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23 README
@@ -0,0 +1,23 @@
+== Railsmachine
+
+A set of capistrano recipes for simplifying the deployment of Rails applications.
+
+The deployment process looks like this:
+
+cd <app_directory>
+capify .
+railsmachine --apply-to . --name <app_name> --domain <yourdomain.com>
+cap repos:setup
+cd ../<app_name>_machine
+cap servers:setup deploy:cold
+
+Under the default configuration the gem will use these directories:
+
+/var/www/apps/ - Rails applications
+/etc/httpd/conf/apps/ - Apache configurations
+/var/run/mongrel_cluster/ - Mongrel pid files
+/etc/mongrel_cluster/ - Mongrel cluster configurations
+
+You will need a 'deploy' system account with write access to the above directories.
+You also need a 'deploy' mysql account with all privileges on *.* and grant option.
+
51 Rakefile
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+require 'rake'
+require 'rake/testtask'
+require 'rake/clean'
+require 'rake/gempackagetask'
+require 'rake/rdoctask'
+require 'tools/rakehelp'
+require 'fileutils'
+include FileUtils
+
+setup_tests
+setup_clean ["pkg", "lib/*.bundle", "*.gem", ".config"]
+
+setup_rdoc ['README', 'LICENSE', 'COPYING', 'lib/**/*.rb', 'doc/**/*.rdoc']
+
+desc "Does a full compile, test run"
+task :default => [:test, :package]
+
+version="1.9.0"
+name="railsmachine"
+
+setup_gem(name, version) do |spec|
+ spec.summary = "The Rails Machine task library"
+ spec.description = spec.summary
+ spec.author="Bradley Taylor, Rob Lingle, Charles Brian Quinn"
+ spec.add_dependency('capistrano', '>= 2.1.0')
+ spec.has_rdoc = false
+ spec.files += Dir.glob("bin/*")
+ spec.files += Dir.glob("resources/**/*")
+ spec.default_executable = "railsmachine"
+ spec.executables = ["railsmachine"]
+end
+
+
+task :install => [:test, :package] do
+ sh %{sudo gem install pkg/#{name}-#{version}.gem}
+end
+
+task :uninstall => [:clean] do
+ sh %{sudo gem uninstall #{name}}
+end
+
+task :gem_source do
+ mkdir_p "pkg/gems"
+
+ FileList["**/*.gem"].each { |gem| mv gem, "pkg/gems" }
+ FileList["pkg/*.tgz"].each {|tgz| rm tgz }
+ rm_rf "pkg/#{name}-#{version}"
+
+ sh %{ generate_yaml_index.rb -d pkg }
+ sh %{ scp -r pkg/* #{ENV['SSH_USER']}@rubyforge.org:/var/www/gforge-projects/railsmachine/releases/ }
+end
35 bin/railsmachine
@@ -0,0 +1,35 @@
+#!/usr/bin/env ruby
+
+begin
+ require 'rubygems'
+rescue LoadError
+ # no rubygems to load, so we fail silently
+end
+
+require 'optparse'
+
+@options = {}
+OptionParser.new do |opts|
+ opts.banner = "Usage: #{$0} [options] [args]"
+
+ opts.on("-A", "--apply-to DIRECTORY",
+ "Create a minimal set of scripts and recipes",
+ "for use with capistrano to configure servers."
+ ) { |value| @options[:apply_to] = value }
+ opts.on("-n", "--name APPLICATION_NAME",
+ "Name of application."
+ ) { |value| @options[:application] = value }
+ opts.on("-d", "--domain DOMAIN_NAME",
+ "Domain name for application."
+ ) { |value| @options[:domain] = value }
+
+ if ARGV.empty?
+ puts opts
+ exit
+ else
+ opts.parse!(ARGV)
+ end
+end
+
+require 'railsmachine/generators/loader'
+RailsMachine::Generators::RailsLoader.load! @options
20 lib/railsmachine/generators/loader.rb
@@ -0,0 +1,20 @@
+module RailsMachine
+ module Generators
+ class RailsLoader
+ def self.load!(options)
+ require "#{options[:apply_to]}/config/environment"
+ require "rails_generator"
+ require "rails_generator/scripts/generate"
+
+ Rails::Generator::Base.sources << Rails::Generator::PathSource.new(
+ :railsmachine, File.dirname(__FILE__))
+
+ args = ["railsmachine"]
+ args << (options[:application] || "Application")
+ args << (options[:domain] || "my.railsmachina.com")
+
+ Rails::Generator::Scripts::Generate.new.run(args)
+ end
+ end
+ end
+end
12 lib/railsmachine/generators/railsmachine/USAGE
@@ -0,0 +1,12 @@
+NAME
+ railsmachine - creates configuration and SwitchTower tasks for server configuration.
+
+SYNOPSIS
+ railsmachine [Application name]
+
+DESCRIPTION
+ This generator creates rakefiles and deployment recipes.
+
+
+EXAMPLE
+ ./script/generate railsmachine MyRockinApp
24 lib/railsmachine/generators/railsmachine/railsmachine_generator.rb
@@ -0,0 +1,24 @@
+class RailsmachineGenerator < Rails::Generator::NamedBase
+ attr_reader :application_name
+ attr_reader :domain_name
+
+ def initialize(runtime_args, runtime_options = {})
+ super
+ @application_name = self.file_name
+ @domain_name = @args[0]
+ end
+
+ def manifest
+ record do |m|
+ m.directory "config"
+ m.template "deploy.rb", File.join("config", "deploy.rb")
+ end
+ end
+
+ protected
+
+ # Override with your own usage banner.
+ def banner
+ "Usage: #{$0} railsmachine ApplicationName DomainName"
+ end
+end
105 lib/railsmachine/generators/railsmachine/templates/deploy.rb
@@ -0,0 +1,105 @@
+require 'railsmachine/recipes'
+
+# This defines a deployment "recipe" that you can feed to capistrano
+# (http://manuals.rubyonrails.com/read/book/17). It allows you to automate
+# (among other things) the deployment of your application.
+
+# =============================================================================
+# REQUIRED VARIABLES
+# =============================================================================
+# You must always specify the application and repository for every recipe. The
+# repository must be the URL of the repository you want this recipe to
+# correspond to. The deploy_to path must be the path on each machine that will
+# form the root of the application path.
+
+# The name of your application. Used for directory and file names associated with
+# the application.
+set :application, "<%= singular_name %>"
+
+# Target directory for the application on the web and app servers.
+set :deploy_to, "/var/www/apps/#{application}"
+
+# Primary domain name of your application. Used as a default for all server roles.
+set :domain, "<%= domain_name %>"
+
+# Login user for ssh.
+set :user, "deploy"
+
+# Rails environment. Used by application setup tasks and migrate tasks.
+set :rails_env, "production"
+
+# Automatically symlink these directories from curent/public to shared/public.
+# set :app_symlinks, %w{photo document asset}
+
+# =============================================================================
+# ROLES
+# =============================================================================
+# You can define any number of roles, each of which contains any number of
+# machines. Roles might include such things as :web, or :app, or :db, defining
+# what the purpose of each machine is. You can also specify options that can
+# be used to single out a specific subset of boxes in a particular role, like
+# :primary => true.
+
+# Modify these values to execute tasks on a different server.
+role :web, domain
+role :app, domain
+role :db, domain, :primary => true
+role :scm, domain
+
+# =============================================================================
+# WEB SERVER OPTIONS
+# =============================================================================
+# set :httpd, "apache" # apache or nginx
+# set :httpd_server_name, domain
+# set :httpd_server_aliases, %w{alias1 alias2}
+# set :httpd_default_vhost, true # force use of httpd_default_vhost_config
+# set :httpd_default_vhost_conf, "/etc/httpd/conf/default.conf"
+# set :httpd_conf, "/etc/httpd/conf/apps/#{application}.conf"
+# set :httpd_proxy_port, 8000
+# set :httpd_proxy_servers, 2
+# set :httpd_proxy_address, "127.0.0.1"
+# set :httpd_ssl_enabled, false
+# set :httpd_ssl_ip, "127.0.0.1"
+# set :httpd_ssl_forward_all, false
+# set :httpd_ctl, "/etc/init.d/httpd"
+
+# =============================================================================
+# MONGREL OPTIONS
+# =============================================================================
+# set :mongrel_servers, httpd_proxy_servers
+# set :mongrel_port, httpd_proxy_port
+# set :mongrel_address, httpd_proxy_address
+# set :mongrel_environment, "production"
+# set :mongrel_pid_file, "/var/run/mongrel_cluster/#{application}.pid"
+# set :mongrel_conf, "/etc/mongrel_cluster/#{application}.conf"
+# set :mongrel_user, user
+# set :mongrel_group, group
+
+# =============================================================================
+# DATABASE OPTIONS
+# =============================================================================
+# set :database, "mysql" # mysql or postgresql
+
+# =============================================================================
+# SCM OPTIONS
+# =============================================================================
+# set :scm, :subversion
+set :repository do
+ if scm == :subversion
+ "svn+ssh://#{user}@#{domain}#{deploy_to}/repos/trunk"
+ elsif scm == :git
+ "ssh://#{user}@#{domain}#{deploy_to}/repos"
+ end
+end
+
+# =============================================================================
+# SSH OPTIONS
+# =============================================================================
+# ssh_options[:keys] = %w(/path/to/my/key /path/to/another/key)
+# ssh_options[:port] = 25
+
+# =============================================================================
+# CAPISTRANO OPTIONS
+# =============================================================================
+# default_run_options[:pty] = true
+# set :keep_releases, 3
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+Capistrano::Configuration.instance(:must_exist).load do
+
+ default_run_options[:pty] = true
+ set :keep_releases, 3
+ set :app_symlinks, nil
+ set :httpd, :apache
+
+ set :repository do
+ scm = fetch(:scm)
+ repos_base = "#{user}@#{domain}#{deploy_to}"
+ if scm == :subversion
+ "svn+ssh://#{repos_base}/repos/trunk"
+ elsif scm == :git
+ "ssh://#{repos_base}/#{application}.git"
+ end
+ end
+
+
+ # defer requires until variables have been set
+ task :require_recipes do
+ require 'railsmachine/recipes/mongrel'
+ require "railsmachine/recipes/scm/#{scm}"
+ require "railsmachine/recipes/web/#{httpd}"
+ db = YAML.load_file('config/database.yml')[rails_env]["adapter"]
+ require "railsmachine/recipes/db/#{db}" if %w(mysql postgresql).include? db
+ end
+
+ namespace :servers do
+
+ desc <<-DESC
+ A macro task that calls setup for db, app, symlinks, and web.
+ Used to configure your deployment environment in one command.
+ DESC
+ task :setup do
+ deploy.setup
+ begin
+ db.setup
+ rescue
+ puts "db:setup failed!"
+ end
+ app.setup
+ web.setup
+ end
+
+ desc "A macro task that restarts the application and web servers"
+ task :restart do
+ app.restart
+ web.restart
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ namespace :app do
+
+ desc 'Setup mongrel'
+ task :setup, :roles => :app do
+ set :mongrel_environment, rails_env
+ set :mongrel_port, apache_proxy_port
+ set :mongrel_servers, apache_proxy_servers
+ set :mongrel_user, user unless mongrel_user
+ set :mongrel_group, mongrel_user unless mongrel_group
+ set_mongrel_conf
+ mongrel.cluster.configure
+ end
+
+ desc "Restart application server."
+ task :restart, :roles => :app do
+ set_mongrel_conf
+ mongrel.cluster.restart
+ end
+
+ desc "Start application server."
+ task :start, :roles => :app do
+ set_mongrel_conf
+ mongrel.cluster.start
+ end
+
+ desc "Stop application server."
+ task :stop, :roles => :app do
+ set_mongrel_conf
+ mongrel.cluster.stop
+ end
+
+ namespace :symlinks do
+
+ desc "Setup application symlinks in the public"
+ task :setup, :roles => [:app, :web] do
+ if app_symlinks
+ app_symlinks.each { |link| run "mkdir -p #{shared_path}/public/#{link}" }
+ end
+ end
+
+ desc "Link public directories to shared location."
+ task :update, :roles => [:app, :web] do
+ if app_symlinks
+ app_symlinks.each { |link| run "ln -nfs #{shared_path}/public/#{link} #{current_path}/public/#{link}" }
+ end
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ namespace :web do
+
+ desc "Setup web server."
+ task :setup, :roles => :web do
+ set :apache_server_name, domain unless apache_server_name
+ apache.configure
+ end
+
+ desc "Restart web server."
+ task :restart, :roles => :web do
+ apache.restart
+ end
+
+ desc "Reload web server configuration."
+ task :reload, :roles => :web do
+ apache.reload
+ end
+
+ desc "Start web server."
+ task :start, :roles => :web do
+ apache.start
+ end
+
+ desc "Stop web server."
+ task :stop, :roles => :web do
+ apache.stop
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ namespace :repos do
+
+ desc "Setup source control repository."
+ task :setup, :roles => :scm do
+ begin
+ scm.setup
+ rescue
+ puts "repos:setup failed!"
+ end
+ scm.import
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ on :start, :require_recipes
+ before 'deploy:update_code', 'app:symlinks:setup'
+ after 'deploy:symlink', 'app:symlinks:update'
+ after 'deploy:cold', 'web:reload'
+ after :deploy,'deploy:cleanup'
+
+ def set_mongrel_conf
+ set :mongrel_conf, "/etc/mongrel_cluster/#{application}.conf" unless mongrel_conf
+ end
+
+end
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+require 'yaml'
+require 'capistrano'
+require 'capistrano/cli'
+
+module MySQLMethods
+
+ def execute(sql, user)
+ run "mysql --user=#{user} -p --execute=\"#{sql}\"" do |channel, stream, data|
+ handle_mysql_password(user, channel, stream, data)
+ end
+ end
+
+ private
+ def handle_mysql_password(user, channel, stream, data)
+ logger.info data, "[database on #{channel[:host]} asked for password]"
+ if data =~ /^Enter password:/
+ pass = Capistrano::CLI.password_prompt "Enter database password for '#{user}':"
+ channel.send_data "#{pass}\n"
+ end
+ end
+end
+
+Capistrano.plugin :mysql_helper, MySQLMethods
+
+Capistrano::Configuration.instance(:must_exist).load do
+
+ set :mysql_admin, nil
+
+ namespace :db do
+
+ desc "Execute MySQL statements using --execute option. Set the 'sql' variable."
+ task :execute, :roles => :db, :only => { :primary => true } do
+ set_mysql_admin
+ mysql_helper.execute sql, mysql_admin
+ end
+
+ desc "Create MySQL database and user based on config/database.yml"
+ task :setup, :roles => :db, :only => { :primary => true } do
+ # on_rollback {}
+
+ set_mysql_admin
+ read_config
+
+ sql = "CREATE DATABASE #{db_name};"
+ sql += "GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON #{db_name}.* TO #{db_user}@localhost IDENTIFIED BY '#{db_password}';"
+ mysql_helper.execute sql, mysql_admin
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ def read_config
+ db_config = YAML.load_file('config/database.yml')
+ set :db_user, db_config[rails_env]["username"]
+ set :db_password, db_config[rails_env]["password"]
+ set :db_name, db_config[rails_env]["database"]
+ end
+
+ def set_mysql_admin
+ set :mysql_admin, user unless mysql_admin
+ end
+
+end
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+# CentOS install for Rails Machine
+# sudo su -
+# yum install postgresql-client postgresql-server postgresql-devel
+# chkconfig postgresql on
+# service postgresql start
+# gem install postgres
+# su - postgres
+# createuser deploy -a -d
+# exit
+
+require 'yaml'
+require 'capistrano'
+require 'capistrano/cli'
+
+module PostgreSQLMethods
+
+ def createdb(db, user)
+ run "createdb -O #{user} #{db}"
+ end
+
+ def createuser(user, password)
+ cmd = "createuser -P -D -A -E #{user}"
+ run cmd do |channel, stream, data|
+ if data =~ /^Enter password for new user:/
+ channel.send_data "#{password}\n"
+ end
+ if data =~ /^Enter it again:/
+ channel.send_data "#{password}\n"
+ end
+ end
+ end
+
+ def command(sql, database)
+ run "psql --command=\"#{sql}\" #{database}"
+ end
+
+end
+
+Capistrano.plugin :pgsql, PostgreSQLMethods
+
+Capistrano::Configuration.instance(:must_exist).load do
+
+ namespace :db do
+
+ desc "Create PosgreSQL database and user based on config/database.yml"
+ task :setup, :roles => :db, :only => { :primary => true } do
+ # on_rollback {} TODO
+ read_config
+ pgsql.createuser db_user, db_password
+ pgsql.createdb db_name, db_user
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ def read_config
+ db_config = YAML.load_file('config/database.yml')
+ set :db_user, db_config[rails_env]["username"]
+ set :db_password, db_config[rails_env]["password"]
+ set :db_name, db_config[rails_env]["database"]
+ end
+
+end
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+Capistrano::Configuration.instance(:must_exist).load do
+ set :mongrel_servers, 2
+ set :mongrel_port, 8000
+ set :mongrel_address, "127.0.0.1"
+ set :mongrel_environment, "production"
+ set :mongrel_conf, nil
+ set :mongrel_user, nil
+ set :mongrel_group, nil
+ set :mongrel_prefix, nil
+ set :mongrel_rails, 'mongrel_rails'
+ set :mongrel_clean, false
+ set :mongrel_pid_file, nil
+ set :mongrel_log_file, nil
+ set :mongrel_config_script, nil
+
+ namespace :mongrel do
+
+ namespace :cluster do
+
+ desc <<-DESC
+ Configure Mongrel processes on the app server. This uses the :use_sudo
+ variable to determine whether to use sudo or not. By default, :use_sudo is
+ set to true.
+ DESC
+ task :configure, :roles => :app do
+ set_mongrel_conf
+ set_mongrel_pid_file
+
+ argv = []
+ argv << "#{mongrel_rails} cluster::configure"
+ argv << "-N #{mongrel_servers.to_s}"
+ argv << "-p #{mongrel_port.to_s}"
+ argv << "-e #{mongrel_environment}"
+ argv << "-a #{mongrel_address}"
+ argv << "-c #{current_path}"
+ argv << "-C #{mongrel_conf}"
+ argv << "-P #{mongrel_pid_file}"
+ argv << "-l #{mongrel_log_file}" if mongrel_log_file
+ argv << "--user #{mongrel_user}" if mongrel_user
+ argv << "--group #{mongrel_group}" if mongrel_group
+ argv << "--prefix #{mongrel_prefix}" if mongrel_prefix
+ argv << "-S #{mongrel_config_script}" if mongrel_config_script
+ cmd = argv.join " "
+ send(run_method, cmd)
+ end
+
+ desc <<-DESC
+ Start Mongrel processes on the app server. This uses the :use_sudo variable to determine whether to use sudo or not. By default, :use_sudo is
+ set to true.
+ DESC
+ task :start, :roles => :app do
+ set_mongrel_conf
+ cmd = "#{mongrel_rails} cluster::start -C #{mongrel_conf}"
+ cmd += " --clean" if mongrel_clean
+ send(run_method, cmd)
+ end
+
+ desc <<-DESC
+ Restart the Mongrel processes on the app server by starting and stopping the cluster. This uses the :use_sudo
+ variable to determine whether to use sudo or not. By default, :use_sudo is set to true.
+ DESC
+ task :restart, :roles => :app do
+ set_mongrel_conf
+ cmd = "#{mongrel_rails} cluster::restart -C #{mongrel_conf}"
+ cmd += " --clean" if mongrel_clean
+ send(run_method, cmd)
+ end
+
+ desc <<-DESC
+ Stop the Mongrel processes on the app server. This uses the :use_sudo
+ variable to determine whether to use sudo or not. By default, :use_sudo is
+ set to true.
+ DESC
+ task :stop, :roles => :app do
+ set_mongrel_conf
+ cmd = "#{mongrel_rails} cluster::stop -C #{mongrel_conf}"
+ cmd += " --clean" if mongrel_clean
+ send(run_method, cmd)
+ end
+
+ desc <<-DESC
+ Check the status of the Mongrel processes on the app server. This uses the :use_sudo
+ variable to determine whether to use sudo or not. By default, :use_sudo is
+ set to true.
+ DESC
+ task :status, :roles => :app do
+ set_mongrel_conf
+ send(run_method, "#{mongrel_rails} cluster::status -C #{mongrel_conf}")
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ namespace :deploy do
+
+ desc <<-DESC
+ Start the Mongrel processes on the app server by calling start_mongrel_cluster.
+ DESC
+ task :start, :roles => :app do
+ mongrel.cluster.start
+ end
+
+ desc <<-DESC
+ Restart the Mongrel processes on the app server by calling restart_mongrel_cluster.
+ DESC
+ task :restart, :roles => :app do
+ mongrel.cluster.restart
+ end
+
+ desc <<-DESC
+ Stop the Mongrel processes on the app server by calling stop_mongrel_cluster.
+ DESC
+ task :stop, :roles => :app do
+ mongrel.cluster.stop
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ def set_mongrel_conf
+ set :mongrel_conf, "/etc/mongrel_cluster/#{application}.yml" unless mongrel_conf
+ end
+
+ def set_mongrel_pid_file
+ set :mongrel_pid_file, "/var/run/mongrel_cluster/#{application}.pid" unless mongrel_pid_file
+ end
+end
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+require 'fileutils'
+Capistrano::Configuration.instance(:must_exist).load do
+
+ namespace :scm do
+
+ desc "Setup directory structure and initialize git repository on remote server"
+ task :setup, :roles => :scm do
+ dir = "#{deploy_to}/repos"
+ run "mkdir -p #{dir}"
+ sudo "chown -R deploy:deploy #{dir}"
+ run "cd #{dir} && git --bare init"
+ run "chmod 770 #{dir}"
+ end
+
+ desc "Import code into remote git repository."
+ task :import do
+ puts "Initializing local git repository"
+ system "git init"
+
+ puts "Adding remote server pointing to #{repository}"
+ system "git remote add origin #{repository}"
+
+ puts "Adding .gitignore file"
+ system "echo 'log/*'>> .gitignore"
+ system "echo 'tmp/*'>> .gitignore"
+ system "echo '.DS_Store'>> .gitignore"
+ system "echo 'public/cache/**/*'>> .gitignore"
+ system "git add .gitignore"
+
+ puts "Committing application locally"
+ system "git add *"
+ system 'git commit -a -v -m "initial import of site"'
+
+ puts "Pushing application to the remote server. The name of the branch is:"
+ system "git remote"
+ system "git push origin master"
+ puts "Creating edge branch on remote"
+ system "git push origin master:refs/heads/edge"
+ puts "create a local tracking edge branch"
+ system "git branch --track edge origin/edge"
+ puts "checking out edge repository"
+ system "git checkout edge"
+ puts "git setup complete"
+ puts "You can clone this repository with git clone #{repository} #{application}"
+ end
+
+ end
+
+end
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+<VirtualHost <%= apache_ssl_ip %>:443>
+
+ServerName <%= apache_server_name %>
+<% apache_server_aliases_array.each do |a| %>
+ServerAlias <%= "#{a}" %>
+<% end %>
+DocumentRoot <%= "#{current_path}/public" %>
+
+<Directory <%= "#{current_path}/public" %>>
+ Options FollowSymLinks
+ AllowOverride None
+ Order allow,deny
+ Allow from all
+</Directory>
+
+# Configure mongrel_cluster
+<Proxy balancer://<%= "#{application}_cluster" %>>
+ <% start_port = apache_proxy_port %>
+ <% end_port = apache_proxy_port + apache_proxy_servers - 1 %>
+ <% start_port.upto(end_port) do |port| %>
+ BalancerMember http://<%= "#{apache_proxy_address}:#{port.to_s}" %>
+ <% end %>
+</Proxy>
+
+RewriteEngine On
+
+# Prevent access to .svn directories
+RewriteRule ^(.*/)?\.svn/ - [F,L]
+ErrorDocument 403 "Access Forbidden"
+
+# Check for maintenance file and redirect all requests
+RewriteCond %{DOCUMENT_ROOT}/system/maintenance.html -f
+RewriteCond %{SCRIPT_FILENAME} !maintenance.html
+RewriteRule ^.*$ /system/maintenance.html [L]
+
+# Rewrite index to check for static
+RewriteRule ^/$ /index.html [QSA]
+
+# Rewrite to check for Rails cached page
+RewriteRule ^([^.]+)$ $1.html [QSA]
+
+# Redirect all non-static requests to cluster
+RewriteCond %{DOCUMENT_ROOT}/%{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
+# Add header for Mongrel to set HTTPS environment for Rails
+RequestHeader set X-Forwarded-Proto "https"
+RewriteRule ^/(.*)$ balancer://<%= "#{application}_cluster" %>%{REQUEST_URI} [P,QSA,L]
+
+# Deflate
+AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/html text/plain text/xml
+BrowserMatch ^Mozilla/4 gzip-only-text/html
+BrowserMatch ^Mozilla/4\.0[678] no-gzip
+BrowserMatch \bMSIE !no-gzip !gzip-only-text/html
+
+# SSL Engine Switch
+SSLEngine on
+
+# SSL Cipher Suite:
+SSLCipherSuite ALL:!ADH:!EXPORT56:RC4+RSA:+HIGH:+MEDIUM:+LOW:+SSLv2:+EXP:+eNULL
+
+# Server Certificate
+SSLCertificateFile /etc/httpd/conf/ssl.crt/<%= domain %>.crt
+
+# Server Private Key
+SSLCertificateKeyFile /etc/httpd/conf/ssl.key/<%= domain %>.key
+
+BrowserMatch ".*MSIE.*" \
+ nokeepalive ssl-unclean-shutdown \
+ downgrade-1.0 force-response-1.0
+
+ErrorLog logs/<%= domain %>-error_log
+CustomLog logs/<%= domain %>-access_log combined
+CustomLog logs/<%= domain %>-ssl_log \
+ "%t %h %{SSL_PROTOCOL}x %{SSL_CIPHER}x \"%r\" %b"
+</VirtualHost>
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+
+
+<VirtualHost <%= apache_ssl_enabled ? apache_ssl_ip : "*" %>:80>
+ ServerName <%= apache_server_name %>
+ <% apache_server_aliases_array.each do |a| %>
+ ServerAlias <%= "#{a}" %>
+ <% end %>
+ DocumentRoot <%= "#{current_path}/public" %>
+
+ <Directory <%= "#{current_path}/public" %>>
+ Options FollowSymLinks
+ AllowOverride None
+ Order allow,deny
+ Allow from all
+ </Directory>
+
+ # Configure mongrel_cluster
+ <Proxy balancer://<%= "#{application}_cluster" %>>
+ <% start_port = apache_proxy_port %>
+ <% end_port = apache_proxy_port + apache_proxy_servers - 1 %>
+ <% start_port.upto(end_port) do |port| %>
+ BalancerMember http://<%= "#{apache_proxy_address}:#{port.to_s}" %>
+ <% end %>
+ </Proxy>
+
+ RewriteEngine On
+
+ <% if apache_ssl_enabled && apache_ssl_forward_all %>
+ RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://<%= domain %>$1
+ <% end %>
+
+ # Prevent access to .svn directories
+ RewriteRule ^(.*/)?\.svn/ - [F,L]
+ ErrorDocument 403 "Access Forbidden"
+
+ # Check for maintenance file and redirect all requests
+ RewriteCond %{DOCUMENT_ROOT}/system/maintenance.html -f
+ RewriteCond %{SCRIPT_FILENAME} !maintenance.html
+ RewriteRule ^.*$ /system/maintenance.html [L]
+
+ # Rewrite index to check for static
+ RewriteRule ^/$ /index.html [QSA]
+
+ # Rewrite to check for Rails cached page
+ RewriteRule ^([^.]+)$ $1.html [QSA]
+
+ # Redirect all non-static requests to cluster
+ RewriteCond %{DOCUMENT_ROOT}/%{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
+ RewriteRule ^/(.*)$ balancer://<%= "#{application}_cluster" %>%{REQUEST_URI} [P,QSA,L]
+
+ # Deflate
+ AddOutputFilterByType DEFLATE text/html text/plain text/xml
+ BrowserMatch ^Mozilla/4 gzip-only-text/html
+ BrowserMatch ^Mozilla/4\.0[678] no-gzip
+ BrowserMatch \bMSIE !no-gzip !gzip-only-text/html
+
+ ErrorLog logs/<%= domain %>-error_log
+ CustomLog logs/<%= domain %>-access_log combined
+</VirtualHost>
+
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+require 'erb'
+Capistrano::Configuration.instance(:must_exist).load do
+
+ set :apache_server_name, nil
+ set :apache_conf, nil
+ set :apache_default_vhost, false
+ set :apache_default_vhost_conf, nil
+ set :apache_ctl, "/etc/init.d/httpd"
+ set :apache_server_aliases, []
+ set :apache_proxy_port, 8000
+ set :apache_proxy_servers, 2
+ set :apache_proxy_address, "127.0.0.1"
+ set :apache_ssl_enabled, false
+ set :apache_ssl_ip, nil
+ set :apache_ssl_forward_all, false
+
+ namespace :apache do
+
+ desc "Configure Apache. This uses the :use_sudo
+ variable to determine whether to use sudo or not. By default, :use_sudo is
+ set to true."
+ task :configure, :roles => :web do
+ set_apache_conf
+
+ server_aliases = []
+ server_aliases << "www.#{apache_server_name}"
+ server_aliases.concat apache_server_aliases
+ set :apache_server_aliases_array, server_aliases
+
+ file = File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), "templates", "httpd.conf")
+ template = File.read(file)
+ buffer = ERB.new(template).result(binding)
+
+ if apache_ssl_enabled
+ file = File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), "templates", "httpd-ssl.conf")
+ template = File.read(file)
+ ssl_buffer = ERB.new(template).result(binding)
+ buffer += ssl_buffer
+ end
+
+ put buffer, "#{shared_path}/httpd.conf", :mode => 0444
+ send(run_method, "cp #{shared_path}/httpd.conf #{apache_conf}")
+ send(run_method, "rm -f #{shared_path}/httpd.conf")
+ end
+
+ desc "Start Apache "
+ task :start, :roles => :web do
+ send(run_method, "#{apache_ctl} start")
+ end
+
+ desc "Restart Apache "
+ task :restart, :roles => :web do
+ send(run_method, "#{apache_ctl} restart")
+ end
+
+ desc "Stop Apache "
+ task :stop, :roles => :web do
+ send(run_method, "#{apache_ctl} stop")
+ end
+
+ desc "Reload Apache "
+ task :reload, :roles => :web do
+ send(run_method, "#{apache_ctl} reload")
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ def set_apache_conf
+ if apache_default_vhost
+ set :apache_conf, "/etc/httpd/conf/default.conf" unless apache_default_vhost_conf
+ else
+ set :apache_conf, "/etc/httpd/conf/apps/#{application}.conf" unless apache_conf
+ end
+ end
+
+end
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+require 'erb'
+Capistrano::Configuration.instance(:must_exist).load do
+
+ set :apache_server_name, nil
+ set :apache_conf, nil
+ set :apache_default_vhost, false
+ set :apache_default_vhost_conf, nil
+ set :apache_ctl, "/etc/init.d/httpd"
+ set :apache_server_aliases, []
+ set :apache_proxy_port, 8000
+ set :apache_proxy_servers, 2
+ set :apache_proxy_address, "127.0.0.1"
+ set :apache_ssl_enabled, false
+ set :apache_ssl_ip, nil
+ set :apache_ssl_forward_all, false
+
+ namespace :apache do
+
+ desc "Configure Apache. This uses the :use_sudo
+ variable to determine whether to use sudo or not. By default, :use_sudo is
+ set to true."
+ task :configure, :roles => :web do
+ set_apache_conf
+
+ server_aliases = []
+ server_aliases << "www.#{apache_server_name}"
+ server_aliases.concat apache_server_aliases
+ set :apache_server_aliases_array, server_aliases
+
+ file = File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), "templates", "httpd.conf")
+ template = File.read(file)
+ buffer = ERB.new(template).result(binding)
+
+ if apache_ssl_enabled
+ file = File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), "templates", "httpd-ssl.conf")
+ template = File.read(file)
+ ssl_buffer = ERB.new(template).result(binding)
+ buffer += ssl_buffer
+ end
+
+ put buffer, "#{shared_path}/httpd.conf", :mode => 0444
+ send(run_method, "cp #{shared_path}/httpd.conf #{apache_conf}")
+ send(run_method, "rm -f #{shared_path}/httpd.conf")
+ end
+
+ desc "Start Apache "
+ task :start, :roles => :web do
+ send(run_method, "#{apache_ctl} start")
+ end
+
+ desc "Restart Apache "
+ task :restart, :roles => :web do
+ send(run_method, "#{apache_ctl} restart")
+ end
+
+ desc "Stop Apache "
+ task :stop, :roles => :web do
+ send(run_method, "#{apache_ctl} stop")
+ end
+
+ desc "Reload Apache "
+ task :reload, :roles => :web do
+ send(run_method, "#{apache_ctl} reload")
+ end
+
+ end
+
+ def set_apache_conf
+ if apache_default_vhost
+ set :apache_conf, "/etc/httpd/conf/default.conf" unless apache_default_vhost_conf
+ else
+ set :apache_conf, "/etc/httpd/conf/apps/#{application}.conf" unless apache_conf
+ end
+ end
+
+end
3 resources/defaults.yaml
@@ -0,0 +1,3 @@
+---
+:debug: false
+
105 tools/rakehelp.rb
@@ -0,0 +1,105 @@
+
+def make(makedir)
+ Dir.chdir(makedir) do
+ sh(PLATFORM =~ /win32/ ? 'nmake' : 'make')
+ end
+end
+
+
+def extconf(dir)
+ Dir.chdir(dir) do ruby "extconf.rb" end
+end
+
+
+def setup_tests
+ Rake::TestTask.new do |t|
+ t.libs << "test"
+ t.test_files = FileList['test/test*.rb']
+ t.verbose = true
+ end
+end
+
+
+def setup_clean otherfiles
+ files = ['build/*', '**/*.o', '**/*.so', '**/*.a', 'lib/*-*', '**/*.log'] + otherfiles
+ CLEAN.include(files)
+end
+
+
+def setup_rdoc files
+ Rake::RDocTask.new do |rdoc|
+ rdoc.rdoc_dir = 'doc/rdoc'
+ rdoc.options << '--line-numbers'
+ rdoc.rdoc_files.add(files)
+ end
+end
+
+
+def setup_extension(dir, extension)
+ ext = "ext/#{dir}"
+ ext_so = "#{ext}/#{extension}.#{Config::CONFIG['DLEXT']}"
+ ext_files = FileList[
+ "#{ext}/*.c",
+ "#{ext}/*.h",
+ "#{ext}/extconf.rb",
+ "#{ext}/Makefile",
+ "lib"
+ ]
+
+ task "lib" do
+ directory "lib"
+ end
+
+ desc "Builds just the #{extension} extension"
+ task extension.to_sym => ["#{ext}/Makefile", ext_so ]
+
+ file "#{ext}/Makefile" => ["#{ext}/extconf.rb"] do
+ extconf "#{ext}"
+ end
+
+ file ext_so => ext_files do
+ make "#{ext}"
+ cp ext_so, "lib"
+ end
+end
+
+
+def base_gem_spec(pkg_name, pkg_version)
+ pkg_version = pkg_version
+ pkg_name = pkg_name
+ pkg_file_name = "#{pkg_name}-#{pkg_version}"
+ Gem::Specification.new do |s|
+ s.name = pkg_name
+ s.version = pkg_version
+ s.platform = Gem::Platform::RUBY
+ s.has_rdoc = true
+ s.extra_rdoc_files = [ "README" ]
+
+ s.files = %w(COPYING LICENSE README Rakefile) +
+ Dir.glob("{bin,doc/rdoc,test,lib}/**/*") +
+ Dir.glob("ext/**/*.{h,c,rb}") +
+ Dir.glob("examples/**/*.rb") +
+ Dir.glob("tools/*.rb")
+
+ s.require_path = "lib"
+ s.extensions = FileList["ext/**/extconf.rb"].to_a
+ s.bindir = "bin"
+ end
+end
+
+def setup_gem(pkg_name, pkg_version)
+ spec = base_gem_spec(pkg_name, pkg_version)
+ yield spec if block_given?
+
+ Rake::GemPackageTask.new(spec) do |p|
+ p.gem_spec = spec
+ p.need_tar = true
+ end
+end
+
+def setup_win32_gem(pkg_name, pkg_version)
+ spec = base_gem_spec(pkg_name, pkg_version)
+ yield spec if block_given?
+
+ Gem::Builder.new(spec).build
+end

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