Simple Meteor Deployment for RHEL/CentOS 7+
Deploy your Meteor app on RHEL flavoured boxes via SSH, and keep your apps alive with systemd. Your app is served through reverse proxy by nginx. Based on meteor-up.
npm install -g mplz
Simply run in your Meteor project's directory:
You'll get a prompt to automatically configure a
mplz.json for your project.
2. Setup Your Environment
Once you've got a configuration file, you can spin up your server, then use this command inside your project directory to install the production environment (nodejs, mongodb, nginx):
Now go grab a coffee, because it will probably take some time for all the things to install.
3. Deploy Your App
After the server setup is done, you can run this command to deploy your app:
mplz init Reconfigures your app's
mplz.json settings file.
mplz setup Sets up your server according to your
mplz deploy Deploys your app according to your
mplz reconfig Apply any configuration changes if your
mplz.json has been modified since last setup.
mplz start Starts your app. (systemd)
mplz stop Stops your app. (systemd)
mplz restart Restarts your app. (systemd)
mplz delete Deletes your app from the deployment directory.
- Multiple instances/load balancing/oplog tailing
- Prompt cleanup/validation
- Support for node apps
- Exclude folders