Complete provision ubuntu 19 (eoan) does not include passenger yet

On EC2 you already have non root user ubuntu so you can skip following steps if ssh -i $PEM_FILE ubuntu@$PRODUCTION_IP works

To create non root user try:

adduser deploy
# fill and enter
adduser deploy sudo
sudo vi /etc/ssh/sshd_config
# PasswordAuthentication yes
sudo systemctl restart ssh

make sure you can access as deploy

ssh deploy@$PRODUCTION_IP
ssh-copy-id deploy@$PRODUCTION_IP
ssh-copy-id -i ~/.ssh/ deploy@$PRODUCTION_IP
ssh deploy@$PRODUCTION_IP

Install node and yarn as deploy user

# sudo pwd
# curl -sL | sudo -E bash -
curl -sS | sudo apt-key add -
echo "deb stable main" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/yarn.list
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:chris-lea/redis-server
# click Enter
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install git-core curl zlib1g-dev build-essential libssl-dev libreadline-dev libyaml-dev libsqlite3-dev sqlite3 libxml2-dev libxslt1-dev libcurl4-openssl-dev software-properties-common libffi-dev dirmngr gnupg apt-transport-https ca-certificates redis-server redis-tools nodejs yarn
# click Enter

Installing latest node can be done with n package

yarn global add n
yarn global bin
sudo /home/ubuntu/.yarn/bin/n latest

install rbenv and ruby as deploy user

git clone ~/.rbenv
echo 'export PATH="$HOME/.rbenv/bin:$PATH"' >> ~/.bashrc
echo 'eval "$(rbenv init -)"' >> ~/.bashrc
git clone ~/.rbenv/plugins/ruby-build
echo 'export PATH="$HOME/.rbenv/plugins/ruby-build/bin:$PATH"' >> ~/.bashrc
git clone ~/.rbenv/plugins/rbenv-vars
exec $SHELL
rbenv install 2.6.3
rbenv global 2.6.3
ruby -v
gem install bundler
bundle -v

Add env variable for mastey key and database url

mkdir move_index
vi move_index/.rbenv-vars
# add lines
DATABASE_URL=postgres://deploy:[email protected]/move_index_production
# check current value of max-old-space-size
# $HOME/.rbenv/bin/rbenv exec bundle exec node -e 'console.log(v8.getHeapStatistics().heap_size_limit/(1024*1024))'

echo '# this will load master key in env' >> ~/.bashrc
echo 'export $(cat ~/move_index/.rbenv-vars)' >> ~/.bashrc

or add this task to copy master key from shared to config folder. You need to create shared file vi /var/www/my_app/shared/master.key.

# config/deploy.rb
namespace :config do
   task :symlink do
      on roles(:app) do
        execute :ln, "-s #{shared_path}/master.key #{release_path}/config/master.key"

after 'deploy:symlink:shared', 'config:symlink'

passenger and nginx

sudo apt-key adv --keyserver hkp:// --recv-keys 561F9B9CAC40B2F7
sudo sh -c 'echo deb bionic main > /etc/apt/sources.list.d/passenger.list'
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get install -y nginx-extras libnginx-mod-http-passenger
sudo vim /etc/nginx/conf.d/mod-http-passenger.conf
# change the line for passenger_ruby
# passenger_ruby /home/deploy/.rbenv/shims/ruby;

sudo service nginx start

configure nginx (replace myapp with your app name, usually github folder name)

sudo vi /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/default

server {
  listen 80;
  listen [::]:80;

  server_name _;
  root /home/deploy/myapp/current/public;

  passenger_enabled on;
  passenger_app_env production;

  location /cable {
    passenger_app_group_name myapp_websocket;
    passenger_force_max_concurrent_requests_per_process 0;

  # Allow uploads up to 100MB in size
  client_max_body_size 100m;

  location ~ ^/(assets|packs) {
    expires max;
    gzip_static on;

sudo service nginx reload

install postgres

sudo apt-get -y install postgresql postgresql-contrib libpq-dev
sudo su - postgres

createuser --pwprompt deploy
# enter PASSWORD
createdb -O deploy move_index_production
# test if you can access with:
psql -d move_index_production
# change deploy user as superuser so it can create extensions like pgcrypto uuid
sudo su postgres -c "psql -d postgres -c 'ALTER USER deploy WITH SUPERUSER;'"

dump postgresql with

pg_dump move_index_production > m.dump
scp m.dump IP:
ssh IP
psql move_index_production < ~/m.dump

Install capistrano

Capistrano is not server provisioning tool. You need to manually boot up server and install ssh, apache, git… usually all tasks that requires sudo should be done manually. Capistrano use single non priviliged user in non interactive ssh session. Rubber has script for provisioning a server cap rubber:create and installing packages cap rubber:bootstrap

Capistrano version 3 is used here. Below is section for capistrano version 2.

cat >> Gemfile << HERE_DOC
# Use Capistrano for deployment
group :development do
  gem 'capistrano', '~> 3.14', require: false
  gem 'capistrano-rails', '~> 1.6', require: false

  gem 'capistrano-puma', require: false
  gem 'capistrano-rvm', require: false

  # use those if you do not use puma and rvm
  gem 'capistrano-passenger', '~> 0.2.0'
  gem 'capistrano-rbenv', '~> 2.2'

  # cap production rails:c
  gem 'capistrano-rails-console', require: false
  # cap production postgres:replicate
  gem 'capistrano3-postgres', require: false

bundle exec cap install
# this will generate  Capfile, config/deploy.rb and config/deploy/staging.rb...

cat > Capfile << HERE_DOC
# Load DSL and set up stages
require 'capistrano/setup'
require 'capistrano/deploy'
require 'capistrano/scm/git'
install_plugin Capistrano::SCM::Git

require 'capistrano/rails'
require 'capistrano/rails/console'

# Include tasks from other gems included in your Gemfile
require 'capistrano/bundler'
require 'capistrano/rvm'
require 'capistrano/puma'
# if you use passenger and rbenv
require 'capistrano/passenger'
require 'capistrano/rbenv'

require 'capistrano/rails/console'
require 'capistrano3/postgres'

# Load custom tasks from `lib/capistrano/tasks` if you have any defined
# and add to deploy.rb like `after "deploy:published", "translation:setup"`
Dir.glob('lib/capistrano/tasks/*.rake').each { |r| import r }

To see all tasks you can run

cap -T
cap -T postgres

To see description rake task

cap -D my-task

Custom tasks have some additional format to plain rake tasks

# lib/capistrano/tasks/rake.cap.rb
desc 'Invoke a rake command on the remote server: cap qa "invoke[db:migrate]"'
task :invoke, [:command] => 'deploy:set_rails_env' do |task, args|
  on primary(:app) do
    within current_path do
      with :rails_env => fetch(:rails_env) do
        rake args[:command]

You need to set credentials master key

# /home/deploy/myapp/.rbenv-vars
DATABASE_URL=postgresql://deploy:[email protected]/myapp_production

Configure server

# config/deploy.rb
lock '~> 3.16.0'

set :application, 'myapp'
set :repo_url, '[email protected]:duleorlovic/myapp.git'

# Default branch is :master
# ask :branch, `git rev-parse --abbrev-ref HEAD`.chomp
set :branch, :main

# Default deploy_to directory is /var/www/my_app_name
# set :deploy_to, "/var/www/my_app_name"
set :deploy_to, "/home/ubuntu/#{fetch(:application)}"
# config/deploy/production.rb
server '',
       user: 'ubuntu',
       roles: %w[app db web],
       ssh_options: {
         keys: '~/.ec2/singapore-webapp01-keypair.pem'

To deploy you can

cap production deploy

On digital ocean you can create snapshots and use it to create new droplets (new droplet can not be less than current hdd size od snapshot).

For redis and sidekiq look below.

Configuration variables

configuration files can set variables set :my_var_name, "value" and fetch values fetch :my_var_name. There are some variables that are used by default:

  • :application name of application
  • :deploy_to path on the remote server where the app should be deployed, initially is -> { "/var/www/#{fetch(:application)}" } but I like home folder. Inside that folder there are:
    • current symlink to some release /var/www/my_app/releases/20170101010101
    • releases/ contains timestamped subfolder
    • repo/ hold git repository
    • revisions.log timestaped log for all deploy or rollback actions. You can rollback with cap production deploy:rollback
    • shared/ contains linked_files and linked_dirs that persists across releases (db configuration, user storage)
  • :scm by default is :git
  • :repo_url is url for git. It should be accessible from remote server. For local set :repo_url, 'ssh://[email protected]/my_project
  • :linked_files is symlinked files from shared folder
  • :default_env for specific env variables
# config/deploy.rb
lock "3.8.0"

set :application, "myapp"
set :repo_url, "[email protected]:rails/temp/myapp"
set :deploy_to, "/home/deploy/#{fetch(:application)}"

append :linked_dirs, 'log', 'tmp/pids', 'tmp/cache', 'tmp/sockets', 'vendor/bundle', '.bundle', 'public/system', 'public/uploads'

# deploy with: cap staging deploy BRANCH=branch, it does not support
# underscores like: my_branch_name
set :branch, ENV['BRANCH'] if ENV['BRANCH']
# rails
set :rails_env, 'production'
# config/deploy/staging.rb
# if you use NAT network
server "", user: "deploy", roles: %w{app db web}, port: 2222
# or if you use private network
server "", user: "deploy", roles: %w{app db web}

Preparing the app

preparing is with cap install.

Tasks are usually only for specific roles so you server needs to belongs to that role if you want task to be executed. Three main roles

  • :web role is nginx/apache server. When I look at I see that assets_roles is by defailt [:web] so there we execute tasks like deploy:asset. Probably you need to include also :worker role
    # config/deploy.rb
      # we need assets on worker since we send emails that uses images (like logo)
      set :assets_roles, %i[web worker]
  • :app role is for rails app. Capistrano’s built-in tasks deploy:check, deploy:published or deploy:finished are all run in this role. You can attach your tasks after finish publishing the deploy
    # lib/capistrano/tasks/puma.rake
    namespace :puma do
      desc 'Restart puma service'
      task :restart do
        on roles(:app) do
          execute 'sudo service puma restart'
      after 'deploy:published', 'puma:restart'
  • :db role is for mysql/postgresql database (requires primary: true) or just running migrations. capistrano-rails plugin provides the deploy:migrate Here we are adding public/assets/ to linked_dirs (which should also include public/packs)

You can define in two ways. Properties will be merged.

# using simple syntax
role :web, %w{[email protected]}

# using extended syntax (which is equivalent)
server '', roles: [:web], user: 'hello'
server '', roles: [:web], port: 1234

For local vagrant (see below) you can use

# config/deploy.rb
set :repo_url, "[email protected]:rails/temp/myapp"

# config/deploy/staging.rb
server "", user: "vagrant", roles: %w{app db web}, port: 2222

If you are using private github repo, than permission problems for git will occurs, so you can use your local keys on server with those option: set :ssh_options, forward_agent: true

You can check before deploying with cap staging git:check or cap staging deploy:check


Nice railscasts video but for old capistrano.

# lib/capistrano/tasks/notify.rake
namespace :my_tasks do
  desc "My first task"
  task :my_first_task do
    on roles(:all) do
      puts "Start my first task"
    invoke 'my_tasks:notify'

  task :notify do
    on roles(:all) do |host|
      puts "notify #{host}"

To run in specific env, run with: cap staging my_tasks:my_first_task

Task Syntax

desc and task are rake methods. Others are taken from sshkit:

  • on roles(:all) do |host| will iterate to eah server host, You can run locally with run_locally do. roles(:all) return list of all hosts
  • as
  • capture
  • test
  • info
  • error
  • with set ENV variable. only
  • within use folder. should be inside on
  • invoke run other rake task
  • execute used to run command: execute :rake, 'assets:precompile', env: { rails_env: fetch(:rails_env) }

You can execute task in before or after hooks. flow has several points that you can access.

before :finishing, :notify do

You can use puts and run to run command in shell. If you use sudo, than you should enable default_run_options[:pty] = true so when he ask for password it prompts in current shell. Also helpfull is ssh_options[:forward_agent] = true which uses your keys on remote server to download private repositories.

task :hello do
  puts "Here are all files"
  run "ls"
  run "#{sudo} ls /etc"

Upgrading capistrano 2 to 3

documentation here are differences between cap 2 and cap 3

  • repository is renamed to repo_url
  • environment is set instead RAILS_ENV=vagrant cap -T to second param cap vagrant -T
  • instead of positional argument for role server "", :web use hash roles argument server "", roles: [:web]

Sample app on EC2

rails new myapp
cd myapp
git init . && git add . && git commit -m "rails new myapp"
sed -i Gemfile -e '/capistrano/c \
gem "capistrano-rails", group: :development'
# capistrano-rails will also install capistrano, capistrano-bundler
# rvm puma ?
cap install STAGES=virtual
echo "require 'capistrano/rails'" >> Capfile

On AWS create new instance and download new key for example aws_test.pem.

chmod 400 aws_test.pem
ssh -i "aws_test.pem" [email protected]

Capistrano with custom Vagrant script

You can install server localy using Vagrant scripts. You can use default NAT address (access virtual box at ssh port 2222) and port forwarding ( :forwarded_port, guest: 80, host: 8080). In order to access host machine from virtual box you need to know host IP address. So my solution is to use Private IP (private_network) and host is easilly determined from that. You need to add public key on host after provision is done so virtual can access host without password (maybe to try with vagrant-triggers), so two commands are needed

ssh-keygen -f "/home/orlovic/.ssh/known_hosts" -R
ssh [email protected] cat .ssh/ >> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys

Here are scripts

vagrant init
# edit Vagrantfile
cat >> Vagrantfile << HERE_DOC
Vagrant.configure("2") do |config|
  config.vm.provider "virtualbox" do |vb, vb_config|
    # list of all machines can be found = "ubuntu/trusty64"
    vb.memory = "2048"
    vb_config.vm.provision :shell, inline: $script, keep_color: true :private_network, ip: $server_ip

# $ruby_version = `grep "^ruby" Gemfile | awk "{print $2}"`
$ruby_version = `ruby --version | awk "{print $2}"`.split("p").first # 2.3.1p112
$public_key = `cat ~/.ssh/`.strip
$server_ip = ""

$nginx_config = <<-NGINX_CONFIG
upstream app {
    # Path to Unicorn SOCK file, as defined previously
    server unix:/home/deploy/myapp/shared/tmp/sockets/puma.sock;

server {
    listen 80 default_server deferred;
    server_name myapp.local;
    root /home/deploy/myapp/current/public;
    access_log /home/deploy/myapp/current/log/nginx.access.log;
    error_log /home/deploy/myapp/current/log/nginx.error.log;

    location ^~ /assets/ {
      gzip_static on;
      expires max;
      add_header Cache-Control public;

    try_files $uri/index.html $uri @app;
    location @app {
        proxy_pass http://app;
        // this forwards remote ip address to the app
        proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
        proxy_set_header Host $http_host;
        proxy_redirect off;
        access_log /home/deploy/myapp/current/log/nginx.rails.access.log;

        // I tried to pass scheme http or http to the app but the problem is nlb
        // does not send header to the app. Elb sends headers
        // but NLB does not set headers
        proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto $http_x_forwarded_proto;
        // so only solution is to redirect in javascript

    error_page 500 502 503 504 /500.html;
    client_max_body_size 10M;
    keepalive_timeout 10;

    if ($request_method !~ ^(GET|HEAD|PUT|PATCH|POST|DELETE|OPTIONS)$ ){
      return 405;

    if (-f $document_root/system/maintenance.html) {
      return 503;

$script = <<-SCRIPT
set -e # Any commands which fail will cause the shell script to exit immediately
set -x # show command being executed
update-locale LANG=$L LANGUAGE=$L LC_ALL=$L # needed for database default enc
# or install missing locale with, for example sr_RS
# locale-gen sr_RS

echo "STEP: update"
# apt-get -y update > /dev/null # update is needed to set proper apt sources
if [ "`id -u deploy`" = "" ]; then
  echo "STEP: creating user deploy (without sudo access)"
  useradd deploy -md /home/deploy --shell /bin/bash
  echo deploy:deploy | chpasswd # change password to 'deploy'
  echo STEP: generate keys and adding host public key to vb authorized keys
  sudo -i -u deploy /bin/bash -c "yes '' | ssh-keygen -N ''"
  sudo -i -u deploy /bin/bash -c "echo #{$public_key} >> ~/.ssh/authorized_keys"
  # TODO: cap staging git:check will add to known hosts
  sudo -i -u deploy /bin/bash -c "ssh-keyscan #{$server_ip[0..-2]+"1"} >> ~/.ssh/known_hosts"

  # gpasswd -a deploy sudo # add to sudo group
  # echo "deploy ALL=(ALL) NOPASSWD:ALL" > /etc/sudoers.d/deploy # don't ask for password when using sudo
  # if [ ! "`id -u vagrant`" = "" ]; then
  #   usermod -a -G vagrant deploy # adding to vagrant group if vagrant exists
  # fi
  echo "STEP: user deploy already exists"

if [ "`which git`" = "" ]; then
  echo "STEP: install development tools: git nodejs ..."
  apt-get -y install build-essential curl git nodejs multitail
  echo "STEP: development tools already installed"

if [ "`which nginx`" = "" ]; then
  echo "STEP: install ngix server"
  apt-get -y install nginx
  cat << 'NGINX_CONFIG' | sudo tee /etc/nginx/sites-available/default
  # TODO: it seems we need to restart nginx later, probable at this moment puma
  # sockets do not exists yet
  sudo service nginx restart
  echo "STEP: nginx already installer"

export DATABASE_URL=postgresql://deploy:deploy@localhost/myapp_production
if [ `echo $DATABASE_URL | cut -f 1 -d ':'` = "postgresql" ]; then
  if [ "`which psql`" = "" ]; then
    echo "STEP: installing postgres"
    apt-get -y install postgresql postgresql-contrib libpq-dev
    echo STEP: postgres already installed
  if [ "`sudo -u postgres psql postgres -tAc "SELECT 1 FROM pg_roles WHERE rolname='deploy'"`" = "1" ]; then
    echo STEP: postgres user 'deploy' already exists
    echo STEP: create postgresql database user deploy
    sudo -u postgres createuser --superuser --createdb deploy
    sudo -u postgres psql -U postgres -d postgres -c "alter user deploy with password 'deploy';"
  if sudo -u postgres psql -lqt | cut -d \\\| -f 1 | grep -wq $DATABASE_NAME; then
    echo STEP: $DATABASE_NAME already exists
    echo STEP: creating $DATABASE_NAME
    sudo -u deploy createdb $DATABASE_NAME
  echo STEP: create mysql2 database user deploy
  if [[ `echo "SELECT user FROM mysql.user WHERE user = 'deploy'" | mysql` = "" ]]; then
    echo CREATE USER 'deploy'@'localhost' | mysql --user=root
    echo GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON * . * TO 'deploy'@'localhost' | mysql --user=root
    echo STEP: mysql user 'deploy' already exists

if [ "`sudo -i -u deploy which bundle`" = "" ]; then
#if [ ! -f /usr/local/rvm/scripts/rvm ]; then
  echo "STEP: installing rvm for system so it can download sudo requirements"
  gpg --keyserver hkp:// --recv-keys 409B6B1796C275462A1703113804BB82D39DC0E3
  # multi-user install to /usr/local/rvm, we use vagrant since it is in sudoers list
  sudo -i -u vagrant /bin/bash -c "curl -sSL | sudo -i bash -s stable --ruby"
  usermod -a -G rvm deploy # adding to rvm group so it can access /usr/local/rvm
  usermod -a -G rvm vagrant # adding to rvm group so it can access /usr/local/rvm

  if [ ! "#{$ruby_version}" = "" ]; then
    echo "STEP: installing ruby version #{$ruby_version}"
    # sometime we need to remove old cache
    # rm -rf $rvm_path/archives/rubygems-* $rvm_path/user/{md5,sha512}
    sudo -i -u vagrant /bin/bash -c "rvm install #{$ruby_version}"

  echo "STEP: install bundle for deploy"
  sudo -i -u deploy /bin/bash -c "rvm install 2.4"
  sudo -i -u deploy /bin/bash -c "gem install bundler"
  echo "STEP: rvm and bundler already installed"
vagrant destroy -f # destroy without confirmation
vagrant up --provision # to provision again
vagrant ssh
# or directly
ssh -p 2222 [email protected]
# username/password is deploy/deploy
ssh-keygen -f "/home/orlovic/.ssh/known_hosts" -R []:2222
yes | ssh-copy-id -p 2222 [email protected]
ssh -p 2222 [email protected]


See multiple logs (like multilog or multi tail) in one terminal window

vagrant ssh
sudo apt-get install multitail
multitail /var/log/nginx/* /home/deploy/myapp/current/log/*

see logs of capistrano on local machine

less log/capistrano.log


This gem is used just as wrapper for common stack, like passenger_postgresql, targeting EC2 instances and do all provision stepts. It depends on capistrano 2. railscast google group wiki

cat >> Gemfile << HERE_DOC
  # deploy and provision tool
  gem "rubber"
bundle exec rubber vulcanize complete_passenger_postgresql
# bundle exec rubber vulcanize complete_passenger_mysql

Vulcanize will copy templates to config/rubber which you can customize, usually only yml files. Capistrano recepies files .rb usually do not need to change, and also configuration files role/*.conf are up-to-date. You can start configuring config/rubber/rubber.yml and config/deploy.rb.

In rubber.yml add AWS root security credentials (or another IAM user) to access API and EC2 keypairs to access machine. User security credentials you can export in env. Keypair you can download to home ~/.ec2 folder, rename without pem and change permissions chmod 600 ~/.ec2/gsg-keypair. No need to create public version ssh-keygen -y -f ~/.ec2/aws_test > ~/.ec2/ In case of The key pair does not exist (Fog::Compute::AWS::NotFound) you should check if keypair is for same region. Also image_id should be some of the You can choose t2.micro since it Free tier applicable:

# config/rubber/rubber.yml

# this should be one word and app will be in /mnt/myapp-production/releases/...
app_name: myapp

app_user: ubuntu

    access_key: "#{ ENV['AWS_ACCESS_KEY_ID'] }"
    secret_access_key: "#{ ENV['AWS_SECRET_ACCESS_KEY'] }"
    account: "#{ ENV['AWS_ACCOUNT_ID'] }"

    key_name: us-east-1-gsg-keypair

    image_type: t2.micro
    # Ubuntu 16
    image_id: ami-04169656fea786776

prompt_for_security_group_sync: false

# this is just default prompt
staging_roles: "app,db:primary=true"

We use just web app and db role, not all roles: apache,app,collectd,common,db:primary=true,elasticsearch,examples,graphite_server,graphite_web,graylog_elasticsearch,graylog_mongodb,graylog_server,graylog_web,haproxy,mongodb,monit,passenger,postgresql,postgresql_master,web,web_tools Role app depends on passenger which depends on apache. Role "db:primary=true" depends on postgresql and postgresql_master I had a problem with web role since it depends on haproxy (config/rubber/rubber-complete.yml) which has some errors, so I remove that dependency:

# config/rubber/rubber-complete.yml
  web: []
  app: [passenger]

We could remove that role, but we need to assign security groups.

That imlies to change passenger port to 80

# config/rubber/rubber-passenger.yml
passenger_listen_port: 80
passenger_listen_ssl_port: 443

For Ubuntu 16 (which is ) we need to remove package libapache2-mod-proxy-html for apache!topic/rubber-ec2/fut5WZ6TicE

# config/rubber/rubber-apache.yml
    packages: [apache2, apache2-utils, libcurl4-openssl-dev, libapache2-mod-xsendfile]
    packages: [apache2, apache2-utils, libcurl4-openssl-dev, libapache2-mod-xsendfile]

and remove apache2-mpm-prefork, apache2-prefork-dev for passenger and remove passenger version

# config/rubber/rubber-passenger.yml
    packages: [libcurl4-openssl-dev, libapache2-mod-xsendfile, libapache2-mod-passenger]

and make sure it has the same ruby version which if going to be build in config/rubber/deploy-setup.rb You can use later ruby-build and some of ruby versions ruby-build --definitions

# config/rubber/rubber-ruby.yml
ruby_build_version: 20180822
ruby_version: 2.3.3

For rails you need to uncommend gem 'mini_racer', platforms: :ruby in Gemfile.

To provision you can run

cap rubber:create_staging
# Hit enter at prompts to accept the default value for params
# this is the same as manually
cap rubber:create
cap rubber:bootstrap
cap deploy
# or you can set params in env var like
# ALIAS=web01 ROLES=app cap rubber:create

This will create config/rubber/instance-production.yml. It will also reboot after creating. ALIAS is name ie subdomain and can not contain underscore. If you run script again and change name it will add another InstanceItem web02 (new EC2 machine). It will also update your /etc/hosts so you can access in browser with instead of ip address of newly created instance. You can remove (terminate) all EC2 instances with

cap rubber:destroy
# type 'web01' or your alias

You can create additional instances:

ALIAS=web01 ROLES=app cap rubber:create
ALIAS=web01 ROLES=app cap rubber:bootstrap # this is idempotent and it is
# reading config/rubber/instance-production.yml for web01 InstanceItem
cap deploy:cold

and you can see current in config/rubber/instance-vagrant.yml

Roles should be defined in that instance file. Note that for first time we are defining roles using env ROLES on rubber create task.

Note that if current instance- file does not exists rubber:create_staging will create new instance using staging_roles. If that instance file exists, than roles from it will be used.

Rails is running on port 7000 inside virtualbox. haproxy routes standard http 80 port to rails 7000, so you can access site on


To see logs you can

ssh -i $PEM_FILE [email protected]
tail -f /var/log/apache2/* /mnt/myapp-production/current/log/*
# in another terminal
curl localhost:7000

logs for other services you can find or you can use existing task:

RAILS_ENV=vagrant cap rubber:tail_logs

If you see only dots, it is probably stuck on passenger

 * executing `rubber:passenger:serial_add_to_pool_reload_default'
 ** Waiting for passenger to startup
  * executing "sudo -p 'sudo password: '  bash -l -c 'while ! curl -s -f http://localhost:$CAPISTRANO:VAR$/ &> /dev/null; do echo .; done'"
    servers: [""]
    [] executing command
 ** [out ::] .
 ** [out ::] .

Please check rails logs (passenger logs is in apache log) to see if there is any error on index page. Probably for first time you need to create database

cd /mnt/myapp-production/current
bundle exec rake db:setup

For errors like

[email protected]: Permission denied (publickey).
fatal: Could not read from remote repository.

Please make sure you have the correct access rights
and the repository exists.

solution is

# sometimes you need to start agent, for example you ssh to machine, so for
error like: # Could not open a connection to your authentication agent.
eval "$(ssh-agent -s)"

ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa

Rubber Vagrant rubber provision

It works only for old version of vagrant 1.7.4 (just remove and install that version .deb file using software app)

vagrant -v # should return 1.7.4
vagrant plugin install rubber

It depends on older bundler so run

gem uninstall bunder
gem install bundler -v 1.10.5
rm Gemfile.lock
bundle install

Add vagrant env to secrets, database and env

echo "vagrant: *default" >> config/secrets.yml
cat >> config/database.yml << HERE_DOC
  <<: *default
cp config/environments/production.rb config/environments/vagrant.rb

To be able to ssh into vagrant you need to use your keys or manually copy later.

You need to define your ruby version and roles that you need. Note that current ruby version need to be same, so check that rvm list returns current same as your from Vagrantfile.

cat >> Vagrantfile << HERE_DOC
Vagrant.configure("2") do |config| = "ubuntu/trusty64"
  config.vm.box_check_update = false :private_network, ip: ""

  # do not generate new key, copy my key and use it
  config.ssh.insert_key = false
  config.vm.provision "file", source: "~/.ssh/", destination: "~/.ssh/authorized_keys"
  config.ssh.private_key_path = ["~/.ssh/id_rsa", "~/.vagrant.d/insecure_private_key"]
  # ruby build fails on 512MB so we increase
  config.vm.provider "virtualbox" do |v|
    v.memory = 1024

  config.vm.provision :rubber do |rubber|
    rubber.rubber_env = 'vagrant'

    # If you remove this line, staging_roles from config/rubber/rubber.yml is used
    rubber.roles = 'web,app,apache,hadproxy,monit,passenger,postgresql_master,db:primary=true'

    # Only necessary if you use RVM locally.
    rubber.rvm_ruby_version = '2.3.1'

To create vagrant machine you can run vagrant commands (we use tee to save log)

vagrant up
# when machine already created
vagrant provision
# or to save a log
vagrant destroy -f && vagrant up 2>&1 | tee tmp/log.log

Note that if you make changes to config/rubber/rubber.yml you need to remove config/rubber/instance-vagrant.yml.

I have error

~~ ** [out ::] The following packages have unmet dependencies: ** [out ::] libapache2-mod-passenger : Depends: passenger (= 1:5.0.8-1~trusty1) but it is not going to be installed ** [out ::] Unable to correct problems, you have held broken packages. ~~

so I need to remove version parameter from config/rubber/rubber-passenger.yml

Another error

 ** ERROR:  Error installing rubber:
 ** xmlrpc requires Ruby version >= 2.3.
 ** /tmp/gem_helper:32:in `block in <main>'
 ** Unable to install versioned gem rubber:3.2.2
 ** RuntimeError

I updated ruby version in config/rubber/rubber-ruby.yml to match 3.2.1 Also if ruby-build is failed you can increase memory or add option to config/rubber/deploy-setup.rb

Also I need to comment out rsudo "service vboxadd setup" from config/rubber/deploy-setup.rb. And for rails asset pipeline you need to add nodejs package to config/rubber/rubber-ruby.yml to packages list.

If you change hostname or key, maybe there is connection error like

. ** timeout in initial connect, retrying
Trying to enable root login
  * executing `rubber:_ensure_key_file_present'
  * executing `rubber:_allow_root_ssh'
  * executing "sudo -p 'sudo password: '  bash -l -c 'mkdir -p /root/.ssh && cp /home/vagrant/.ssh/authorized_keys /root/.ssh/'"
    servers: [""]

 ** Failed to connect to, retrying
  * executing `rubber:_ensure_key_file_present'
  * executing `rubber:_allow_root_ssh'
  * executing "sudo -p 'sudo password: '  bash -l -c 'mkdir -p /root/.ssh && cp /home/vagrant/.ssh/authorized_keys /root/.ssh/'"
    servers: [""]

when you try ssh [email protected] you see

Someone could be eavesdropping on you right now (man-in-the-middle attack)!
It is also possible that a host key has just been changed.
The fingerprint for the RSA key sent by the remote host is
Please contact your system administrator.
Add correct host key in /home/orlovic/.ssh/known_hosts to get rid of this message.
Offending RSA key in /home/orlovic/.ssh/known_hosts:3
  remove with:
  ssh-keygen -f "/home/orlovic/.ssh/known_hosts" -R
RSA host key for has changed and you have requested strict checking.
Host key verification failed.

Than just remove the key from known_hosts and it will resume without errors.

If you get errors like

Received disconnect from port 22:2: Too many authentication failures
Connection to closed by remote host.
Connection to closed.

it might help to add username ubuntu@, like ssh -i $PEM_FILE [email protected]

To add env secrets you can write them in a file and source from ~/.bashrc before return if not interactivelly. If you are using rubber than use system wide bash for example /etc/profile and put keys for example /root/

export SECRET_KEY_BASE=52b57...

To use different domain you need to update domain: my-domain.vagrant inside config/rubber/rubber.yml. To use different subdomain you need to set up in Vagrant file using define.

Vagrant.configure("2") do |config|
  config.vm.define "mysubdomain" do |m|

I tried with = 'mysubdomain' inside Vagrantfile but that just rename virtual machine name (] inside rubber plugin does not take that name). All that plugin does is a call to script command

RUN_FROM_VAGRANT=true RUBBER_ENV=vagrant ALIAS=mysubdomain ROLES='web,app' EXTERNAL_IP= INTERNAL_IP= RUBBER_SSH_KEY=/home/orlovic/.ssh/id_rsa,/home/orlovic/.vagrant.d/insecure_private_key ruby -e "require 'capistrano/cli'; Capistrano::CLI.execute" rubber:create -S initial_ssh_user=vagrant
# only rubber:create uses ENV['ROLES'], other task need RUBBER_ENV (this is
copied from RAILS_ENV)
# RUBBER_SSH_KEY and FILTER (not req). and create, refresh, destroy use ALIAS
... cap rubber:refresh -S initial_ssh_user=vagrant
... cap rubber:bootstrap
... cap deploy:migrations

For existing machines you can update name: mysubdomain' in config/rubber/instance-vagrant.yml.

Debug capistrano tasks

You can just pust require "byebug" at the top of you .rb file and use byebug command inside the tasks, or you can require using ruby -rbyebug (no need to add require byebug). This does not work in .conf files

RAILS_ENV=vagrant bundle exec ruby -rbyebug $(which cap) rubber:util:backup

You can debug rubber rb files from you gem. If you want to debug rubber plugin commands than you need to download source, create gem and copy files source

To list all tasks your can run cap -T. To find all tasks you need to set up env and use option -v

RAILS_ENV=vagrant cap -vT

Some tasks could be only for specific roles or providers

  after "rubber:bootstrap", "rubber:base:reinstall_virtualbox_additions"
  task :reinstall_virtualbox_additions, only: { provider: 'vagrant' } do
    rsudo "service vboxadd setup"

  before "rubber:install_packages", "rubber:base:prepare_passenger_install"
  task :prepare_passenger_install, roles: :passenger do

Rubber reads all deploy-* files (you can find that line in config/deploy.rb). In rubber.yml you can overwrite some settings for specific roles, enviroments and hosts.


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I create shortcuts in home /home/ubuntu and /home/deploy_user for easier access

ln -s /var/www/myapp/shared/ .
ln -s /var/www/myapp/current .

Secrets in capistrano is long issue I put secrets and source in bashrc for both users

# /var/www/myapp/
export RAILS_ENV=production
export SMTP_USERNAME=username

# /home/ubuntu/.bashrc
# for ubuntu user, it can be at the end of a file
source /var/www/myapp/

# /home/deploy_user/.bashrc
# for deploy_user, it needs to be on first line, since it is used with ssh
source /var/www/myapp/

When you update secrets, than you need to restart the server cap production deploy:restart. For background jobs to pick up new secrets you need to restart cap production sidekiq:restart.

  • if there is an error for
        01 sudo /usr/bin/monit monitor sidekiq_cablecrm_production_0
        01 sudo
        01 :
        01 no tty present and no askpass program specified

    than I tried to enable ssh with no password for monit with sudo visudo and add line

    deploy_user ALL= NOPASSWD: /usr/bin/monit

    but still same problem.


It is better than rvm since for installation it needs just PATH shims.

Choosing ruby version is using: RBENV_VERSION env variable, .ruby-version file in directory of the script you are executing, or its parents to the root of the filesystem, or .ruby-version file in the current working directory or its parents to the root of the filesystem.

git clone ~/.rbenv
echo 'export PATH="$HOME/.rbenv/bin:$PATH"' >> ~/.bashrc
echo 'eval "$(rbenv init -)"' >> ~/.bashrc
git clone "$(rbenv root)"/plugins/ruby-build
git clone ~/.rbenv/plugins/rbenv-vars
exec $SHELL
rbenv install 2.6.3
rbenv global 2.6.3

Add env variables to /home/orlovic/

To use rbenb variables in capistrano task you can write

namespace :db do
  desc 'Load myapp users from shared/users.sql'
  task :load_myapp_users do
    on roles(:all) do
      execute "cd #{current_path} && $HOME/.rbenv/bin/rbenv exec bundle exec script/db_load_myapp_users.rb"

      # This will raise error Could not locate Gemfile or .bundle/ directory!!!
      # within current_path do
      #   execute "$HOME/.rbenv/bin/rbenv exec bundle exec script/db_load_myapp_users.rb"
      # end

Not so usefull post

Passenger and NGINX

To configure nginx with passenger, and redirect from non www to www, you can use

# /etc/nginx/sites-available/trk.conf
server {
    listen 80;

    root /var/www/trkapp/current/public;

    passenger_enabled on;
    passenger_ruby /usr/local/rvm/gems/ruby-2.5.3/wrappers/ruby;
server {
    listen 80;
    server_name ;
    return 301$request_uri;

Restart rails

cap production passenger:restart


To start redis server on boot you need to change vi /etc/redis/redis.conf to contains line:

supervised systemd

than you need to enable booting redis server on start

systemctl enable redis-server

This will create a symlink

/etc/systemd/system/redis.service → /lib/systemd/system/redis-server.service

You can reboot

sudo reboot

To test if redis is working and to clear cache you can run on server

redis-cli FLUSHALL

Instead of disabling protected mode we will bind on private network interface

# list all interface
ip a
# find private ip address like ens5
sudo vi /etc/redis/redis.conf
# add that ip address to bind command
bind ::1
# and change the policy
maxmemory-policy allkeys-lfu

# test that we can not access from outside aws using public ip
redis-cli -h ping
# pong
# but we can access from application server using internal network
redis-cli -h ping

# to connect to the same database you need to use SELECT in redis-cli
# for example when redis url is: redis://
redis-cli -h
select 1


# use system instead user
set :sidekiq_service_unit_user, :system

You need to run on production

sudo loginctl enable-linger $USER

To create symlink in ~/.config/systemd/user/sidekiq-production.service (which is generated by gem’s default using rvm) you can use shims

# config/deploy.rb
set :bundler_path, '/home/deploy/.rbenv/shims/bundle'
set :init_system, :systemd

Than you need to install

cap production sidekiq:install
# output should be
      01 mkdir -p /home/deploy/.config/systemd/user
    ✔ 01 [email protected] 0.583s
      Uploading /home/deploy/.config/systemd/user/sidekiq-production.service 100.0%
      02 systemctl --user daemon-reload
    ✔ 02 [email protected] 0.623s
      03 systemctl --user enable sidekiq-production.service
      03 Created symlink /home/deploy/.config/systemd/user/ → /home/deploy/.config/systemd/user/sidekiq-pro...
    ✔ 03 [email protected] 0.619s


  • check if you already pushed before update
    # lib/capistrano/tasks/deploy_git_uptodate_check.rake
    namespace :deploy do
      desc 'Check if origin master synced with local repository before deploy'
      task :git_uptodate_check do
        if !`git status --short`.empty?
          raise 'Please commit your changes first'
        elsif `git remote`.empty?
          raise 'Please add remote origin repository to your repo first'
        elsif !`git rev-list master...origin/master`.empty?
          raise 'Please push your commits to the remote origin repo first'
    before 'deploy', 'deploy:git_uptodate_check'
  • on digital ocean 1GB RAM memory you can not compile webpack, and it stop without any error ``` DEBUG [5c5758a9] Compiling…

DEBUG [5c5758a9] Compilation failed:

  solution is to limit how much memory node can use by setting up env variable (related)

  but if it is too low you can get this error

FATAL ERROR: Ineffective mark-compacts near heap limit Allocation failed - JavaScript heap out of memory

  and you need to increase the memory to at least 1000MB


check current value of max-old-space-size, not that without bundle it will

show original value

$HOME/.rbenv/bin/rbenv exec bundle exec node -e ‘console.log(v8.getHeapStatistics().heap_size_limit/(1024*1024))’ # => 1024

node -e ‘console.log(v8.getHeapStatistics().heap_size_limit/(1024*1024))’ # => 994 NODE_OPTIONS=–max-old-space-size=1000

To check what memory limit is used you can write a task that is run every time
before assets:precompile


task :before_assets_precompile do # run a command which starts your packaging system(“env | grep NODE_OPTIONS”) system(“node -e ‘console.log(v8.getHeapStatistics().heap_size_limit/(1024*1024))’ # => 994”) end

every time you execute ‘rake assets:precompile’

run ‘before_assets_precompile’ first

Rake::Task[‘assets:precompile’].enhance [‘before_assets_precompile’]

so you can see in output

00:25 deploy:assets:precompile 01 $HOME/.rbenv/bin/rbenv exec bundle exec rake assets:precompile 01 ** Invoke assets:precompile (first_time) 01 NODE_OPTIONS=–max-old-space-size=1000 01 1048 01 ** Invoke yarn:install (first_time) 01 ** Execute yarn:install

not sure how to limit max memory for ruby bundler
* to run on specific host you can use host filtering

bundle exec cap staging locally:delayed_job:start HOSTS= bundle exec cap staging locally:delayed_job:start ROLES=worker

* upload files

# lib/capistrano/tasks/upload.rake namespace :upload do desc «~HERE_DOC Upload files

  cap production upload:files
task :files do
  on roles(:all) do
    index = ARGV.index 'upload:files'
    ARGV[index + 1..-1].each do |file_name|
      puts "Uploading #{file_name} to #{current_path}/#{file_name}"
        upload! file_name, "#{current_path}/#{file_name}"
      rescue StandardError => e
        puts e.message
        puts 'Try to run cap upload:files_f to create folder first and upload files (slower version)'
    exit # so we do no proccess filename arguments as cap tasks

desc <<~HERE_DOC
  Create folder and upload files (this is slower than just upload)

  cap production upload:files_f
task :files_f do
  on roles(:all) do
    index = ARGV.index 'upload:files_f'
    ARGV[index + 1..-1].each do |file_name|
      puts "Create folders #{File.dirname("#{current_path}/#{file_name}")} and upload #{file_name}"
      execute :mkdir, '-p', File.dirname("#{current_path}/#{file_name}")
      upload! file_name, "#{current_path}/#{file_name}"
    exit # so we do no proccess filename arguments as cap tasks
end   end   ```
  • is used to create crontab listing using job type: runner, rake or command. :task is replaced with first argument. here are defaults You can not use capistrano commands even it looks like capistrano. You can set :whenever_variables and use that.
    job_type :command, ":task :output"
    job_type :rake,    "cd :path && :environment_variable=:environment bundle exec rake :task --silent :output"
    job_type :runner,  "cd :path && bin/rails runner -e :environment ':task' :output"
    job_type :script,  "cd :path && :environment_variable=:environment bundle exec script/:task :output"

    When using rbenv we need to prepend with rbenv exec so first we need to pass env variable in config/deploy.rb

    # config/deploy.rb
    set :whenever_roles, -> { :worker }
    set :whenever_environment, fetch(:stage)
    set :whenever_variables, (lambda do
      "'environment=#{fetch :whenever_environment}" \
      "&rbenv_root=#{fetch :rbenv_path}'"

    and than use it in schedule.rb

    # config/schedule.rb
    set :path, '/home/ubuntu/movebase/current'
    if @rbenv_root
      # when calling using capistrano than set correct ruby and env
      set :rbenv_exec, "#{rbenv_root}/bin/rbenv exec"
      set :rbenv_exec, ''
    # Make sure that log/cron folder exists: mkdir ~/movebase/current/log/cron
    # Example: runner 'MyClass.some_function' (please use only one word, no space,
    # brackets...)
    job_type :runner, %(cd :path &&
       start=`date` &&
      :rbenv_exec bundle exec rails runner -e :environment :task 2>&1 |
      (echo $start :task started; cat -; echo `date` :task finished)
      >> ':path/log/cron/:task.log' 2>&1
    job_type :rake, %(cd :path &&
       start=`date` &&
      :rbenv_exec bundle exec rake :task |
      (echo $start :task started; cat -; echo `date` :task finished)
      >> ':path/log/cron/:task.log' 2>&1
    every :reboot do
      runner ''
      rake 'sitemap:refresh'

    Use with capistrano

    # config/deploy.rb
    set :whenever_environment, fetch(:stage)
    set :whenever_variables, (lambda do
      "'environment=#{fetch :whenever_environment}" \
      "&rbenv_root=#{fetch :rbenv_path}'"

    so using capistrano task cap production whenever:update_crontab you update whenever_variables with rbenv_root so when ssh command is executed

    cap production whenever:update_crontab
    00:00 whenever:update_crontab
          01 $HOME/.rbenv/bin/rbenv exec bundle exec whenever --update-crontab myapp_production --set 'environment=production&rbenv_root=$HOME/.rbenv' --roles=app,db,web 

    we have defined rbenv_root and whenever can use it

    # config/schedule.rb
    set :output, error: 'cron.error.log', standard: 'cron.log'
    if defined? rbenv_root
      job_type :delayed_job, %(cd :path :rbenv_root && :environment_variable=:environment :rbenv_root/bin/rbenv exec bundle exec bin/delayed_job :task --queues=webapp,mailers :output)
      job_type :delayed_job, %(cd :path && :environment_variable=:environment bin/rbenv exec bundle exec bin/delayed_job :task --queues=webapp,mailers :output)
    every :reboot do
      delayed_job 'start'

    You can use interpolation with #{name} or :name inside job_type but for set you can only use #{name}. To check crontab syntax simply run whenever in development machine.

    set :path, '/home/ubuntu/myapp/current'
    set :p, "#{path}/log/cron.script.log"
    # this will not work since colon interpolation does not work for set
    # set :p, ":path/log/cron.script.log"
    job_type :p, ":path/log/cron.script.log"
  • lets encrypt ssl cert
    # config/etc/letsencrypt/live/
    set -e # Any commands which fail will cause the shell script to exit immediately
    set -x # show command being executed
    # Run this script as root user.
    # You can run multiple times
    cd /etc/letsencrypt/live/
    # STEP 1: Generate certificate
    AWS_CONFIG_FILE=/home/ubuntu/efs/.elbas_keys certbot certonly -q --dns-route53 -d *
    # without -q quiet output should be like
    # - Congratulations! Your certificate and chain have been saved at:
    #   /etc/letsencrypt/live/
    # exit if cert has not been changed
    cmp --silent cert.pem.uploaded cert.pem && exit 1
    cp cert.pem cert.pem.uploaded
    # STEP 2: Upload to ACM and get $CERTIFICATE Arn
    AWS_CONFIG_FILE=/home/ubuntu/efs/.elbas_keys aws acm import-certificate --certificate fileb://cert.pem --certificate-chain fileb://chain.pem --private-key fileb://privkey.pem > step1.json
    export CERTIFICATE=`cat step1.json | jq -r '.CertificateArn'`
    # like CERTIFICATE=arn:aws:acm:us-east-1:664559194543:certificate/16e41ded-6cad-4e6e-b161-018d38d1a378
    # STEP 3: Find load balancer ARN and set
    # AWS_CONFIG_FILE=/home/ubuntu/efs/.elbas_keys aws elbv2 describe-load-balancers
    export LOAD_BALANCER=arn:aws:elasticloadbalancing:us-east-1:664559194543:loadbalancer/app/alb-gfd-app/3d181aae37d3b54d
    # STEP 4: Find listener ARN
    # AWS_CONFIG_FILE=/home/ubuntu/efs/.elbas_keys aws elbv2 describe-listeners --load-balancer $LOAD_BALANCER
    export LISTENER=arn:aws:elasticloadbalancing:us-east-1:664559194543:listener/app/alb-gfd-app/3d181aae37d3b54d/827991f6232bcd5c
    # STEP 5: Set new certificate for listener
    AWS_CONFIG_FILE=/home/ubuntu/efs/.elbas_keys aws elbv2 add-listener-certificates --listener-arn $LISTENER --certificates CertificateArn=$CERTIFICATE

    and create a crontab task

    cap production ssh-worker
    sudo ln -s /home/ubuntu/myapp/current/config/etc/letsencrypt/live/ /etc/letsencrypt/live/
    sudo su
    crontab -e
    # add task
    0 0 * * * perl -e 'sleep int(rand(43200))' && /etc/letsencrypt/live/ >> /home/ubuntu/myapp/current/log/renew_and_upload_certificate.log 2>&1


If you have an error

Net::SSH::AuthenticationFailed: Authentication failed for user ubuntu@ec2...

than it is probably your PEM file in different location, so to fix this you can copy to ~/config/keys/pems/gfd-keypair.pem or export in PEM_FILE

export PEM_FILE=~/gfd-keypair.pem

I also got the same error but PEM was there. I solved by downgrading and upgrading capistrano gem.

  • error like
    cap aborted!
    Aws::Errors::MissingCredentialsError: unable to sign request without credentials set

    is because you have not set up credentials, env or default location

    # ~/.aws/credentials
    aws_access_key_id = AKIA...
    aws_secret_access_key = 545...

    If you have an error

    Aws::Errors::MissingRegionError: No region was provided. Configure the `:region` option or export the region name to ENV['AWS_REGION']

    than it is probably you can not read development credentials so you need a config/credentials/development.key and check if this works

    rails credentials:edit -e development

    You should also get a config/master.key to be able to edit production secrets.

  • error like
    cap aborted!
    NoMethodError: undefined method `instances' for nil:NilClass
    Did you mean?  instance_values

    is solved by adding credentials, in my case I store in rails credentials:edit so you need both config/master.key and config/credentials.yml.enc

  • error like
    00:01 git:check
        01 git ls-remote [email protected]:duleorlovic/myapp.git HEAD
        01 [email protected]: Permission denied (publickey).
        01 fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
        01 Please make sure you have the correct access rights
        01 and the repository exists.
        01 [email protected]: Permission denied (publickey).
        01 fatal: Could not read from remote repository.
        01 Please make sure you have the correct access rights

    can be solved with

    ssh-add ~/.ssh/id_rsa
  • for error
    Missing template layouts/application with
    Manifest webpack

    please make sure that instance contains all roles roles: %w[app web db]


For error

cap production elbas:ssh
(Backtrace restricted to imported tasks)
cap aborted!
LoadError: cannot load such file -- elbas/capistrano
/home/dule/myapp/myapp/Capfile:13:in `<top (required)>'
(See full trace by running task with --trace)

solution is to use bundle exec

bundle exec cap production elbas:ssh