Unicorn doesn't play nice with Capistrano deployment?
normalperson at yhbt.net
Wed May 9 20:07:30 UTC 2012
Luis Fernando Urrea <lfurrea at simplecs.net> wrote:
> I am having issues when using unicorn with a Capistrano deployment.
> >From what I have been able to understand Capistrano uses a scheme in
> wich every release is deployed inside the releases directory under a
> unique name and if the transaction was successful, creates a symlink
> named current that will point to that release.
> So I end up with a deployment directory such as:
> Then when I try to start unicorn from the binstubs directory all the
> unicorn methods look for things in the following path, particularly in
> the configurator.rb module:
> I haven't been able to fully understand how unicorn sets the
> working_directory from here:
Just put the following line at the top of your config file:
When I used Capistrano, I would start unicorn inside the "current"
directory to avoid that config line:
unicorn -c $PWD/config/unicorn.conf.rb
That said, I don't deploy with Capistrano anymore. I package apps into
gem/rpm/deb/any-other-packaging-system for multi-machine deployments,
and use a git checkout for single-instance deployments.
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