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run.config:
engine: ruby
engine.config:
runtime: ruby-2.5
extra_packages:
# basic servers:
- nginx
- nodejs
# for images:
- ImageMagick
- jemalloc
# for videos:
- ffmpeg3
# to prep the .env file:
- gettext-tools
# for node-gyp, used in the asset compilation process:
- python-2
# i18n:
- libidn
cache_dirs:
- node_modules
extra_path_dirs:
- node_modules/.bin
build_triggers:
- .ruby-version
- Gemfile
- Gemfile.lock
- package.json
- yarn.lock
extra_steps:
- cp .env.nanobox .env
- yarn
fs_watch: true
deploy.config:
extra_steps:
- NODE_ENV=production bundle exec rake assets:precompile
transform:
- "envsubst < /app/.env.nanobox > /app/.env.production"
- |-
if [ -z "$LOCAL_DOMAIN" ]
then
. /app/.env.production
export LOCAL_DOMAIN
fi
erb /app/nanobox/nginx-web.conf.erb > /app/nanobox/nginx-web.conf
erb /app/nanobox/nginx-stream.conf.erb > /app/nanobox/nginx-stream.conf
- touch /app/log/production.log
before_live:
web.web:
- bundle exec rake db:migrate:setup
- |-
if [[ "${ES_ENABLED}" != "false" ]]
then
bundle exec rake chewy:deploy
fi
web.web:
start:
nginx: nginx -c /app/nanobox/nginx-web.conf
rails: bundle exec puma -C /app/config/puma.rb
routes:
- '/'
writable_dirs:
- tmp
log_watch:
rails: 'log/production.log'
network_dirs:
data.storage:
- public/system
web.stream:
start:
nginx: nginx -c /app/nanobox/nginx-stream.conf
node: yarn run start
routes:
- '/api/v1/streaming*'
# Somehow we're getting requests for scheme://domain//api/v1/streaming* - match those, too
- '//api/v1/streaming*'
writable_dirs:
- tmp
worker.sidekiq:
start:
default: bundle exec sidekiq -c 5 -q default -L /app/log/sidekiq.log
mailers: bundle exec sidekiq -c 5 -q mailers -L /app/log/sidekiq.log
pull: bundle exec sidekiq -c 5 -q pull -L /app/log/sidekiq.log
push: bundle exec sidekiq -c 5 -q push -L /app/log/sidekiq.log
writable_dirs:
- tmp
log_watch:
rails: 'log/production.log'
sidekiq: 'log/sidekiq.log'
network_dirs:
data.storage:
- public/system
worker.cron_only:
start: sleep 365d
writable_dirs:
- tmp
log_watch:
rake: 'log/production.log'
network_dirs:
data.storage:
- public/system
cron:
# 20:00 (8 pm), server time: send out the daily digest emails to everyone
# who opted to receive one
- id: send_digest_emails
schedule: '00 20 * * *'
command: 'bundle exec rake mastodon:emails:digest'
# 00:10 (ten past midnight), server time: remove local copies of remote
# users' media once they are older than a certain age (use NUM_DAYS evar to
# change this from the default of 7 days)
- id: clear_remote_media
schedule: '10 00 * * *'
command: 'bundle exec rake mastodon:media:remove_remote'
# 00:20 (twenty past midnight), server time: remove subscriptions to remote
# users that nobody follows locally (anymore)
- id: clear_unfollowed_subs
schedule: '20 00 * * *'
command: 'bundle exec rake mastodon:push:clear'
# 00:30 (half past midnight), server time: update local copies of remote
# users' avatars to match whatever they currently have set on their profile
- id: update_remote_avatars
schedule: '30 00 * * *'
command: 'bundle exec rake mastodon:media:redownload_avatars'
############################################################################
# This task is one you might want to enable, or might not. It keeps disk
# usage low, but makes "shadow bans" (scenarios where the user is silenced,
# but not intended to be made aware that the silencing has occurred) much
# more difficult to put in place, as users would then notice their media is
# vanishing on a regular basis. Enable it if you aren't worried about users
# knowing they've been silenced (on the instance level), and want to save
# disk space. Leave it disabled otherwise.
############################################################################
# # 00:00 (midnight), server time: remove media posted by silenced users
# - id: clear_silenced_media
# schedule: '00 00 * * *'
# command: 'bundle exec rake mastodon:media:remove_silenced'
############################################################################
# The following two tasks can be uncommented to automatically open and close
# registrations on a schedule. The format of 'schedule' is a standard cron
# time expression: minute hour day month day-of-week; search for "cron
# time expressions" for more info on how to set these up. The examples here
# open registration only from 8 am to 4 pm, server time.
############################################################################
# # 08:00 (8 am), server time: open registrations so new users can join
# - id: open_registrations
# schedule: '00 08 * * *'
# command: 'bundle exec rake mastodon:settings:open_registrations'
#
# # 16:00 (4 pm), server time: close registrations so new users *can't* join
# - id: close_registrations
# schedule: '00 16 * * *'
# command: 'bundle exec rake mastodon:settings:close_registrations'
data.db:
image: nanobox/postgresql:9.6
cron:
- id: backup
schedule: '0 3 * * *'
command: |
PGPASSWORD=${DATA_DB_PASS} pg_dump -U ${DATA_DB_USER} -w -Fc -O gonano |
gzip |
curl -k -H "X-AUTH-TOKEN: ${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_TOKEN}" https://${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_HOST}:7410/blobs/backup-${HOSTNAME}-$(date -u +%Y-%m-%d.%H-%M-%S).sql.gz -X POST -T - >&2
curl -k -s -H "X-AUTH-TOKEN: ${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_TOKEN}" https://${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_HOST}:7410/blobs/ |
sed 's/,/\n/g' |
grep ${HOSTNAME} |
sort |
head -n-${BACKUP_COUNT:-1} |
sed 's/.*: \?"\(.*\)".*/\1/' |
while read file
do
curl -k -H "X-AUTH-TOKEN: ${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_TOKEN}" https://${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_HOST}:7410/blobs/${file} -X DELETE
done
data.elastic:
image: nanobox/elasticsearch:5
cron:
- id: backup
schedule: '0 3 * * *'
command: |
id=$(cat /proc/sys/kernel/random/uuid)
curl -X PUT -H "Content-Type: application/json" "127.0.0.1:9200/_snapshot/${id}" -d "{\"type\": \"fs\",\"settings\": {\"location\": \"/var/tmp/${id}\",\"compress\": true}}"
curl -X PUT -H "Content-Type: application/json" "127.0.0.1:9200/_snapshot/${id}/backup?wait_for_completion=true&pretty"
tar -cz -C "/var/tmp/${id}" . |
curl -k -H "X-AUTH-TOKEN: ${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_TOKEN}" https://${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_HOST}:7410/blobs/backup-${HOSTNAME}-$(date -u +%Y-%m-%d.%H-%M-%S).tgz -X POST -T - >&2
curl -X DELETE -H "Content-Type: application/json" "127.0.0.1:9200/_snapshot/${id}"
rm -rf "/var/tmp/${id}"
curl -k -s -H "X-AUTH-TOKEN: ${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_TOKEN}" https://${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_HOST}:7410/blobs/ |
sed 's/,/\n/g' |
grep ${HOSTNAME} |
sort |
head -n-${BACKUP_COUNT:-1} |
sed 's/.*: \?"\(.*\)".*/\1/' |
while read file
do
curl -k -H "X-AUTH-TOKEN: ${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_TOKEN}" https://${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_HOST}:7410/blobs/${file} -X DELETE
done
data.redis:
image: nanobox/redis:4.0
cron:
- id: backup
schedule: '0 3 * * *'
command: |
curl -k -H "X-AUTH-TOKEN: ${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_TOKEN}" https://${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_HOST}:7410/blobs/backup-${HOSTNAME}-$(date -u +%Y-%m-%d.%H-%M-%S).rdb -X POST -T /data/var/db/redis/dump.rdb >&2
curl -k -s -H "X-AUTH-TOKEN: ${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_TOKEN}" https://${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_HOST}:7410/blobs/ |
sed 's/,/\n/g' |
grep ${HOSTNAME} |
sort |
head -n-${BACKUP_COUNT:-1} |
sed 's/.*: \?"\(.*\)".*/\1/' |
while read file
do
curl -k -H "X-AUTH-TOKEN: ${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_TOKEN}" https://${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_HOST}:7410/blobs/${file} -X DELETE
done
data.storage:
image: nanobox/unfs:0.9
cron:
- id: backup
schedule: '0 3 * * *'
command: |
tar cz -C /data/var/db/unfs/ . |
curl -k -H "X-AUTH-TOKEN: ${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_TOKEN}" https://${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_HOST}:7410/blobs/backup-${HOSTNAME}-$(date -u +%Y-%m-%d.%H-%M-%S).tgz -X POST -T - >&2
curl -k -s -H "X-AUTH-TOKEN: ${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_TOKEN}" https://${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_HOST}:7410/blobs/ |
sed 's/,/\n/g' |
grep ${HOSTNAME} |
sort |
head -n-${BACKUP_COUNT:-1} |
sed 's/.*: \?"\(.*\)".*/\1/' |
while read file
do
curl -k -H "X-AUTH-TOKEN: ${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_TOKEN}" https://${WAREHOUSE_DATA_HOARDER_HOST}:7410/blobs/${file} -X DELETE
done
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