a process monitor and deployment tool based on the mon(1) C process monitor
A CLI deployment and process monitoring tool, part of the taco modular deployment system for unix.
Uses the mon process monitor, written in C. Lets you manage and deploy processes from tarball streams.
npm install taco-mon -g
Usage: taco-mon <command>Commands:start start a process by namestop stop a process by namerestart stop and start a process by namedeploy deploy a new process from a tarballstatus get the status of all processeslink symlink an external program into the taco deploys folderclean remove all extracted tarballs not currently deployedRun 'taco-mon <command> -h' to view usage for a specific command
usage/ folder has full use for each command
Pipe a tarball into this and supply a path as the first argument. The tarball will be unpacked into a
versions/<name>-<timestamp> folder in the path you specified, symlinked to
deploys/<name>, and then
taco-mon restart will be run for you
You may pass any options for
taco-mon start to this command
Starts a process by name. Skips if the process is already started.
--start-with prefix the start command with a string--start-prefix alias for --start-with--on-error execute <cmd> on error--on-restart execute <cmd> on restarts--sleep sleep seconds before re-executing --attempts retry attempts within 60 seconds --prefix add a log prefix--logfile specify logfile [<name>.log]--pidfile write program pid to file [<name>.pid]--mon-pidfile write mon pid to file [<name>.mon.pid]--mon specify a custom mon executable to use
Pack up your app and move the tarball to your server somehow:
$ taco-pack . > myapp.tar.gz
$ cat myapp.tar.gz | taco-build "npm install --production" | taco-mon deploy .
taco-mon will deploy and start your process. You can then run
taco-mon status to view your process status.