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From Eric Johnson <e...@tibco.com>
Subject Re: Leightweight tools for automated svn update + some scripting
Date Fri, 02 Oct 2015 17:30:39 GMT
As Joseba indicated, try Ansible. Salt Stack also has an "agentless" mode.

I use Ansible to deploy / configure Subversion and mirrors.

And of course, then you can track your configuration changes in version
control.

As this question is somewhat off topic from this mailing list, I suggest
learning more about Ansible & Salt Stack, and asking in the appropriate
forums for those.

Eric.

On Fri, Oct 2, 2015 at 8:01 AM, Thorsten Schöning <tschoening@am-soft.de>
wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> I'm doing a bit research for our somewhat small company how to best
> update home grown services, web applications and configurations on
> production and testing servers. We have only few of them, but many
> more working copies all over the place with various layouts, some
> applications even consist of independent wcs in different folders for
> historical reasons and such.
>
> There's a lot of tools available around the subject "continuous
> delivery", things like Puppet, Chef etc. are mentioned very often, but
> all of those look very heavyweight to me currently. Some come with
> their own web server, database, need "configurations" implemented in
> programming languages we have no experience with, are really bad
> debuggable locally and whatever... What I'm currently more interested
> in is something between doing things manually and such things like
> Puppet, because I don't seem to be very good at finding such software,
> if it exists.
>
> What I would need is something polling some repos, like commit
> monitors, only server based without GUI and such, and on commits
> updates some working copies. Additionally, I need to be able to at
> least restart services. I guess this covers around 95% of my use
> cases and reads like some flexible commit monitor and a scripting
> interface, but I hope that maybe some of this scripting could be
> avoided and replaced by really simple configurations. Of course this
> would only be useful if such an application doesn't bring it's own web
> server, database and Ruby runtime environment...
>
> Do you know of something like that available? Thanks!
>
> Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
>
> Thorsten Schöning
>
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