RancherOS on FreeNAS
Date: 2016-10-04 Version: 1.2 Author: firstname.lastname@example.org
This is my short documentation on how to install RancherOS on FreeNAS.
Versions used: - RancherOS v.0.6.1 - FreeNAS 9.10-stable
|// A Declarative Pipeline is defined within a 'pipeline' block.|
|// agent defines where the pipeline will run.|
|// This also could have been 'agent any' - that has the same meaning.|
|// Other possible built-in agent types are 'agent none', for not running the|
|// top-level on any agent (which results in you needing to specify agents on|
|// each stage and do explicit checkouts of scm in those stages), 'docker',|
|# git pre-commit hook that runs an clang-format stylecheck.|
|# - abort commit when commit does not comply with the style guidelines|
|# - create a patch of the proposed style changes|
|# modifications for clang-format by email@example.com|
|# This file is part of a set of unofficial pre-commit hooks available|
|# at github.|
Let's say that you moved your workspace from the folder in which you initially created it and now want to make AccuRev aware of the new location for the files.
In order to change the location of a workspace the following command must be used:
accurev chws -w foo_workspace -l .
A lot of times you are developing a web application on your own laptop or home computer and would like to demo it to the public. Most of those times you are behind a router/firewall and you don't have a public IP address. Instead of configuring routers (often not possible), this solution gives you a public URL that's reverse tunnelled via ssh to your laptop.
Because of the relaxation of the sshd setup, it's best used on a dedicated virtual machine just for this (an Amazon micro instance for example).