I have continuous delivery setup using travisCI and capistrano for a rails 5 app. As part of the capistrano deploy it sends notifications to a slack channel. This is failing when it tries to access the rails encrypted secrets. For the notifications i’m using capistrano-slackify
I’ve done the following:
added the master.key file to travisci as an encrypted file which contains the slack webhook Added the config for capistrano-slackify to capistrano.
I’ve confirmed that this is working outside of travis as I can deploy and receive notifications, inside of slack, it’s just not working when called inside of travis.
Has anyone experienced this before?
set :slack_url, YAML.load(rails credentials:show
set :slack_channel, ['#devops']
- openssl aes-256-cbc -K $encrypted_8ad82cc635a3_key -iv $encrypted_8ad82cc635a$ -in master.key.enc -out config/master.key -d
Error in build
ruby-2.0.0-p481 ruby 2.5.0p0 (2017-12-25 revision 61468) [x86_64-linux] 00:00 slack:notify_started Notifying Slack of deploy starting (Backtrace restricted to imported tasks) cap aborted! :slack_url is not set Tasks: TOP => deploy:starting => slack:notify_started (See full trace by running task with --trace) The deploy has failed with an error: :slack_url is not set ** DEPLOY FAILED