Simple Git Deploy
Sunday 29 March, 2015
This is a simple way to deploy to a remote server, more for my reference than anything else.
Create a new folder on the server and initialise a bare git repository in it.
mkdir /root/repos/project-name cd /root/repos/project-name git init --bare
Create a post-receive hook (
nano /hooks/post-receive) with this as the contents:
#!/bin/sh REPO=/root/repos/project-name TMP_GIT_CLONE=/tmp/project-name PUBLIC_DIR=/var/www/project-name git clone $REPO $TMP_GIT_CLONE cp -rp $TMP_GIT_CLONE/* $PUBLIC_DIR rm -rf $TMP_GIT_CLONE
Make sure to create the public directory if it doesn’t already exist. Then add the remote to your local repo.
git remote add live ssh@server:/root/repos/project-name