nodeploy

Deploy a commit after a successful build

nodeploy

Automatic deployment script to facilitate deployment of a Node application to a production server after a successful build.

First it pulls in the successful build from git, and installs dependencies. Then it takes a copy to the releaseDir (defaults to $HOME/relases), copies the diff to the deployDir and finally restarts the app as specified in restartService run-script in package.json.

The following options are required - also, every directory must exist! (this should probably be changed, so the directory simply is created if it doesn't exist).

Which branch to deploy. Should probably always be the branch containing the successful build - e.g. $TRAVIS_BRANCH.

Which commit to deploy. To deploy the successfully build commit from Travis, use $TRAVIS_COMMIT.

Directory containing the git repository.

Directory containing the app. Files in this directory will be changed to match the new release.

  • Remember to create a deploy key and add to github.
  • --releaseDir defaults to $HOME/releases
  • All directories must exist.

Using ssh with an authorized_keys entry like(travis pubkey gives you the repository's public key):

command="deploy $SSH_ORIGINAL_COMMAND",no-port-forwarding,no-X11-forwarding,\
no-agent-forwarding,no-pty ssh-rsa AAAA...==

Put the following in your .travis.yml file - this should work for private repository's build by travis-ci.com.

after_success:
  - ssh -o StrictHostKeyChecking=no [user@]hostname "deploy -b $TRAVIS_BRANCH -c $TRAVIS_COMMIT --repoDir <path> --deployDir <path>"