Hi everyone, I’ve been trying to use Mix releases to deploy an umbrella app composed of one phoenix server, one ETS app, and five other sub-apps.
I’ve been trying to deploy it using a Dockerfile and based on the current documentation:
My Dockerfile looks like this: dockerfile · GitHub
the image is built successfully, but when I try to run the image, I get the following error:
: not found2: /app/releases/0.1.0/env.sh:
Even tough, the file env.sh currently exists and its contents are:
Sets and enables heart (recommended only in daemon mode)
case $RELEASE_COMMAND in
Set the release to work across nodes.
RELEASE_DISTRIBUTION must be “sname” (local), “name” (distributed) or “none”.
export RELEASE_NODE=<%= @release.name %>
I didn’t find anything about this issue on internet, does anyone have ever gone through something like this before?
Hi, I just had the same problem and found this thread when searching for a solution. I’m guessing this may be too late for OP, but here is my solution for future reference:
I’m building a Linux docker image from a Windows host. My issue was that
env.sh.eex had CRLF line endings, which somehow caused problems when the (empty) lines in
env.sh were read/executed in the docker image.
Replacing the CRLF endings with LF solved my issue.