To deploy from a private GitHub repository:
application '/srv/myapp' do git '[email protected]:example/myapp.git' do deploy_key chef_vault_item('deploy_keys', 'myapp')['key'] end end
Chef 12.1 or newer is required.
application_git resource deploys code from git. It extends the core
resource to support deploy keys and disabling strict host key verification.
application '/srv/myapp' do git '[email protected]:example/myapp.git' end
All actions work the same as the core
:sync– Clone and checkout the requested revision (default)
:checkout– Checkout the request revision. If the repository isn't already cloned, this action does nothing.
:export– Export the repository without the
All properties from the core
git resource work the same way with the following
deploy_key– SSH key to use with git. Can be specified either as a path to key file already created or as a string value containing the key directly.
strict_ssh– Enable strict SSH host key checking. (default: false)
application_git resource can be used directly as a replacement for the
application_git '/srv/myapp' do repository '[email protected]:example/myapp.git' deploy_key chef_vault_item('deploy_keys', 'myapp')['key'] end
application resource, a simplified DSL is available. As with other
application plugins, the default name of the resource if unspecified is the
application path. The following two examples are equivalent:
application '/srv/myapp' do git do repository '[email protected]:example/myapp.git' end end application '/srv/myapp' do git '[email protected]:example/myapp.git' end
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