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README.md

warren

Build, Deploy and Multiversion Run tool

Install

  go get github.com/dballard/warren/
  cd $GOPATH/src/github.com/dballard/warren/
  make
  sudo make install

Usage

Build

warren build

Build the current go package. Pretty much go build but with additional defines:

  • BuildGitBranch - from git
  • BuildGitHash - from git
  • BuildDate - from system time

Deploy

waren deploy

Deploy the current package to ./deploy, which is registered with warrend. By default, assumed $DIRNAME is the name of the go pacakge and just deploys that binary to a subdirctory named after the date and githash

An optional warren.yaml manifest can be supplied to indicate additional files to be included in the deploy

Running

warrend is the main tool that runs registered go services, but is managed via the warren command.

warrend stores registered deployment information in /etc/warrend.json. Don’t edit it directly, use the command line interface.

warrend stores deployment specific config in the deployment’s directory in warrend.json

  • warren list lists registered deployments (directory, name)
  • warren reg [name] [directory] registers a warren deployment directory with warrend for running
  • warren unreg [name] unregisters a warren deployment
  • warren pool [name] [low high] with no argument, displays the port range for a deployment, With arguments, sets the low and high and range of the pool. The first 2 ports of the pool are reserved for stable and tail
  • warren peg [name] [stable] [hash] Sets a certain hash as the new “stable”
  • warren start [name] starts a deployment running
  • warren stop [name] stops a deployment