]: #update15 "update15"
-[16]: #update16 "update16"
+[16]: #update16 "update16"
@@ -31,7 +31,7 @@ September 21st, 2011
Fixed an issue where GitHub/Engine Yard account linking did not work for multiple repositories. (The GitHub Repository URI field appeared blank.)
-For information about GitHub/Engine Yard account linking (Beta) , see [[Linking a GitHub account to Engine Yard Cloud|linking-github-to-appcloud]].
+For information about GitHub/Engine Yard account linking (Beta) , see [[Linking a GitHub account to Engine Yard Cloud|linking-github-to-cloud]].
<a href=#update13><h2 id="update13">Fix: Large PostgreSQL instances start</h2></a>
@@ -135,4 +135,4 @@ HAProxy configuration was modified to remove the nbproc parameter. Use of nbproc
[14]: #update14 "update14"
[15]: #update15 "update15"
[16]: #update16 "update16"
-[17]: #update17 "update17"
+[17]: #update17 "update17"
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@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ Sign up to get access to Alpha features. The MySQL and PostgreSQL features requi
This feature is in **Beta**:
-* [[GitHub/Engine Yard account linking|linking-github-to-appcloud]]
+* [[GitHub/Engine Yard account linking|linking-github-to-cloud]]
Beta features are labelled beta on the UI and are available to all users.
@@ -87,11 +87,11 @@ Running a JRuby application is similar to running any Ruby application. The main
<td>the Engine Yard CLI</td><td>[[Engine Yard CLI User Guide|ey_cli_user_guide]] </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>Bundler</td><td>[[Bundler tips|bundler-tips-for-appcloud]]</td>
+ <td>Bundler</td><td>[[Bundler tips|bundler-tips-for-cloud]]</td>
</tr>
</table>
[1]: #topic1 "topic1"
[2]: #topic2 "topic2"
-[3]: #topic3 "topic3"
+[3]: #topic3 "topic3"
@@ -69,9 +69,9 @@ Before making changes to a production environment, review your keep files.
<td>SSH</td><td>[[Connect to your instance via SSH|ssh-connect]] </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>Deploy hooks</td><td>[[How To Use Deploy Hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-appcloud]]</td>
+ <td>Deploy hooks</td><td>[[How To Use Deploy Hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-cloud]]</td>
</tr>
<tr>
<td>Customizing Unicorn configuration (without keep files)</td><td>[[Customize Unicorn|customize-unicorn]]</td>
</tr>
-</table>
+</table>
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ If you want to get going and work the rest out later, here's the quick version.
1. Be familiar with Engine Yard docs about:
- [[Using chef recipes|custom-chef-recipes]]
- - [[Deploy hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-appcloud]]
+ - [[Deploy hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-cloud]]
2. Make sure you have these gems installed:
- [[resque|http://rubygems.org/gems/resque]]
- [[redis|http://rubygems.org/gems/redis]]
@@ -19,7 +19,7 @@ Then save your file read-able, or owned by the mysql system user, with a `.cnf`
* **Option B**
- Place the file on `/db` volume (such as `/db/mysql.d/`) and then create a symlink with a [[deploy hook|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-appcloud]].
+ Place the file on `/db` volume (such as `/db/mysql.d/`) and then create a symlink with a [[deploy hook|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-cloud]].
## Dynamic Change
@@ -61,4 +61,4 @@ When you create a new instance Chef recipes are not run before MySQL is started.
So if you clone, restart or resize an instance, make sure you keep this in mind.
-Every other time you restart MySQL, your configuration in the `/etc/mysql.d/` folder will be used.
+Every other time you restart MySQL, your configuration in the `/etc/mysql.d/` folder will be used.
@@ -50,7 +50,7 @@ Create a file `$RAILS_ROOT/deploy/before_symlink.rb` with these contents:
**Note** we are using the "Release" path instead of "Current" as it hasn't been symlinked yet.
-Learn more about our [[Custom Deploy Hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-appcloud]].
+Learn more about our [[Custom Deploy Hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-cloud]].
## Conclusion
@@ -115,4 +115,4 @@ class are subject (but unlikely) to change.
<h2 id="third">Deploy Hooks</h2>
Deploy hooks are Ruby scripts that you write which are executed at designated
points in the deployment process. This allows you to customize the deployment
-of your application to meet its particular needs. We discuss deploy hooks in [[Using deploy hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-appcloud]].
+of your application to meet its particular needs. We discuss deploy hooks in [[Using deploy hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-cloud]].
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@@ -86,11 +86,11 @@ Running a JRuby application is similar to running any Ruby application. The main
<td>the Engine Yard CLI</td><td>[[Engine Yard CLI User Guide|ey_cli_user_guide]] </td>
</tr>
<tr>
- <td>Bundler</td><td>[[Bundler tips|bundler-tips-for-appcloud]]</td>
+ <td>Bundler</td><td>[[Bundler tips|bundler-tips-for-cloud]]</td>
</tr>
</table>
[1]: #topic1 "topic1"
[2]: #topic2 "topic2"
-[3]: #topic3 "topic3"
+[3]: #topic3 "topic3"
@@ -23,7 +23,7 @@ deploying your applications to the cloud with our platform.
4. ### [[Customize your deployment|customize-your-deployment]]
Learn how to customize your applications deployment strategy.
-5. ### [[Deploy hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-appcloud]]
+5. ### [[Deploy hooks|use-deploy-hooks-with-engine-yard-cloud]]
Learn about using deploy hooks to customize your deployment.
6. ### [[Deploy to Engine Yard Cloud from Windows|deployment-windows]]
@@ -41,11 +41,11 @@ deploying your applications to the cloud with our platform.
10. ### [[Change your Git repo location|change-your-repo-location]]
Learn how to update the location of your Git repository.
-11. ### [[Convert Capistrano symlinks to Engine Yard Cloud symlinks|convert-capistrano-symlinks-to-appcloud-symlinks]]
+11. ### [[Convert Capistrano symlinks to Engine Yard Cloud symlinks|convert-capistrano-symlinks-to-cloud-symlinks]]
Learn how to convert Capistrano symlinks to Engine Yard Cloud symlinks for deployment.
12. ### [[Troubleshooting|deployment-troubleshooting]]
Check here for tips and ideas to help troubleshoot your deployment.
13. ### [[FAQs|deployment-faqs]]
- Frequently asked questions about deploying.
+ Frequently asked questions about deploying.
@@ -40,4 +40,4 @@ If you are using Bundler 0.9, upgrade to Bundler 1.0 or later. See [[Action Req'
[1]: #topic1 "topic1"
[2]: #topic2 "topic2"
[3]: #topic3 "topic3"
-[4]: #topic4 "topic4"
+[4]: #topic4 "topic4"
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