See the Avalon 6.2 Release Notes for more information.
Avalon 6.2 has been tested against Ruby 2.3 and Ruby 2.4. While there are no known reasons that other versions of Ruby 2 will not work, the Avalon Team recommends using one of these versions of Ruby.
Avalon 6.2 has primarily been tested against Fedora 4.7.4. Fedora 4.7.4 is also currently in the process of becoming the LTS version of Fedora; you may wish to consider upgrading to Fedora 4.7.4, but this is not required. Fedora 4.7.4 install/upgrade directions can be found here.
/about/health.yaml is now publicly accessible to make it easier for monitoring softwares like Nagios to parse. All other routes under
/about/ still requires authentication and administrator privilege.
Download and deploy new code from avalon repo
Update gems and DB
bundle install RAILS_ENV=production bundle exec rake db:migrate
Restart passenger (if using)
Restart Resque (background jobs processor)
pkill -f resque RAILS_ENV=production BACKGROUND=yes bundle exec rake resque:scheduler RAILS_ENV=production BACKGROUND=yes QUEUE=* bundle exec rake resque:work
Update new code from avalon-docker
git checkout master git pull
Rebuild and replace Avalon container. Note: it's not necessary to take Avalon down first.
docker-compose build --no-cache avalon docker-compose up avalon