THIS IS FOR ARCHIVAL PURPOSES. THIS IS OUT-OF-DATE

backup OpenShift

openshift getenv(USER) from OpenShift php
ssh to {user}@{app-domain} gear snapshot  > file

Run gear app

OpenShift migration further notes

Encrypt a file using a supplied password :

$ openssl enc -aes-256-cbc -salt -in file.txt -out file.txt.enc -k PASS

Decrypt a file using a supplied password :

$ openssl enc -aes-256-cbc -d -in file.txt.enc -out file.txt -k PASS

Add script to tar plugin, then rhc a SSH key into account, ssh to account and tar x data…

  1. get target directory
  2. clean-up target directory
  3. extract new contents

Probably can use deploy as an example…

  • need to list images that have been uploaded to S3.
  • need to convert imgsrc references…

? wordpress filters vs hooks ?

Sample stuff:

Skeleton

Mangle data when saving

post types … perhaps we add an S3 flag to the post type: Attachment

WordPress

Standard Customizations:

  1. Appearance
    • Set theme
    • Site Identity
    • Header & Background iamge
    • Menus: Set-up top bar?
  2. Settings
    • General Settings
      1. Membership: Not anyone can register
      2. Timezone UTC
      3. Date/Time Format
    • Reading
      1. For each article in the feed: Show full text
    • Discussion
      1. Users must be registered to comment. Not fill out name+email
      2. Comments author must have previously approved comment
    • Permalinks
      1. Month and name

Plugins

  • Front Page Category
    • Customizer, Front Page Categories, select what to show
  • Collapsing category list
    • Customizer, Widgets, Categories, customize…
  • bbPress
    • NO anonymous posting
  • WP Social Login
    • Bouncer
    • Allow Username change
  • Rich Revies
    • Integrate user accounts

OpenShift Recipe

The official deploy tool dpl does not seem to work with secondary branches.

Pre-requisistes

  1. Install git
  2. Install RHC command line
    • yum install epel-release
    • yum install rubygem-rhc
  3. Install Travis command line
    • yum install epel-release
    • yum install ruby-devel rubygem-ffi (maybe others)
    • gem install travis -v 1.8.2 –no-rdoc –no-ri
  4. A github, travis-ci and opens

Preparing Repo

This section can be skipped if we already have a github repo.

  1. Fork wordpress-example
  2. Create any additional branches as needed.
  3. Configure travis-ci by creating a basic .travis.yml
    • language: php
    • php:
      • ‘5.4’
    • script: true
  4. Since travis setup openshift doesn’t work, we need to use the DIY deploy script. So make a copy of it. And configure:
    • env:
    • _ global:
    • __ OPENSHIFT_USER=$username
    • __ OPENSHIFT_SECRET=$secret
      1. Obviously the secret should be encrypted using:
        • travis encrypt OPENSHIFT_SECRET=$secret [–add env.global]
    • script:
      • sh deploy.sh
    • diydeploy:
      • deploy $branch:$openshift_app … initially empty…

Deploying Repo to OpenShift App

  1. Create a new Application from the Openshift console.
    • Use (WordPress 4)
    • Just leave initial repo to the default
    • Decide on scaling options.
    • DO NOT GO THROUGH SITE INSTALL YET!
  2. Add the $branch:$openshift_app to the .travis.yml, and push so travis-ci will deploy.
  3. Tweak configuration:
    • force https through .htaccess.
    • Enable MULTISITE (if needed)
  4. Enable custom domain
    • Create Domain Name (on DNS) and add custom domain in OpenShift
    • Add Certificate to OpenShift (self-signed or maybe CloudFlare)
      • openssl req -x509 -newkey rsa:2048 -keyout key.pem -out cert.pem -days 3650 -nodes
    • Wait for DNS to propagate
  5. Log-on to the site and go through installation.
    • Verify that URLs use https:
    • Dashboard -> Settings -> General
    • Verify in Permalinks that https is used.

Fork syncing

   - Clone repo
   - Configure a remote fork
     1. git remote -v
     2. git remote add upstream https://github.com/openshift/wordpress-example.git
   - Syncing a fork
     1. git fetch upstream
     2. git checkout master
     3. git merge upstream/master




      //define('DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE', 'dev.iliu.net');
      if ($_SERVER['SERVER_NAME'] != 'dev.iliu.net') {
         define('DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE', 'iliu.net');
      } else {
         define('DOMAIN_CURRENT_SITE', 'dev.iliu.net');
      }

openshift mailgun

Success! You’re signed up and we just created your sandbox server sandboxf9dbaaa2f22a49a693955138381837e7.mailgun.org

Include the Autoloader (see “Libraries” for install instructions)

require 'vendor/autoload.php';
use Mailgun\Mailgun;

# Instantiate the client.
$mgClient = new Mailgun('key-xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx');
$domain = "sandboxf9dbaaa2f22a49a693955138381837e7.mailgun.org";

# Make the call to the client.
$result = $mgClient->sendMessage("$domain",
                  array('from'    => 'Mailgun Sandbox <[email protected]>',
                        'to'      => 'Alejandro Liu <[email protected]>',
                        'subject' => 'Hello Alejandro Liu',
                        'text'    => 'Congratulations Alejandro Liu, you just sent an email with Mailgun!  You are truly awesome!  You can see a record of this email in your logs: https://mailgun.com/cp/log .  You can send up to 300 emails/day from this sandbox server.  Next, you should add your own domain so you can send 10,000 emails/month for free.'));