This script will pull your server code from a GitHub repo and deploy it on any Ubuntu VM.
usage: deploy [-b branch] [-c access_token] [-t test_folder] [-m module_name] [-v variable_name] [-s subdirectory] [-e deploy_env] [-p deploy_port] [-k kill_port|all] owner repo_name
sudo bash deploy.sh tash-had my-app
sudo bash deploy.sh -s server tash-had my-app(deploy the code in the subdirectory "server" within the repo)
sudo bash deploy.sh -p 8000 tash-had my-app(deploy to port 8000)
sudo bash deploy.sh -b prod tash-had my-app(deploy branch "prod")
sudo bash deploy.sh -k 3000 tash-had my-app(kill deployed instance on port 3000)
sudo bash deploy.sh -c GITHUB_ACCESS_TOKEN tash-had my-app(deploy code from private repo "my-app")
owner a GitHub username or organization name.
repo_name the repo to deploy. should be owned by
owner. If the repo is private, the
-c argument must be provided.
-b branch: the branch you wish to deploy. Defaults to master.
-c credential: an access token with Read access to
repo_name. This is only required if your repo is private.
-t test folder: the name of the test folder. Defaults to "tests".
-m module name: the name of the root Flask module file. Defaults to "app.py".
-v variable name: the WSGI callable variable that should be in your root flask module (see
-m). For example, if in your root file (
app.py), if you have
a = Flask(__name__), then your variable name is
a. Defaults to
-s subdirectory: the folder in your repo that has the server code.
-e environment: the deployment environment (ie. 'development'). This value is used to set the
APP_CONFIG environment variable. Defaults to "development".
-p port: the port to deploy on. Defaults to "5000".
-k kill: kills the deployment running on the given port and removes associated project files. If you pass "all" as the argument to this flag, it will kill all deployed instances on the server.