The Squash YAML file
You can define a
.squash.yml at the root level of your repository. This file provides greater flexibility to control the build and execution of each deployment.
Squash works out of the box without the need of a
.squash.yml file. In this case Squash searches for a
docker-compose.yml file within the root path of your application code. More detail on the deployment build process.
Troubleshooting YAML file issues
You may use a YAML validator if you are unsure if your Squash YAML file is valid.
The .squash.yml structure
.squash.yml file is organized by applications, supporting multiple apps within the same repo. Squash supports applications based on Docker or entirely described in the YAML file, for repositories that are not Docker based. We also support Kubernetes deployments.
deployments: AppName1: filename: ./src/DockerfileABC AppName2: filename: ./src/DockerfileXYZ
For the examples above,
AppName2 are mandatory and are meant to be customized, they define a user friendly name for each application, this name will also be displayed in the Squash PR comments.
Here is a typical .squash.yml file for a single application based on Docker:
deployments: CRM: filename: ./src/CRM/docker-compose.yml context_path: ./src vm_size: 2GB ready_wait: # This will tell Squash to wait up to 20 min (1200 seconds) for a # success response from the app. The count down only starts after # the build process is finished. 1200
And here is a sample Squash YAML file for an application that doesn’t use Docker:
deployments: default: dockerimage: python:latest build_steps: - apt-get update && apt-get install -y libssl-dev libpq-dev git build-essential libfontconfig1 libfontconfig1-dev curl - RUN bash -c "curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_8.x | bash -" - apt install -y nodejs - pip install setuptools pip --upgrade --force-reinstall - cd /code post_build_steps: - npm install --no-save - npm run dist - pip install /code - mkdir /myproject - cd /myproject - wagtail start mysite - cd /myproject/mysite - python manage.py migrate - echo "from django.contrib.auth import get_user_model; User = get_user_model(); User.objects.create_superuser('admin', 'firstname.lastname@example.org', 'password')" | python manage.py shell launch_steps: - cd /myproject/mysite - python manage.py runserver 0.0.0.0:80 run_options: -v ~/code:/code
Below is a comprehensive guide on each supported YAML field and use cases for both YAML based apps and applications using Docker.
Global YAML fields
These YAML fields are supported on any application type (Docker, Kubernetes or non-Docker based).
See Global YAML fields.
Docker specific fields
Kubernetes specific fields
YAML based fields