Hi, If I make a Capistrano task like task :test, :roles => :app do run "env" end It prints something completely different than if I just do ssh login@host env I need all my login scripts to run so all my environment vars (including PATH) are set. All my Capistrano tasks are failing because the paths are setup properly. Thanks for the help.
on 2006-03-29 00:39
on 2006-03-29 02:23
On Mar 28, 2006, at 1:39 PM, Christopher J. Bottaro wrote: > > I need all my login scripts to run so all my environment vars > (including > PATH) are set. All my Capistrano tasks are failing because the paths > are setup properly. If I do ssh login@host env I get a very different env than if I log into that box and run env from the cli. I'm not sure why you'd be getting the full environment in the former case. Capistrano basically executes each command in a very basic shell, not a login shell, which means your PATH and so forth won't be set. If you need each command to execute within a fully initialized login environment, you can try doing something like: task :test do run "bash -l -c env" end - Jamis