Rancher

by josmo

The example Yaml configurations in this file are using the legacy 0.8 syntax. If you are using Drone 1.0 or Drone Cloud please ensure you use the appropriate 1.0 syntax. Learn more here.

The Rancher plugin can be used to deploy a Docker image to a Rancher environment. The following pipeline configuration uses the Rancher plugin to deploy a Docker image to a Rancher service:

pipeline:
  rancher:
    image: peloton/drone-rancher
    url: http://awesomehost:awesomeport
    access_key: superaccesskey
    secret_key: supersecretkey
    service: huh/service1
    docker_image: huh/hello

Example configuration with not starting the container first and confirming the upgrade with a longer timeout:

pipeline:
  rancher:
    image: peloton/drone-rancher
    url: http://awesomehost:awesomeport
    access_key: superaccesskey
    secret_key: supersecretkey
    service: huh/service1
    docker_image: huh/hello
+   start_first: false
+   confirm: true
+   timeout: 180

Example configuration with a batch size of 5:

pipeline:
  rancher:
    image: peloton/drone-rancher
    url: http://awesomehost:awesomeport
    access_key: superaccesskey
    secret_key: supersecretkey
    service: huh/service1
    docker_image: huh/hello
+   batch_size: 5

Parameter Reference

url
rancher server host url
access_key
rancher environment access key
secret_key
rancher environment secret key
service
rancher service on that environment to upgrade
start_first
start new container before stopping old one, default to true
confirm
auto confirm the service upgrade if successful, defaults to false
timeout
the maximum wait time in seconds for the service to upgrade, default to 30
docker_image
docker image to use to upgrade the environment
interval_millis
interval in milliseconds between upgrades of the containers
batch_size
batch size for the service upgrade

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