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Add Heroku deployment support

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Effy Elden 6 years ago
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  1. 1
      Procfile
  2. 13
      README.md
  3. 91
      app.json
  4. 2
      config/cable.yml
  5. 12
      config/environments/production.rb
  6. 1
      config/initializers/redis.rb
  7. 5
      config/initializers/sidekiq.rb
  8. 5
      config/puma.rb

1
Procfile

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web: bundle exec puma -C config/puma.rb

13
README.md

@ -118,6 +118,19 @@ Which will re-create the updated containers, leaving databases and data as is. D
Docker is great for quickly trying out software, but it has its drawbacks too. If you prefer to run Mastodon without using Docker, refer to the [production guide](https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/wiki/Production-guide) for examples, configuration and instructions.
## Deployment on Heroku (experimental)
[![Deploy](https://www.herokucdn.com/deploy/button.svg)](https://heroku.com/deploy)
Mastodon can theoretically run indefinitely on a free [Heroku](https://heroku.com) app. It should be noted this has limited testing and could have unpredictable results.
1. Click the above button.
2. Fill in the options requested.
* You can use a .herokuapp.com domain, which will be simple to set up, or you can use a custom domain. If you want a custom domain and HTTPS, you will need to upgrade to a paid plan (to use Heroku's SSL features), or set up [CloudFlare](https://cloudflare.com) who offer free "Flexible SSL" (note: CloudFlare have some undefined limits on WebSockets. So far, no one has reported hitting concurrent connection limits).
* You will want Amazon S3 for file storage. The only exception is for development purposes, where you may not care if files are not saaved. Follow a guide online for creating a free Amazon S3 bucket and Access Key, then enter the details.
* If you want your Mastodon to be able to send emails, configure SMTP settings here (or later). Consider using [Mailgun](https://mailgun.com) or similar, who offer free plans that should suit your interests.
3. Deploy! The app should be set up, with a working web interface and database. You can change settings and manage versions from the Heroku dashboard.
## Development with Vagrant
A quick way to get a development environment up and running is with Vagrant. You will need recent versions of [Vagrant](https://www.vagrantup.com/) and [VirtualBox](https://www.virtualbox.org/) installed.

91
app.json

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{
"name": "Mastodon",
"description": "A GNU Social-compatible microblogging server",
"repository": "https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon",
"logo": "https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/raw/master/app/assets/images/logo.png",
"env": {
"HEROKU": {
"description": "Leave this as true",
"value": "true",
"required": true
},
"LOCAL_DOMAIN": {
"description": "The domain that your Mastodon instance will run on (this can be appname.herokuapp.com or a custom domain)",
"required": true
},
"LOCAL_HTTPS": {
"description": "Will your domain support HTTPS? (Automatic for herokuapp, requires manual configuration for custom domains)",
"value": "false",
"required": true
},
"PAPERCLIP_SECRET": {
"description": "The secret key for storing media files",
"generator": "secret"
},
"SECRET_KEY_BASE": {
"description": "The secret key base",
"generator": "secret"
},
"SINGLE_USER_MODE": {
"description": "Should the instance run in single user mode? (Disable registrations, redirect to front page)",
"value": "false",
"required": true
},
"S3_ENABLED": {
"description": "Should Mastodon use Amazon S3 for storage? This is highly recommended, as Heroku does not have persistent file storage (files will be lost).",
"value": "true",
"required": false
},
"S3_BUCKET": {
"description": "Amazon S3 Bucket",
"required": false
},
"S3_REGION": {
"description": "Amazon S3 region that the bucket is located in",
"required": false
},
"AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID": {
"description": "Amazon S3 Access Key",
"required": false
},
"AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY": {
"description": "Amazon S3 Secret Key",
"required": false
},
"SMTP_SERVER": {
"description": "Hostname for SMTP server, if you want to enable email",
"required": false
},
"SMTP_PORT": {
"description": "Port for SMTP server",
"required": false
},
"SMTP_LOGIN": {
"description": "Username for SMTP server",
"required": false
},
"SMTP_PASSWORD": {
"description": "Password for SMTP server",
"required": false
},
"SMTP_DOMAIN": {
"description": "Domain for SMTP server. Will default to instance domain if blank.",
"required": false
}
},
"buildpacks": [
{
"url": "heroku/nodejs"
},
{
"url": "heroku/ruby"
}
],
"scripts": {
"postdeploy": "bundle exec rails db:migrate && bundle exec rails db:seed"
},
"addons": [
"heroku-postgresql",
"heroku-redis"
]
}

2
config/cable.yml

@ -7,4 +7,4 @@ test:
production:
adapter: redis
url: redis://<%= ENV['REDIS_HOST'] || 'localhost' %>:<%= ENV['REDIS_PORT'] || 6379 %>/1
url: redis://<%= ENV['REDIS_PASSWORD'] ? ':' + ENV['REDIS_PASSWORD'] + '@' : '' %><%= ENV['REDIS_HOST'] || 'localhost' %>:<%= ENV['REDIS_PORT'] || 6379 %>/1

12
config/environments/production.rb

@ -45,10 +45,20 @@ Rails.application.configure do
# Use a different logger for distributed setups.
# config.logger = ActiveSupport::TaggedLogging.new(SyslogLogger.new)
# Parse and split the REDIS_URL if passed (used with hosting platforms such as Heroku).
# Set ENV variables because they are used elsewhere.
if ENV['REDIS_URL']
redis_url = URI.parse(ENV['REDIS_URL'])
ENV['REDIS_HOST'] = redis_url.host
ENV['REDIS_PORT'] = redis_url.port.to_s
ENV['REDIS_PASSWORD'] = redis_url.password
end
# Use a different cache store in production.
config.cache_store = :redis_store, {
host: ENV.fetch('REDIS_HOST') { 'localhost' },
port: ENV.fetch('REDIS_PORT') { 6379 },
password: ENV.fetch('REDIS_PASSWORD') { false },
db: 0,
namespace: 'cache',
expires_in: 20.minutes
@ -85,7 +95,7 @@ Rails.application.configure do
:address => ENV['SMTP_SERVER'],
:user_name => ENV['SMTP_LOGIN'],
:password => ENV['SMTP_PASSWORD'],
:domain => config.x.local_domain,
:domain => ENV['SMTP_DOMAIN'] || config.x.local_domain,
:authentication => :plain,
}

1
config/initializers/redis.rb

@ -3,5 +3,6 @@
Redis.current = Redis.new(
host: ENV.fetch('REDIS_HOST') { 'localhost' },
port: ENV.fetch('REDIS_PORT') { 6379 },
password: ENV.fetch('REDIS_PASSWORD') { false },
driver: :hiredis
)

5
config/initializers/sidekiq.rb

@ -1,10 +1,11 @@
host = ENV.fetch('REDIS_HOST') { 'localhost' }
port = ENV.fetch('REDIS_PORT') { 6379 }
password = ENV.fetch('REDIS_PASSWORD') { false }
Sidekiq.configure_server do |config|
config.redis = { host: host, port: port }
config.redis = { host: host, port: port, password: password}
end
Sidekiq.configure_client do |config|
config.redis = { host: host, port: port }
config.redis = { host: host, port: port, password: password }
end

5
config/puma.rb

@ -40,6 +40,11 @@ preload_app!
# cannot share connections between processes.
#
on_worker_boot do
if ENV["HEROKU"] #Spwan the workers from Puma, to only use one dyno
@sidekiq_pid ||= spawn('bundle exec sidekiq -q default -q mailers -q push')
end
ActiveRecord::Base.establish_connection if defined?(ActiveRecord)
end

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