While setting up a GitLab CI build & deployment pipeline for one of our customer projects, I had the need to expose GitLab's environment-specific variables in multiple jobs as I needed the information in the build & deployment steps. Since I needed to run the jobs on different servers, I was not able to combine both jobs.
Deployer is a valuable tool that simplifies and automates the deployment process of PHP applications in a traditional non-container environment.
a network with name customer_staging_default exists but was not created for project "customer_staging"
Set `external: true` to use an existing network
network customer_staging_default was found but has incorrect label com.docker.compose.network set to "staging_default"
For traditional non container deployments, Deployer is a value tool to simplify & automate the deployment process of a PHP application. Thanks to its collection of default deployment recipes, Deployer can be used out-of-the-box for deployments.
Since migrating to my Windows 10 & WSL2 setup a few years ago, I regularly try to reclaim disk space from my WSL2 setup by following the steps outlined in Scott Hanselman's blog post. However, this time it did not work as expected.
Internally we develop our own tools, that we use as CLI. To make it easier to distribute and use them, we create standalone binaries. But often the files are huge.
So let's see how we can make them smaller without losing any functionality.