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Checking site status after deploying with Laravel's Envoy

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Checking site status after deploying with Laravel's Envoy

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Guy Warner
·May 24, 2020·

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At MonitorBase we've started using Laravel's Envoy to deploy our new inhouse invoice system.

For us, our invoice system is hosted on a basic AWS set up on a single server. I'll be publishing more on our deployment process but it is a little complex due to our security protocols.

After the deployment, we wanted to know if the invoice system was live and returning a 200 as it should.

(Here's our dumbed-down code with the health check to return a 200)

@setup
    $healthUrl = 'https://yoursiteurl.com';
@endsetup

@servers(['server' => '127.0.0.1'])

@story('deploy')
    deployCode
    healthCheck
@endstory

@task('deployCode', ['on' => 'server'])
    deploy
@endtask

@task('healthCheck', ['on' => 'local'])
    @php
    sleep(10);
    $headers = get_headers($healthUrl);
    $response = $headers[0];
    @endphp
    echo {{ $healthUrl }} - {{ $response }}
@endtask

Let me know if you have a better way!

 
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