How I can deploy my code to private servers?
It depends on how you want to do it and where you servers are. The simplest method is just to rsync files over.
I wrote a blog about how to do it with a Jekyll site here https://bitkumo.com/blog/continuously-deploying-with-jekyll-and-circleci/ but the jekyll part is not relevant, the procedure is the same for any scenario where you need to move files from CricleCI to your own servers.
I need to deploy it to Windows Server 2012, how I can setup the circle file for Windows? I will need any dependency?
We don’t really have a first class way of deploying to Windows. What is your current strategy for deploying to a windows Server?
Currently I do it manually, I make a push with my commits from my local environment then I make a pull in Windows server
I’m looking for a way to do it automatically
I am trying to follow your approach but the rsync commend does not really work. here is the error message
rsync -avz _site/ email@example.com/test
sending incremental file list
rsync: mkdir "/firstname.lastname@example.org/test" failed: No such file or directory (2)
rsync error: error in file IO (code 11) at main.c(674) [Receiver=3.1.0]
rsync -avz _site/ email@example.com/test returned exit code 11
Action failed: rsync -avz _site/ firstname.lastname@example.org/test
is it maybe because of the string
this is my circle.yml
- rsync -avz _site/ email@example.com/test
Try adding a colon (
:) to your hostname like this:
deployment: push_to_server: branch: master commands: - rsync -avz _site/ firstname.lastname@example.org:/test
That will push the files to your server at the path
/test/. If test is suppose to be relative, remove the slash before it in the rsync command. Then it would push to
okay, thanks. this is seems to be fixed. now my server has a problem