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Easier Docker based deployments to AWS.

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  • Python 3.6
  • ssh
  • ssh-agent
  • gpg
  • psql
  • awscli
  1. Configure your AWS credentials as usual (aws configure).
    1. fuku profile ls to see available profiles.
    2. fuku profile sl <name> to select your profile.
  2. fuku profile bucket <bucket> to set a workspace for Fuku.
    1. fuku region ls to see available regions.
    2. fuku region sl <region> to select a region.
    1. fuku cluster ls to see available clusters.
    2. fuku cluster sl <cluster> to select a cluster.
    3. Enter password to access cluster key file.
    1. fuku app ls to see available apps.
    2. fuku app sl <app> to select an app.
    1. fuku pg ls to see available DBs.
    2. fuku pg sl <db> to select a DB.
    3. Enter password to access PGPASS file.

At this point you have configured your session for a particular cluster, application, and database. For convenience it’s best to cache the session for easy retrieval:

fuku session save <name>

fuku session load <name>

To download the current database:

fuku pg dump

To overwrite a database with new content (CAUTION):

fuku pg restore <filename>

To access one of the nodes in the cluster directly:

fuku node ssh <name>

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