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README.md

README.md

Symfony2 applications deployment made easy

Up to date thanks to jonaswouters

A few words

Description

  • Deploy your project usinc rsync (must be installed) in ssh mode.
  • Setup deployment on many servers.
  • Easily create rules for rsync (ignore / force files).
  • Schedule commands to run on ditant server via ssh (SSH2 PHP extension required).

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Requirements

How to install

  1. Get the sources via GIT

    • Use clone method if not using GIT for your project

      git clone git://github.com/besimple/DeploymentBundle.git vendor/BeSimple/DeploymentBundle

    • Use submodule method if this is the case

      git submodule add git://github.com/besimple/DeploymentBundle.git vendor/BeSimple/DeploymentBundle

  2. Register bundle in AppKernel class

    // app/AppKernel.php
    
    $bundles = array(
        // ...
        new BeSimple\DeploymentBundle\BeSimpleDeploymentBundle(),
        // ...
    );
    
  3. Add besimple_deployment entry to your config file

    # app/config.yml
    
    be_simple_deployment:
        rsync:    ~
        ssh:      ~
        rules:    ~
        commands: ~
        servers:  ~
    
  4. Add BeSimple namespace to autoload

    // app/autoload.php
    
    $loader->registerNamespaces(array(
        // ...
        'BeSimple' => __DIR__.'/../vendor',
        // ...
    ));
    

How to configure

An example

be_simple_deployment:

    rsync:
        delete:       true

    ssh:
        pubkey_file:  /home/me/.ssh/id_rsa.pub
        privkey_file: /home/me/.ssh/id_rsa
        passwphrase:  secret

    rules:
        eclipse:
            ignore:   [.settings, .buildpath, .project]
        git:
            ignore:   [.git, .git*, .svn]
        symfony:
            ignore:   [/app/logs/*, /app/cache/*, /web/uploads/*, /web/*_dev.php]

    commands:
        cache_warmup:
            type:     symfony
            command:  cache:warmup
        fix_perms:
            type:     shell
            command:  ./bin/fix_perms.sh

    servers:
        staging:
            host:     localhost
            username: login
            password: passwd
            path:     /path/to/project
            rules:    [eclipse, symfony]
            commands: [cache_warmup, fix_perms]
        production:
            # ...

Rsync configuration

To be continued.

SSH configuration

To be continued.

Rules configuration

Rules can be declared as templates for reuse in your servers configuration. Some templates are already bundled by default. The following parameters can be used :

  • ignore : masks for the files to be ignored
  • force : ignored files can be forced this way

Servers configuration

Here is the full list of parameters :

  • host :
  • rsync_port :
  • ssh_port :
  • username
  • password :
  • path : the path for your application root on the remote server
  • rules : list of rules templates to apply
  • commands : list of commands to trigger on destination server

How to use

Using the commands

The simpliest way to deploy your application is to use the command line, go into your project root folder and type the following commands :

# Test your deployment :
./app/console deployment:test [server]

# Launch your deployment :
./app/console deployment:launch [server]

You can use the verbose option (-v) to get all feedback from rsync and remote ssh commands.

Using the service

You can also use the deployment feature within your controller by invoking the 'deployment' service :

// Test your deployment :
$this->get('besimple_deployment')->test([$server]);

// Launch your deployment :
$this->get('besimple_deployment')->launch([$server]);

You can connect many events to know what's happening.

Deployer events

  • onDeploymentStart : fired on deployment start.
  • onDeploymentSuccess : fired on deployment success.

Rsync events

  • onDeploymentRsyncStart : fired when rsync is started.
  • onDeploymentRsyncFeedback : fired on each rsync stdout or stderr line.
  • onDeploymentRsyncSuccess : fired on rsync success.

SSH events

  • onDeploymentSshStart : fired when SSH command run.
  • onDeploymentSshFeedback : fired on each SSH stdout or stderr line.
  • onDeploymentSshSuccess : fired on SSH command success.
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