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devbook/README.md at master · barsoom/devbook
How to avoid the shitty behaviour of ActiveRecord wrt migration safety, particularly around removing/renaming columns. ugh, ActiveRecord
activerecord  fail  rails  mysql  sql  migrations  databases  schemas  releasing 
march 2015 by jm
soundcloud/lhm
The Large Hadron Migrator is a tool to perform live database migrations in a Rails app without locking.

The basic idea is to perform the migration online while the system is live, without locking the table. In contrast to OAK and the facebook tool, we only use a copy table and triggers. The Large Hadron is a test driven Ruby solution which can easily be dropped into an ActiveRecord or DataMapper migration. It presumes a single auto incremented numerical primary key called id as per the Rails convention. Unlike the twitter solution, it does not require the presence of an indexed updated_at column.
migrations  database  sql  ops  mysql  rails  ruby  lhm  soundcloud  activerecord 
march 2015 by jm
Rails migrations with no downtime
Ugh, Rails fail. It is impossible to drop a column from a Rails-managed table without downtime, even if nothing in the code accesses it (!!), without ugly hacks that don't even seem to work on recent versions of ActiveRecord.
activerecord  deploy  migrations  rails  ruby  sql  fail  downtime 
november 2014 by jm
Pillar
Manages migrations for your Cassandra data stores. Pillar grew from a desire to automatically manage Cassandra schema as code. Managing schema as code enables automated build and deployment, a foundational practice for an organization striving to achieve Continuous Delivery.

Pillar is to Cassandra what Rails ActiveRecord migrations or Play Evolutions are to relational databases with one key difference: Pillar is completely independent from any application development framework.
migrations  database  ops  pillar  cassandra  activerecord  scala  continuous-delivery  automation  build 
june 2014 by jm

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