Speed up CI builds by caching rubygems bundle to Amazon S3.
When running a CI build, you have a clean system. That means that you have to install dependencies with bundler. It takes a lot of time and its very slow. Especially when you test suite runs for 20 seconds but bundle install runs for more than 2 minutes. Every single time.
bundle_chache is here to help. It uploads a bundle tarball to Amazon S3, so
next time installation will be faster and consume less traffic. Double kill.
Example: 204.17 seconds bundle install reduced to 15.96 seconds
Make sure you have Go 1.2 installed and
GOPATH is set. Then run:
go get go build bundle_cache.go
Usage: bundle_cache [OPTIONS] Help Options: -h, --help= Show this help message Application Options: --prefix= Custom archive filename (default: current dir) --path= Path to directory with .bundle (default: current) --access-key= S3 Access key --secret-key= S3 Secret key --bucket= S3 Bucket name
Or you can set S3 credentials for current session:
export S3_ACCESS_KEY=MYKEY export S3_SECRET_KEY=MYSECRET export S3_BUCKET=MYBUCKET
And then run (within project directory):
bundle_cache download bundle_cache upload
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Copyright (c) 2013-2014 Dan Sosedoff firstname.lastname@example.org