I was following this guide Nitrous to Heroku Guide It describes the process to fork a git repo but I want to push my directory of stuff to Git and then to Heroku. Well I really wanted to just push my stuff to Heroku. Argghh now I am lost. So either push directly to Heroku […]
I have a node.js app that I pushed to Heroku. It uses MongoDB for it’s storage. Heroku offers a free MongoDB as an addon that your app can connect to. Now my question is, since the connection string is of this format: mongodb://dbuser:dbpass@host:port/dbname, and since Heroku uses git to push, how do I push my […]
I solved my problem while writing this post, but I thought this might be good information for other noobs like me 🙂 To solve the problem below edit the following file .git/config There’s a section that looks like this [remote “heroku”] url = email@example.com:adjective-noun-1234.git fetch = +refs/heads/*:refs/remotes/heroku/* This is what git tries to push to. […]
When deploying an app, Heroku’s documentation mentions a git push. Does this mean that Heroku pushes my code to a public Git repo? Or is it private, like OpenShift?
To try out a feature branch, I pushed it to Heroku’s master (since that’s the only branch it uses for your website), i.e. I did: git push heroku feature-foo:master Meanwhile, I made some commits to my local master branch. Now I want to push my local master back out to Heroku, but am getting: To […]
Is it possile to only push one file to Heroku, instead off all changed files? Thanks…
In my team, we use Gitlab a remote repository, so we are finding a solution for auto deploy we apps to Heroku directly. We found Codeship for auto deploy apps to Heroku from Github. Any tips? Tricks?
I’m trying to read a file in Heroku because it’s an old website where Git got corrupted and I no longer have the files for it. I have rolled back to its version to to read from it and I’ve gotten to the bash folder where it is using heroku run bash ls app/views/ How […]
I’m using Heroku and have a Rails app that is stable (production env), so I wanted to create something new where I can have quality assurance env where I can see how the changes will work on Heroku (as well as aggregating enhancements for releases) without always pushing to my production app. So what I […]
After creating my rails project, pushing it into the GIT repo, was not able to push it to Heroku. When I run the command: git push heroku master I get this error: ssh: connect to host heroku.com port 22: Bad file number fatal: The remote end hung up unexpectedly Am not behind a firewall, proxy […]