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Feature Request: Heroku Installation #88

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arkokoley opened this Issue Jun 28, 2015 · 9 comments

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arkokoley commented Jun 28, 2015

I want to run mattermost not locally, but on Heroku. What should be on the procfile?

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Hi @arkokoley, sorry for the late reply, for now, the best source of information would be the Docker file.

The core team is working on making a number of changes to smooth out the install process (enabling install without domains, enabling local storage as option over S3, etc.

http://mattermost.uservoice.com/forums/306457-general/status/1588357), and this should make Heroku setup easier by end of next week.

If you're interested in contributing on Mattermost + Heroku, we're highly welcome guidance on the project forum: http://forum.mattermost.org/

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it33 commented Jul 5, 2015

Hi @arkokoley, sorry for the late reply, for now, the best source of information would be the Docker file.

The core team is working on making a number of changes to smooth out the install process (enabling install without domains, enabling local storage as option over S3, etc.

http://mattermost.uservoice.com/forums/306457-general/status/1588357), and this should make Heroku setup easier by end of next week.

If you're interested in contributing on Mattermost + Heroku, we're highly welcome guidance on the project forum: http://forum.mattermost.org/

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Reopening this ticket as we're getting more requests for Heroku install. Curious what the interest level is for this feature?

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it33 commented Oct 14, 2015

Reopening this ticket as we're getting more requests for Heroku install. Curious what the interest level is for this feature?

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@it33 it33 changed the title from Heroku Installation to Feature Request: Heroku Installation Oct 14, 2015

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zaksoup Oct 14, 2015

I'd certainly be interested in what heroku support might look like.

zaksoup commented Oct 14, 2015

I'd certainly be interested in what heroku support might look like.

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billgloff Oct 16, 2015

Heroku support would be awesome!

billgloff commented Oct 16, 2015

Heroku support would be awesome!

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michaelachrisco commented Oct 16, 2015

Heroku does support go so a heroku install is doable. https://blog.heroku.com/archives/2015/7/7/go_support_now_official_on_heroku

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vishnugopal Oct 17, 2015

Would be awesome to have Heroku support!

vishnugopal commented Oct 17, 2015

Would be awesome to have Heroku support!

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stmcintyre Oct 17, 2015

+1 for Heroku support. Awesome work so far!

stmcintyre commented Oct 17, 2015

+1 for Heroku support. Awesome work so far!

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https://github.com/tommyvn/mattermost-heroku is a good start, feel free to use/base another solution on, but be warned that there are two major issues and one minor one.
Major issues are the encryption related config is hardcoded to the defaults and the data storage is the filesystem, which means you'll loose anything stored there on a dyno restart, probably daily.
Minor issue is that the version is currently hard-coded to 1.1.0 on the github release URI.

Pull requests to fix those are welcome if I don't get to it myself soon.

tommyvn commented Oct 21, 2015

https://github.com/tommyvn/mattermost-heroku is a good start, feel free to use/base another solution on, but be warned that there are two major issues and one minor one.
Major issues are the encryption related config is hardcoded to the defaults and the data storage is the filesystem, which means you'll loose anything stored there on a dyno restart, probably daily.
Minor issue is that the version is currently hard-coded to 1.1.0 on the github release URI.

Pull requests to fix those are welcome if I don't get to it myself soon.

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Thanks @tommyvn!

This is awesome! Listed it here: http://www.mattermost.org/installation/ and mentioned here: https://twitter.com/mattermosthq/status/657292214695956480

Highly appreciated!

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it33 commented Oct 22, 2015

Thanks @tommyvn!

This is awesome! Listed it here: http://www.mattermost.org/installation/ and mentioned here: https://twitter.com/mattermosthq/status/657292214695956480

Highly appreciated!

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