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Capistrano recipe for Merb 0.5.3 in production

Further to my article about God, and using it for watching Merb it seemed like a good idea that I also post my capistrano recipe so people can get the complete picture :)

# MIT License
# 
# Copyright (c) 2008, Tim Perrett
# 
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# obtaining a copy of this software and associated 
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# to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the 
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set :application, "domain.com" 

set :repository, "svn://yourrepo.com/path/to/repo" 

# Set your SVN and SSH User
set :user, "sshuser" 
set :svn_user, "svnuser" 
#Set the full path to your application on the server
set :deploy_to, "/path/to/your/#{application}" 

# define your servers
role :app, "domain.com" 
role :web, "domain.com" 
role :db, "domain.com", :primary => true

desc "Link in the production extras" 
task :after_update_code do
  run "ln -nfs #{shared_path}/log #{release_path}/log" 
end

desc "Merb it up with" 
deploy.task :restart do
  # you need to add restart tasks for each port you plan 
  # to run merb on. Whilst this is a little long winded, 
  # it will ensure uptime compared to the sledge hammer
  # than is #{current_path}/script/stop_merb
  run "(cd #{current_path}; merb -k 4006); sleep 1; \
  #{current_path}/script/merb -u timperrett -G timperrett \
  -M #{current_path}/config/merb.yml -p 4006 \
  -e production -d" 
  run "(cd #{current_path}; merb -k 4007); sleep 1; \
  #{current_path}/script/merb -u timperrett -G timperrett \
  -M #{current_path}/config/merb.yml -p 4007 \
  -e production -d" 
end

Any problems, let me know :)

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