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Puma integration for Capistrano 3
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 Dependencies

Runtime

>= 4.0, < 6.0
 Project Readme

Gem Version

Capistrano::Puma

Installation

Add this line to your application's Gemfile:

gem 'capistrano3-puma', github: "seuros/capistrano-puma"

or:

gem 'capistrano3-puma' , group: :development

And then execute:

$ bundle

Usage

    # Capfile

    require 'capistrano/puma'
    install_plugin Capistrano::Puma  # Default puma tasks
    install_plugin Capistrano::Puma::Systemd

To prevent loading the hooks of the plugin, add false to the load_hooks param.

    # Capfile

    install_plugin Capistrano::Puma, load_hooks: false  # Default puma tasks without hooks

To make it work with rvm, rbenv and chruby, install the plugin after corresponding library inclusion.

    # Capfile

    require 'capistrano/rbenv'
    require 'capistrano/puma'
    install_plugin Capistrano::Puma

Config

Puma configuration is expected to be in config/puma.rb or config/puma/#{fetch(:puma_env)}.rb and checked in your repository. Uploading the configuration via capistrano was removed as it was causing problems with custom configurations.

Example

A sample application is provided to show how to use this gem at https://github.com/seuros/capistrano-example-app

Systemd Socket Activation

Systemd socket activation starts your app upon first request if it is not already running

    set :puma_enable_socket_service, true

For more information on socket activation have a look at the systemd.socket man page.

To restart the listening socket using Systemd run

cap puma:systemd:restart_socket

This would also restart the puma instance as the puma service depends on the socket service being active

Other configs

Configurable options, shown here with defaults: Please note the configuration options below are not required unless you are trying to override a default setting, for instance if you are deploying on a host on which you do not have sudo or root privileges and you need to restrict the path. These settings go in the deploy.rb file.

    set :puma_user, fetch(:user)
    set :puma_role, :web
    set :puma_service_unit_env_files, []
    set :puma_service_unit_env_vars, []

Notes: If you are setting values for variables that might be used by other plugins, use append instead of set. For example:

append :rbenv_map_bins, 'puma', 'pumactl'

Nginx documentation

Nginx documentation was moved to nginx.md

Contributing

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request