This is the Heroku/Dokku buildpack for CommandBox
The buildpack will allow you to deploy your CFML applications directly to Heroku (or to Dokku-enabled hosts) using CommandBox to manage your CFML engine. It allows you to specify your custom server configuration settings using the CommandBox server API, avoiding additional script and configuration files during the Heroku deployment process.
While both Heroku and Dokku proxy their traffic through NGINX, all files, including static assets, in your app will be served by the underlying Commandbox servlet container and the assigned CFML engine. As such, deployments with this build pack are primarily targeted towards low to medium traffic sites. Use cases include staging sites, bug logs, and system monitors and middleware apps which provide service to other applications in your stack.
For more robust, high-traffic deployments consider using a customized buildpack using Tomcat behind Apache or NGINX.
Deploy a sample app:
Below are the configuration options for both Heroku and Dokku environments.
Create your heroku app:
heroku apps:create myapp.mydomain.com
Heroku will return two URLS - the app domain ( you can configure a custom domain later ), and the heroku repository remote url which is configured to deploy your application.
Set up a new remote for this url:
git remote add heroku https://git.heroku.com/myapp.mydomain.com.git
Set your buildpack for Heroku with the command
heroku buildpacks:set https://github.com/ortus-solutions/heroku-buildpack-commandbox.git
Create a file in the root of your project named .buildpacks and add the following to that file:
Now configure a new Git remote for your Dokku deployment ( Dokku will create the repo automatically if it doesn't exist ):
git remote add dokku https://dokku.mydomain.com/myapp.mydomain.com.git
Both Heroku and Dokku use a git push to the repository to trigger deployment. By default the master branch is the only branch triggered for deployment with a push. A simple push the repository triggers the deployment (using the remote name you set in configuration):
git push heroku master
You may override this by specifying a branch in your push to act as master (e.g. - deploying to a staging instance):
git push heroku yourbranch:master
Note: Once deployment is returned as successful, you may receive NGINX 502 errors for up to 60 seconds as the CommandBox server starts up for the first time.
You may run additional commands on your server environment or enter a terminal to connect to your dyno by simply typing
heroko run bash from the root directory of your project.
Your heap size settings will need to be configured according to the dyno size ( Heroku ) or available memory of the Dokku instance. By default, Commandbox uses a heap size of 512MB, which is larger than the free/hobby tier for Heroku. A heap size setting larger than that allocated to the dyno will cause a Commandbox startup failure.
See Heroku's environmental notes for Java heap sizes to determine your available heap size upon deployment.
To set the heap size to 300MB, for example, simply run
box server set jvm.heapsize=300. This will save the setting to your
server.json file and will persist that value to your deployed application.
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