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require 'yaml'
require 'capistrano/recipes/deploy/scm'
require 'capistrano/recipes/deploy/strategy'
def _cset(name, *args, &block)
unless exists?(name)
set(name, *args, &block)
end
end
# =========================================================================
# These variables MUST be set in the client capfiles. If they are not set,
# the deploy will fail with an error.
# =========================================================================
_cset(:application) { abort "Please specify the name of your application, set :application, 'foo'" }
_cset(:repository) { abort "Please specify the repository that houses your application's code, set :repository, 'foo'" }
# =========================================================================
# These variables may be set in the client capfile if their default values
# are not sufficient.
# =========================================================================
_cset :scm, :subversion
_cset :deploy_via, :checkout
_cset(:deploy_to) { "/u/apps/#{application}" }
_cset(:revision) { source.head }
# =========================================================================
# These variables should NOT be changed unless you are very confident in
# what you are doing. Make sure you understand all the implications of your
# changes if you do decide to muck with these!
# =========================================================================
_cset(:source) { Capistrano::Deploy::SCM.new(scm, self) }
_cset(:real_revision) { source.local.query_revision(revision) { |cmd| with_env("LC_ALL", "C") { `#{cmd}` } } }
_cset(:strategy) { Capistrano::Deploy::Strategy.new(deploy_via, self) }
_cset(:release_name) { set :deploy_timestamped, true; Time.now.utc.strftime("%Y%m%d%H%M%S") }
_cset :version_dir, "releases"
_cset :shared_dir, "shared"
_cset :current_dir, "current"
_cset(:releases_path) { File.join(deploy_to, version_dir) }
_cset(:shared_path) { File.join(deploy_to, shared_dir) }
_cset(:current_path) { File.join(deploy_to, current_dir) }
_cset(:release_path) { File.join(releases_path, release_name) }
_cset(:releases) { capture("ls -x #{releases_path}").split.sort }
_cset(:current_release) { File.join(releases_path, releases.last) }
_cset(:previous_release) { File.join(releases_path, releases[-2]) }
_cset(:current_revision) { capture("cat #{current_path}/REVISION").chomp }
_cset(:latest_revision) { capture("cat #{current_release}/REVISION").chomp }
_cset(:previous_revision) { capture("cat #{previous_release}/REVISION").chomp }
_cset(:run_method) { fetch(:use_sudo, true) ? :sudo : :run }
# some tasks, like symlink, need to always point at the latest release, but
# they can also (occassionally) be called standalone. In the standalone case,
# the timestamped release_path will be inaccurate, since the directory won't
# actually exist. This variable lets tasks like symlink work either in the
# standalone case, or during deployment.
_cset(:latest_release) { exists?(:deploy_timestamped) ? release_path : current_release }
# =========================================================================
# These are helper methods that will be available to your recipes.
# =========================================================================
# Auxiliary helper method for the `deploy:check' task. Lets you set up your
# own dependencies.
def depend(location, type, *args)
deps = fetch(:dependencies, {})
deps[location] ||= {}
deps[location][type] ||= []
deps[location][type] << args
set :dependencies, deps
end
# Temporarily sets an environment variable, yields to a block, and restores
# the value when it is done.
def with_env(name, value)
saved, ENV[name] = ENV[name], value
yield
ensure
ENV[name] = saved
end
# =========================================================================
# These are the tasks that are available to help with deploying web apps,
# and specifically, Rails applications. You can have cap give you a summary
# of them with `cap -T'.
# =========================================================================
namespace :deploy do
desc <<-DESC
Deploys your project. This calls both `update' and `restart'. Note that \
this will generally only work for applications that have already been deployed \
once. For a "cold" deploy, you'll want to take a look at the `deploy:cold' \
task, which handles the cold start specifically.
DESC
task :default do
update
restart
end
desc <<-DESC
Prepares one or more servers for deployment. Before you can use any \
of the Capistrano deployment tasks with your project, you will need to \
make sure all of your servers have been prepared with `cap deploy:setup'. When \
you add a new server to your cluster, you can easily run the setup task \
on just that server by specifying the HOSTS environment variable:
$ cap HOSTS=new.server.com deploy:setup
It is safe to run this task on servers that have already been set up; it \
will not destroy any deployed revisions or data.
DESC
task :setup, :except => { :no_release => true } do
dirs = [deploy_to, releases_path, shared_path]
dirs += %w(system log pids).map { |d| File.join(shared_path, d) }
run "umask 02 && mkdir -p #{dirs.join(' ')}"
end
desc <<-DESC
Copies your project and updates the symlink. It does this in a \
transaction, so that if either `update_code' or `symlink' fail, all \
changes made to the remote servers will be rolled back, leaving your \
system in the same state it was in before `update' was invoked. Usually, \
you will want to call `deploy' instead of `update', but `update' can be \
handy if you want to deploy, but not immediately restart your application.
DESC
task :update do
transaction do
update_code
symlink
end
end
desc <<-DESC
Copies your project to the remote servers. This is the first stage \
of any deployment; moving your updated code and assets to the deployment \
servers. You will rarely call this task directly, however; instead, you \
should call the `deploy' task (to do a complete deploy) or the `update' \
task (if you want to perform the `restart' task separately).
You will need to make sure you set the :scm variable to the source \
control software you are using (it defaults to :subversion), and the \
:deploy_via variable to the strategy you want to use to deploy (it \
defaults to :checkout).
DESC
task :update_code, :except => { :no_release => true } do
on_rollback { run "rm -rf #{release_path}; true" }
strategy.deploy!
finalize_update
end
desc <<-DESC
[internal] Touches up the released code. This is called by update_code \
after the basic deploy finishes. It assumes a Rails project was deployed, \
so if you are deploying something else, you may want to override this \
task with your own environment's requirements.
This task will make the release group-writable (if the :group_writable \
variable is set to true, which is the default). It will then set up \
symlinks to the shared directory for the log, system, and tmp/pids \
directories, and will lastly touch all assets in public/images, \
public/stylesheets, and public/javascripts so that the times are \
consistent (so that asset timestamping works).
DESC
task :finalize_update, :except => { :no_release => true } do
run "chmod -R g+w #{latest_release}" if fetch(:group_writable, true)
# mkdir -p is making sure that the directories are there for some SCM's that don't
# save empty folders
run <<-CMD
rm -rf #{latest_release}/log #{latest_release}/public/system #{latest_release}/tmp/pids &&
mkdir -p #{latest_release}/public &&
mkdir -p #{latest_release}/tmp &&
ln -s #{shared_path}/log #{latest_release}/log &&
ln -s #{shared_path}/system #{latest_release}/public/system &&
ln -s #{shared_path}/pids #{latest_release}/tmp/pids
CMD
stamp = Time.now.utc.strftime("%Y%m%d%H%M.%S")
asset_paths = %w(images stylesheets javascripts).map { |p| "#{latest_release}/public/#{p}" }.join(" ")
run "find #{asset_paths} -exec touch -t #{stamp} {} ';'; true", :env => { "TZ" => "UTC" }
end
desc <<-DESC
Updates the symlink to the most recently deployed version. Capistrano works \
by putting each new release of your application in its own directory. When \
you deploy a new version, this task's job is to update the `current' symlink \
to point at the new version. You will rarely need to call this task \
directly; instead, use the `deploy' task (which performs a complete \
deploy, including `restart') or the 'update' task (which does everything \
except `restart').
DESC
task :symlink, :except => { :no_release => true } do
on_rollback { run "rm -f #{current_path}; ln -s #{previous_release} #{current_path}; true" }
run "rm -f #{current_path} && ln -s #{latest_release} #{current_path}"
end
desc <<-DESC
Copy files to the currently deployed version. This is useful for updating \
files piecemeal, such as when you need to quickly deploy only a single \
file. Some files, such as updated templates, images, or stylesheets, \
might not require a full deploy, and especially in emergency situations \
it can be handy to just push the updates to production, quickly.
To use this task, specify the files and directories you want to copy as a \
comma-delimited list in the FILES environment variable. All directories \
will be processed recursively, with all files being pushed to the \
deployment servers. Any file or directory starting with a '.' character \
will be ignored.
$ cap deploy:upload FILES=templates,controller.rb
DESC
task :upload, :except => { :no_release => true } do
files = (ENV["FILES"] || "").
split(",").
map { |f| f.strip!; File.directory?(f) ? Dir["#{f}/**/*"] : f }.
flatten.
reject { |f| File.directory?(f) || File.basename(f)[0] == ?. }
abort "Please specify at least one file to update (via the FILES environment variable)" if files.empty?
files.each do |file|
content = File.open(file, "rb") { |f| f.read }
put content, File.join(current_path, file)
end
end
desc <<-DESC
Restarts your application. This works by calling the script/process/reaper \
script under the current path.
By default, this will be invoked via sudo as the `app' user. If \
you wish to run it as a different user, set the :runner variable to \
that user. If you are in an environment where you can't use sudo, set \
the :use_sudo variable to false:
set :use_sudo, false
DESC
task :restart, :roles => :app, :except => { :no_release => true } do
as = fetch(:runner, "app")
via = fetch(:run_method, :sudo)
invoke_command "#{current_path}/script/process/reaper", :via => via, :as => as
end
desc <<-DESC
Rolls back to the previously deployed version. The `current' symlink will \
be updated to point at the previously deployed version, and then the \
current release will be removed from the servers. You'll generally want \
to call `rollback' instead, as it performs a `restart' as well.
DESC
task :rollback_code, :except => { :no_release => true } do
if releases.length < 2
abort "could not rollback the code because there is no prior release"
else
run "rm #{current_path}; ln -s #{previous_release} #{current_path} && rm -rf #{current_release}"
end
end
desc <<-DESC
Rolls back to a previous version and restarts. This is handy if you ever \
discover that you've deployed a lemon; `cap rollback' and you're right \
back where you were, on the previously deployed version.
DESC
task :rollback do
rollback_code
restart
end
desc <<-DESC
Run the migrate rake task. By default, it runs this in most recently \
deployed version of the app. However, you can specify a different release \
via the migrate_target variable, which must be one of :latest (for the \
default behavior), or :current (for the release indicated by the \
`current' symlink). Strings will work for those values instead of symbols, \
too. You can also specify additional environment variables to pass to rake \
via the migrate_env variable. Finally, you can specify the full path to the \
rake executable by setting the rake variable. The defaults are:
set :rake, "rake"
set :rails_env, "production"
set :migrate_env, ""
set :migrate_target, :latest
DESC
task :migrate, :roles => :db, :only => { :primary => true } do
rake = fetch(:rake, "rake")
rails_env = fetch(:rails_env, "production")
migrate_env = fetch(:migrate_env, "")
migrate_target = fetch(:migrate_target, :latest)
directory = case migrate_target.to_sym
when :current then current_path
when :latest then current_release
else raise ArgumentError, "unknown migration target #{migrate_target.inspect}"
end
run "cd #{directory}; #{rake} RAILS_ENV=#{rails_env} #{migrate_env} db:migrate"
end
desc <<-DESC
Deploy and run pending migrations. This will work similarly to the \
`deploy' task, but will also run any pending migrations (via the \
`deploy:migrate' task) prior to updating the symlink. Note that the \
update in this case it is not atomic, and transactions are not used, \
because migrations are not guaranteed to be reversible.
DESC
task :migrations do
set :migrate_target, :latest
update_code
migrate
symlink
restart
end
desc <<-DESC
Clean up old releases. By default, the last 5 releases are kept on each \
server (though you can change this with the keep_releases variable). All \
other deployed revisions are removed from the servers. By default, this \
will use sudo to clean up the old releases, but if sudo is not available \
for your environment, set the :use_sudo variable to false instead.
DESC
task :cleanup, :except => { :no_release => true } do
count = fetch(:keep_releases, 5).to_i
if count >= releases.length
logger.important "no old releases to clean up"
else
logger.info "keeping #{count} of #{releases.length} deployed releases"
directories = (releases - releases.last(count)).map { |release|
File.join(releases_path, release) }.join(" ")
invoke_command "rm -rf #{directories}", :via => run_method
end
end
desc <<-DESC
Test deployment dependencies. Checks things like directory permissions, \
necessary utilities, and so forth, reporting on the things that appear to \
be incorrect or missing. This is good for making sure a deploy has a \
chance of working before you actually run `cap deploy'.
You can define your own dependencies, as well, using the `depend' method:
depend :remote, :gem, "tzinfo", ">=0.3.3"
depend :local, :command, "svn"
depend :remote, :directory, "/u/depot/files"
DESC
task :check, :except => { :no_release => true } do
dependencies = strategy.check!
other = fetch(:dependencies, {})
other.each do |location, types|
types.each do |type, calls|
if type == :gem
dependencies.send(location).command(fetch(:gem_command, "gem")).or("`gem' command could not be found. Try setting :gem_command")
end
calls.each do |args|
dependencies.send(location).send(type, *args)
end
end
end
if dependencies.pass?
puts "You appear to have all necessary dependencies installed"
else
puts "The following dependencies failed. Please check them and try again:"
dependencies.reject { |d| d.pass? }.each do |d|
puts "--> #{d.message}"
end
abort
end
end
desc <<-DESC
Deploys and starts a `cold' application. This is useful if you have not \
deployed your application before, or if your application is (for some \
other reason) not currently running. It will deploy the code, run any \
pending migrations, and then instead of invoking `deploy:restart', it will \
invoke `deploy:start' to fire up the application servers.
DESC
task :cold do
update
migrate
start
end
desc <<-DESC
Start the application servers. This will attempt to invoke a script \
in your application called `script/spin', which must know how to start \
your application listeners. For Rails applications, you might just have \
that script invoke `script/process/spawner' with the appropriate \
arguments.
By default, the script will be executed via sudo as the `app' user. If \
you wish to run it as a different user, set the :runner variable to \
that user. If you are in an environment where you can't use sudo, set \
the :use_sudo variable to false.
DESC
task :start, :roles => :app do
as = fetch(:runner, "app")
via = fetch(:run_method, :sudo)
invoke_command "sh -c 'cd #{current_path} && nohup script/spin'", :via => via, :as => as
end
desc <<-DESC
Stop the application servers. This will call script/process/reaper for \
both the spawner process, and all of the application processes it has \
spawned. As such, it is fairly Rails specific and may need to be \
overridden for other systems.
By default, the script will be executed via sudo as the `app' user. If \
you wish to run it as a different user, set the :runner variable to \
that user. If you are in an environment where you can't use sudo, set \
the :use_sudo variable to false.
DESC
task :stop, :roles => :app do
as = fetch(:runner, "app")
via = fetch(:run_method, :sudo)
invoke_command "if [ -f #{current_path}/tmp/pids/dispatch.spawner.pid ]; then #{current_path}/script/process/reaper -a kill -r dispatch.spawner.pid; fi", :via => via, :as => as
invoke_command "#{current_path}/script/process/reaper -a kill", :via => via, :as => as
end
namespace :pending do
desc <<-DESC
Displays the `diff' since your last deploy. This is useful if you want \
to examine what changes are about to be deployed. Note that this might \
not be supported on all SCM's.
DESC
task :diff, :except => { :no_release => true } do
system(source.local.diff(current_revision))
end
desc <<-DESC
Displays the commits since your last deploy. This is good for a summary \
of the changes that have occurred since the last deploy. Note that this \
might not be supported on all SCM's.
DESC
task :default, :except => { :no_release => true } do
from = source.next_revision(current_revision)
system(source.local.log(from))
end
end
namespace :web do
desc <<-DESC
Present a maintenance page to visitors. Disables your application's web \
interface by writing a "maintenance.html" file to each web server. The \
servers must be configured to detect the presence of this file, and if \
it is present, always display it instead of performing the request.
By default, the maintenance page will just say the site is down for \
"maintenance", and will be back "shortly", but you can customize the \
page by specifying the REASON and UNTIL environment variables:
$ cap deploy:web:disable \\
REASON="hardware upgrade" \\
UNTIL="12pm Central Time"
Further customization will require that you write your own task.
DESC
task :disable, :roles => :web, :except => { :no_release => true } do
require 'erb'
on_rollback { run "rm #{shared_path}/system/maintenance.html" }
reason = ENV['REASON']
deadline = ENV['UNTIL']
template = File.read(File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), "templates", "maintenance.rhtml"))
result = ERB.new(template).result(binding)
put result, "#{shared_path}/system/maintenance.html", :mode => 0644
end
desc <<-DESC
Makes the application web-accessible again. Removes the \
"maintenance.html" page generated by deploy:web:disable, which (if your \
web servers are configured correctly) will make your application \
web-accessible again.
DESC
task :enable, :roles => :web, :except => { :no_release => true } do
run "rm #{shared_path}/system/maintenance.html"
end
end
end
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