serve is a small set of bash scripts which is used for easy deployment of a node server. It uses
n to achieve this.
This is highly experimental at best and we take no responsibility if you use this.
Setting up and deploying to an app named "bogey" which will be hosted at bogey.com. Assumes we have a git repository already for a functioning node project with a healthy
$ ssh deploy@server serve setup bogey bogey.com Your app "bogey" has been set up! add it as a git remote with: git remote add deploy firstname.lastname@example.org:bogey.git $ git remote add deploy deploy@server:bogey.git $ git push deploy master Counting objects: 5, done. Delta compression using up to 8 threads. Compressing objects: 100% (3/3), done. Writing objects: 100% (4/4), 509 bytes, done. Total 4 (delta 1), reused 0 (delta 0) remote: -----> Installing node 0.6.21 remote: -----> Installing dependencies with npm 1.1.37 remote: Dependencies installed remote: -----> Building archive remote: -----> Deploying bogey (d024f28) remote: Successfully deployed on port 5000 To deploy@server:bogey.git 02dc119..d024f28 master -> master
A tip - create a little shell script for quick access to your app:
#!/bin/bash ssh deploy@server serve bogey $@
- Need to get the apps up and running again after system reboot.
- Allow for other systems. Ex. instead of
upstartwe could use
- I'm sure there is a million improvements that could be made.
- Branches. Ex.
git push deploy master:stagingand
ssh deploy@server bogey:staging domains:add staging.bogey.com
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