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Install on booster host with its own subdomain and with MySQL as database backend

Added by ancorgs almost 10 years ago. Updated over 9 years ago.

Status:
Closed
Priority:
Normal
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Category:
Other
Start date:
2013-04-16
Due date:
% Done:

100%

Estimated time:
6.00 h

Description

Application should be running in the openSUSE infrastructure (boosters machine). The current demo is hosted in Heroku. I have had some problems to make it work with the all version of MySQL that we are using right now.

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#1 Updated by ancorgs almost 10 years ago

  • % Done changed from 0 to 70
  • Status changed from New to In Progress

It's already running on boosters. In fact, it's not running under its own subdomain, but in http://connect.opensuse.org/travel-support/ as we wanted to the application to be part of the connect infrastructure.

The application is still using sqlite. Mysql configuration is pending because of some versions incompatibility.

#2 Updated by ancorgs almost 10 years ago

Changing from the previous approach (proxy server and delayed_job both managed by a init.d script) to the approach used by darix for other applications (fcgi + delayed_job managed by a init.d script). A lot of work as all the previously deployed applications are using ruby 1.8 and Rails 2. fcgi is in some way deprecated in Rails 3 and making a ruby 1.9 + rvm + rails3 application run in this setup was hard. But is working smoothly now.

#3 Updated by ancorgs almost 10 years ago

exception_notification configured. I was not able to force an error in order to check if it's really working (good news, in fact). Manually raised some errors and now I'm sure that it's working.

#4 Updated by ancorgs over 9 years ago

  • % Done changed from 70 to 100
  • Status changed from In Progress to Closed

Mysql was never configured. Currently running with sqlite fairly ok. I'm closing this issue although a better setup is still needed.

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