Deploy swarm stacks against a SSH based remote docker daemon context
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README.md

stack-ssh-deploy

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Deploy swarm stacks against a SSH based remote docker daemon context.

This is meant to be used as a Drone plugin.

Settings

Required (no default)

  • deploy_key: SSH private key part for ssh public key authentication
  • stack: Name of the stack to be deployed

Optional (with defaults)

  • compose (default: compose.yml): compose file to use for deploying
  • host (default: swarm.autonomic.zone): Host to deploy to (don’t include ssh://)
  • port (default: 222): SSH port to connect to
  • user (default: drone): System user to connect via SSH with
  • networks (default:): Try and auto-create these networks first

Dangerous options, unwise outside CI

  • generate_secrets (default: false): randomly set all secrets: found in the compose file -- you won’t be able to retrieve them afterwards, so you almost certainly don’t want this for real deployments.
  • purge (default: false): runs aggresive cleaning up measure to wipe deployment afterwards

Example

---
kind: pipeline
name: deploy to swarm
steps:
  - name: stack deploy
    image: decentral1se/stack-ssh-deploy:latest
    settings:
      stack: mystack
      deploy_key:
        from_secret: drone_deploy_key
      networks:
        - proxy
        - mail
      environment:
        DOMAIN: test.example.com

Publishing

The version can be bumped in the .drone.yml file. We’re sticking with latest as we iterate on the code right now.

If you push a commit to master, the Drone config will publish to Docker Hub.