DJANGO + FAbric + GUnicorn + NGInx + Supervisor deployment
django-fagungis allow you to easy setup and deploy your django project on your linux server. django-fagungis will install and configure for you:
Patches are welcome! Feel free to fork and contribute to this project on:
There are a few different ways to install Fagungis:
If you have pip install available on your system, just type:
pip install django-fagungis
If you’ve already got an old version of Fagungis, and want to upgrade, use:
pip install -U django-fagungis
Installing from a directory
If you’ve obtained a copy of Fagungis using either Mercurial or a downloadable archive, you’ll need to install the copy you have system-wide. Try running:
python setup.py develop
If that fails, you don’t have setuptools or an equivalent installed; either install them, or run:
python setup.py install
How to use fagungis?
If you have already installed Fagungis, you must proceed with the configuration of your project.
First of all you must configure your project task settings. To do this we have prepared for you an example file in path/to/fagungis/example_fabfile.py so you can create a copy of this file and modify it according to your needs.
You can find also an online version of example_fabfile.py here: https://bitbucket.org/DNX/django-fagungis/src/tip/fagungis/example_fabfile.py
Please pay attention to not have any tasks in your fabfile.py called:
because these names are reserved by Fagungis.
Test your configuration first!
Fagungis come with its own automatic configuration tests. Each time you run setup or deploy task, configuration tests are called. Anyway, you can manually run these tests for your project configuration:
fab project_name test_configuration
If you run test_configuration manually, you’ll observe some output about all your project settings.
Do you need an example?
Ok, let’s assume you want to configure your django project called “projectus”. So, what we know about it? we know:
- the project is called projectus
- the git repository is email@example.com:DNX/projectus.git
- the ip of the server where you want to host it is: 18.104.22.168
- you want to use the domain www.projectus.org which point to 22.214.171.124
Ok, it’s enough to configure and deploy your project, let’s do it! Clone example_fabfile.py:
cp path/to/fagungis/example_fabfile.py path/to/projectus/fabfile.py
wget -O fabfile.py https://bitbucket.org/DNX/django-fagungis/raw/tip/fagungis/example_fabfile.py
Now apply some changes to earlier cloned fabfile.py file in your project root:
change task name:
# from: @task def example(): # to: @task def projectus():
change project name:
# from: env.project = 'example_production' # to: env.project = 'projectus'
# from: env.repository = 'https://bitbucket.org/DNX/example' # to: env.repository = 'firstname.lastname@example.org:DNX/projectus.git'
change server ip:
# from: env.hosts = ['email@example.com', ] # to: env.hosts = ['firstname.lastname@example.org', ]
change nginx server name:
# from: env.nginx_server_name = 'example.com' # to: env.nginx_server_name = 'projectus.org'
not, let’s test our configuration:
fab projectus test_configuration
you must see a message:
Configuration tests passed!
Setup your project
Assuming you’ve configured your project now you are ready to launch the setup:
fab projectus setup
during this process you can see all the output of the commands launched on the server. At some point you may be asked for some information as django user password(if django user did not exist before) or repository password to clone your project. At the end of this task you must view a message saying that the setup successful ended. Now you can go on with the deployment of the project. Please test manualy the setup at least at the first time following this guide:: https://bitbucket.org/DNX/django-fagungis/wiki/Setup_test
Deploy the project
After you’ve run the setup you’re ready to deploy your project. This is as simple as typing:
fab projectus deploy
As for setup you may be asked for some info during the deployment. At the end you must view a message saying that the deployment successful ended. Now navigate to http://projectus.org in your browser and assure that everything is O.K.
How to test fagungis?
Please test all operations manualy, at least at the first time, following this guide:
This will increase your confidence in using fagungis.
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