infovore + deployment   22

#37220 (Improvement symlinks on wp-config.php) – WordPress Trac
Handling Wordpress configuration when you're pointing to symlinked files. This flummoxed me for a bit. Solved!
wordpress  unix  symlink  deployment 
march 2017 by infovore
jlord on the internet | Fork n Go
"All it takes to get a website going for a repository on GitHub is a branch named gh-pages containing web files. You also don’t need a master branch, you can have a repo with just one branch named gh-pages. Here is what I think is really cool, if you fork a project with just a gh-pages branch, you’re only a commit away from having a live version yourself. If this repo being forked is using sheetsee.js then everyone is a fork, commit and spreadsheet away from having a live website connected to an easy (a familiar spreadsheet UI and no ‘publish’ flow because Google autosaves) to use database that they manage (control permissions, review revision history)." Very smart.
development  software  deployment  code  spreadsheets  javascript 
august 2013 by infovore
Why are you still deploying overnight? | Brian Crescimanno
"The claim is that by avoiding the daylight hours, fewer customers will be impacted by the rollout.  Problem 1: You presume there will be problems that impact availability.  You have no confidence in your code quality; or (or maybe, and), you have no confidence in your infrastructure and deployment process.  If you lack confidence that your new system is ready for production, you probably shouldn’t be pushing it to production!"
software  development  ops  deployment 
october 2011 by infovore
Deploying with Bundler and Capistrano
Useful notes on the modern way of deploying Rails applications with Bundler and Capistrano.
rails  capistrano  bundler  ruby  deployment 
june 2011 by infovore
Passenger Preference Pane · Fingertips
"The Passenger preference pane is a preference pane for Mac OS X, it enables you to configure a Rails or Rack application in a matter of seconds." It does. It's very good.
preferencepane  osx  ruby  apache  passenger  rack  deployment 
march 2010 by infovore
Heroku | Push and Pull Databases To and From Heroku
"A frequent question people ask us is “how do I transfer my database between my local workstation and my Heroku app?”" The answer is: using taps. Database push/pull, to/from Heroku, and to/from different database vendors. Very, very clever.
ruby  database  deployment  heroku 
march 2009 by infovore
scraplab : instant sinatra deployment with heroku
Tom's been poking Heroku, and now, so have I. It's proper brilliant: a rackup file, a tiny Sinatra app, and the Heroku gem, and you're building webapps in ten minutes. It's crazy and brilliant, and exactly the kind of thing of which we need more of.
programming  ruby  web  brilliant  deployment  heroku  lightweight  sinatra 
march 2009 by infovore
Building and Scaling a Startup on Rails: 12 Things We Learned the Hard Way - Axon Flux - A Ruby on Rails Blog
Some well-worn tales here, but also some good new ones, particularly when it comes to query-profiling and all forms of caching.
tips  ruby  performance  development  web  rails  scaling  deployment 
february 2009 by infovore
dormando - Dormando's [crappy] Operations Mantras
SixApart's MySQL DBA shares some thoughts on running tight ops ships. Lots of good wisdom in here.
operations  hosting  deployment  development  server  web  maintenance  practice 
february 2008 by infovore
SwitchPipe - Process Manager and Proxy for Rapid Web App Deployment
"SwitchPipe is a proof of concept "Web application server" or, more accurately, a Web application process manager and request proxy." Wow. Peter Cooper comes good on his "RBoss" concept. Could be interesting to see if there's mileage in this.
ruby  python  webapplication  hosting  deployment  web  server  rails  django 
february 2008 by infovore
RubyWorks overview - ThoughtWorks Studios
"This free, open source LAMP production stack for RedHat Enterprise Edition, CentOS, Debian, and Ubuntu will allow users to quickly put Rails applications on production servers."
ruby  rubyonrails  rails  thoughtworks  deployment  linux  server  package 
october 2007 by infovore
BlogFish: Webistrano - Capistrano deployment the easy way
Webistrano is a Web UI for managing Capistrano deployments. It lets you manage projects and their stages like test, production, and staging with different settings. Those stages can then be deployed with Capistrano through Webistrano.
capistrano  rails  deployment  rubyonrails  hosting  infrastructure 
september 2007 by infovore
The Perfect Rails/Debian/Lighttpd Stack...
Apart from the fact the whole lighttpd/fastcgi stack is a bit old-hat, some useful reminders for those of use not so used to Debian...
rails  debian  lighttpd  deployment  ruby  howto  linux 
june 2007 by infovore
Capistrano Concepts: PeepCode Screencasts for Ruby on Rails Developers
If this is as good as Geoffrey's other screencasts, it'll be very useful for me to crack my Capistrano-fear...
ruby  rubyonrails  rails  deployment  capistrano 
january 2007 by infovore
My Rails Toolbox
Awesome selection of tips, and some new plugins I'd not heard of. Lots to take stock off.
ruby  rails  rubyonrails  plugin  deployment  architecture 
october 2006 by infovore
TextDrive Community Forum / Mongrel on TxD
What it says on the tin. Could be very, very useful...
mongrel  textdrive  deployment  hosting 
september 2006 by infovore
The Web Is a Pipe
I decided to make my presentation a call to action to, once and for all, put a big fat finger in FastCGI’s eye and move on.
ruby  rails  rubyonrails  deployment  apache  lighttpd  fcgi  fastcgi  mongrel 
june 2006 by infovore
Getting Started With ActiveRecord Migrations
Because, you know, at some point I'm going to have to dive into using them quite hard...
database  development  deployment  versioncontrol  rails  rubyonrails 
may 2006 by infovore
TextDrive Gem question
Locking the core Rails gems' versions. Useful, if it's still valid syntax (Rails moves a lot in a year)
rails  rubyonrails  deployment  hosting 
may 2006 by infovore

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