Use supervisord as the runner within dokku
Deprecated as of Dokku 0.3.14 (process management) and 0.7.0 (restart policies)
Normally, dokku only runs the
webprocess within Procfile. The dokku-supervisord plugin will run all process types (web, worker, etc.) and will restart crashed applications.
As of dokku 0.4, plugins require a
plugin.tomlfile. dokku-supervisord will not install correctly. Also, the functionality of multiple proceses and restarting is built into dokku now and should not require a plugin. See issue #30 for details. If you're still interested in using supervisord past dokku 0.4 check out dokku-logging-supervisord.
git clone https://github.com/statianzo/dokku-supervisord.git /var/lib/dokku/plugins/dokku-supervisord dokku plugins-install
All future deployments will use supervisord to start all processes.
v0.4.0 renamed the
post-build-buildstepto keep compatibility with upstream dokku. If you're using an older version of dokku, be sure to pin your version to v0.3.x.
dokku-supervisord v0.3.0 changed the expected namespace from "app" to "dokku" to support Docker 0.10. See details within the dokku issue. If you're using a dokku version from before this commit, stick with v0.2.x of dokku-supervisord.
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