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tubearchivist/deploy.sh

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#!/bin/bash
# deploy all needed project files to different servers:
# test for local vm for testing
# blackhole for local production
# unstable to publish intermediate releases
# docker to publish regular release
# create builder:
# docker buildx create --name tubearchivist
# docker buildx use tubearchivist
# docker buildx inspect --bootstrap
# more details:
# https://github.com/tubearchivist/tubearchivist/issues/6
set -e
function sync_blackhole {
host="blackhole.local"
rsync -a --progress --delete-after \
--exclude ".git" \
--exclude ".gitignore" \
--exclude "**/cache" \
--exclude "**/__pycache__/" \
--exclude "db.sqlite3" \
. -e ssh "$host":tubearchivist
ssh "$host" 'docker build -t bbilly1/tubearchivist --build-arg TARGETPLATFORM="linux/amd64" tubearchivist'
ssh "$host" 'docker compose up -d'
}
function sync_test {
# docker commands don't need sudo in testing vm
# pass argument to build for specific platform
host="tubearchivist.local"
# make base folder
ssh "$host" "mkdir -p docker"
# copy project files to build image
rsync -a --progress --delete-after \
--exclude ".git" \
--exclude ".gitignore" \
--exclude "**/cache" \
--exclude "**/__pycache__/" \
--exclude "db.sqlite3" \
. -e ssh "$host":tubearchivist
# copy default docker-compose file if not exist
rsync --progress --ignore-existing docker-compose.yml -e ssh "$host":docker
if [[ $1 = "amd64" ]]; then
platform="linux/amd64"
elif [[ $1 = "arm64" ]]; then
platform="linux/arm64"
elif [[ $1 = "multi" ]]; then
platform="linux/amd64,linux/arm64"
else
platform="linux/amd64"
fi
ssh "$host" "docker buildx build --build-arg INSTALL_DEBUG=1 --platform $platform -t bbilly1/tubearchivist:latest tubearchivist --load"
ssh "$host" 'docker compose -f docker/docker-compose.yml up -d'
}
# run same tests and checks as with github action but locally
# takes filename to validate as optional argument
function validate {
if [[ $1 ]]; then
check_path="$1"
else
check_path="."
fi
echo "run validate on $check_path"
# note: this logic is duplicated in the `./github/workflows/lint_python.yml` config
# if you update this file, you should update that as well
echo "running black"
black --diff --color --check -l 79 "$check_path"
echo "running codespell"
codespell --skip="./.git,./package.json,./package-lock.json,./node_modules" "$check_path"
echo "running flake8"
flake8 "$check_path" --count --max-complexity=10 --max-line-length=79 \
--show-source --statistics
echo "running isort"
isort --check-only --diff --profile black -l 79 "$check_path"
printf " \n> all validations passed\n"
}
# update latest tag compatible es for set and forget
function sync_latest_es {
VERSION=$(grep "bbilly1/tubearchivist-es" docker-compose.yml | awk '{print $NF}')
printf "\nsync new ES version %s\nContinue?\n" "$VERSION"
read -rn 1
if [[ $(systemctl is-active docker) != 'active' ]]; then
echo "starting docker"
sudo systemctl start docker
fi
sudo docker image pull docker.elastic.co/elasticsearch/elasticsearch:"$VERSION"
sudo docker tag \
docker.elastic.co/elasticsearch/elasticsearch:"$VERSION" \
bbilly1/tubearchivist-es
sudo docker tag \
docker.elastic.co/elasticsearch/elasticsearch:"$VERSION" \
bbilly1/tubearchivist-es:"$VERSION"
sudo docker push bbilly1/tubearchivist-es
sudo docker push bbilly1/tubearchivist-es:"$VERSION"
}
# publish unstable tag to docker
function sync_unstable {
if [[ $(systemctl is-active docker) != 'active' ]]; then
echo "starting docker"
sudo systemctl start docker
fi
# start amd64 build
sudo docker buildx build \
--platform linux/amd64 \
-t bbilly1/tubearchivist:unstable --push .
}
# new function, sync only tag, build with build server
function sync_docker {
# check things
if [[ $(git branch --show-current) != 'master' ]]; then
echo 'you are not on master, dummy!'
return
fi
echo "latest tags:"
git tag | tail -n 5 | sort -r
printf "\ncreate new version:\n"
read -r VERSION
echo "push new tag: $VERSION?"
read -rn 1
# create release tag
echo "commits since last version:"
git log "$(git describe --tags --abbrev=0)"..HEAD --oneline
git tag -a "$VERSION" -m "new release version $VERSION"
git push origin "$VERSION"
}
# old builder, sync tag, build and push locally
function sync_docker_old {
# check things
if [[ $(git branch --show-current) != 'master' ]]; then
echo 'you are not on master, dummy!'
return
fi
if [[ $(systemctl is-active docker) != 'active' ]]; then
echo "starting docker"
sudo systemctl start docker
fi
echo "latest tags:"
git tag | tail -n 5 | sort -r
printf "\ncreate new version:\n"
read -r VERSION
echo "build and push $VERSION?"
read -rn 1
# start build
sudo docker buildx build \
--platform linux/amd64,linux/arm64 \
-t bbilly1/tubearchivist \
-t bbilly1/tubearchivist:unstable \
-t bbilly1/tubearchivist:"$VERSION" --push .
# create release tag
echo "commits since last version:"
git log "$(git describe --tags --abbrev=0)"..HEAD --oneline
git tag -a "$VERSION" -m "new release version $VERSION"
git push origin "$VERSION"
}
if [[ $1 == "blackhole" ]]; then
sync_blackhole
elif [[ $1 == "test" ]]; then
sync_test "$2"
elif [[ $1 == "validate" ]]; then
validate "$2"
elif [[ $1 == "versioncheck" ]]; then
python version_check.py
elif [[ $1 == "docker" ]]; then
sync_docker
elif [[ $1 == "unstable" ]]; then
sync_unstable
elif [[ $1 == "es" ]]; then
sync_latest_es
else
echo "valid options are: blackhole | test | validate | versioncheck | docker | unstable | es"
fi
##
exit 0