[GeoNode-users] [geonode-users] Dockerfiles and Elastic Beanstalk geonode deploys
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Sat Feb 14 07:36:43 PST 2015
Docker/Vagrant are useful to manage the pulling together of multiple
components in the right order configured the right way. But honestly these
are tools for developers To script out a deployment, the Geonode community
maintains a Ubuntu ppa which is by far the easiest and straightforward way
to install and get Geonode setup in a production environment. Keep it
simple, go directly to ec2 spin up Ubuntu 14.04, ssh into it and run the
commands found on the website replacing production with testing ppa and or
follow the installation docs on using the ppa... Assign an elastic IP in
Amazon and use it in the updateip -> Now you have a Geonode accessible to
anyone with the link to it
Also note that the user mailing list has changed
On Thursday, February 12, 2015, David Kennewell <davekennewell at gmail.com
> Hi Geonoders,
> I'm attempting my first Geonode instance deploy. Before I start - I'm an
> enviro engineer, not a Linux admin!
> I'm looking to create a deployment where I can edit code in PyCharm and
> deploy it using the aws elastic beanstalk command line.
> I've used this dockerfile:
> to configure and deploy an this instance of Geonode (likely this link will
> be killed off soon to save my aws bill!):
> This is a mild success for me. I have a site up and running, however as
> you can see there are some issues. From my limited django experience it
> looks like a collectstatic call hasn't been made where it should.
> However when I ssh into the instance and try and run collectstatic to test
> this theory, I realise I can't do this simply without becoming a docker
> Can anyone shed some light on what might cause this "damaged but working"
> Is Docker the easiest way for me to do this in AWS? Or should I go back to
> trying to build the environment using .ebextension config files?
> Thanks for you time
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