Capistrano (Errno::ECONNREFUSED: Connection refused - connec

Hi folks,
I’m trying to setup with Capistrano 2 and I received this error:
$ cap deploy:setup

  • executing `deploy:setup’
  • executing “umask 02 && mkdir -p /var/www/apps/twitter
    /var/www/apps/twitter/releases /var/www/apps/twitter/shared
    /var/www/apps/twitter/shared/system /var/www/apps/twitter/shared/log
    /var/www/apps/twitter/shared/pids”
    servers: [“twitter.serni.net”]
    [DEBUG] Mon Oct 22 22:49:44 +0200 2007 – transport.session: connecting
    connection failed for: twitter.serni.net (Errno::ECONNREFUSED:
    Connection refused - connect(2))

Hehehe, I named the test project “twitter” (ough!). I think the problem
is the ssh port: 33022. For the svn+ssh I made a tunnel at the
subversion conf file, so, the Capistrano repository config is like this:

set :repository,
“svn+sernissh://#{domain}/var/www/apps/#{application}/repos/trunk”

Any idea?

Thanks!!
Xavier

On 10/22/07, Xavier B. [email protected] wrote:

[DEBUG] Mon Oct 22 22:49:44 +0200 2007 – transport.session: connecting
connection failed for: twitter.serni.net (Errno::ECONNREFUSED:
Connection refused - connect(2))

Hehehe, I named the test project “twitter” (ough!). I think the problem
is the ssh port: 33022. For the svn+ssh I made a tunnel at the
subversion conf file, so, the Capistrano repository config is like this:

It seems that your server (twitter.serni.net) isn’t answering (is not
open).

Also, check the documentation about capistrano recipes on how to
include the ssh port for each host.

set :repository,
“svn+sernissh://#{domain}/var/www/apps/#{application}/repos/trunk”

svn+sernissh??? I guess SVN will not understand that protocol :stuck_out_tongue:


Luis L.
Multimedia systems

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which is the price which all of us must pay to achieve any goal that
is worthwhile.
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Luis L. wrote:

On 10/22/07, Xavier B. [email protected] wrote:

[DEBUG] Mon Oct 22 22:49:44 +0200 2007 – transport.session: connecting
connection failed for: twitter.serni.net (Errno::ECONNREFUSED:
Connection refused - connect(2))

Hehehe, I named the test project “twitter” (ough!). I think the problem
is the ssh port: 33022. For the svn+ssh I made a tunnel at the
subversion conf file, so, the Capistrano repository config is like this:

It seems that your server (twitter.serni.net) isn’t answering (is not
open).

Ups, it’s rare, but you’re right! If I make a nmap, doesnt show any ssh
open port!

Also, check the documentation about capistrano recipes on how to
include the ssh port for each host.

set :repository,
“svn+sernissh://#{domain}/var/www/apps/#{application}/repos/trunk”

svn+sernissh??? I guess SVN will not understand that protocol :stuck_out_tongue:

Well, jusr said at the first post. “sernissh” is a pattern I write at
the .subversion conf file to access any port unless 22…

Section for configuring tunnel agents.

[tunnels]
sernissh=/usr/bin/ssh -p 33022

Thanks!
Xavier B.

I had the same basic issue with a host that uses 7822 for ssh; fixed
with info from middle of this page:
http://wiki.rubyonrails.org/rails/pages/Capistrano

Seems easier to just re-create the custom protocol in deploy.rb, thus

set :repository, svn+ssh://[email protected]/path/to/repos"
ssh_options[:port] = 7822

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