I just started working with App Platform and I am unsure which commands I should be adding in Run vs Build steps.
I am deploying a Laravel App and I need to run DB migrations, route caching, & config caching.
php artisan migrate --force # Clear caches php artisan cache:clear # Clear expired password reset tokens php artisan auth:clear-resets # Clear and cache routes php artisan route:cache # Clear and cache config php artisan config:cache # Clear and cache views php artisan view:cache
Should these be Build Commands after my composer install or should they be Run Commands before I run heroky-php-apahce2?
Or does it matter?
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I would usually put then in the
Here is a cool 1 hour long video that shows how to build and deploy Laravel on the App platform:
At minute 38:00 you can see the migration part.
Another good resource is this tutorial here that shows you how to use the
doctlcommand line to deploy Laravel to the App platform:
In that article, Erika uses a separate Job component for the migrations.
Hope that this helps! Regards, Bobby