can anyone tell me how to use rsync with the google cloud storage deploy, i've tried adding it in the EXTRA_ARGS: 'rysnc' but it doesnt seem to like it. I just want to upload changed files now the initial upload has been done and save a load of bandwidth charges.
Which pipe are you using? If you've started with the Google App Engine deploy example, I don't see rsync functionality (or flags) in the google cloud package the example relies on.
One option might be to use the rsync deploy pipeline instead, and deploy over SSH. Google provides some documentation here for getting set up with SSH access:
Thanks for confirming. Looks like the underlying command for that pipeline is cp - on this particular line in the pipe we can see the cp command.
As it's currently written, this pipe can't utilize rsync. There are a couple options:
so basically just swap cp for rsync on that line? ( i'm not very good at this stuff)
wouldnt it be good for Atlassian to actually make this a pipe, as surely other must need similar as with the "google cloud storage deploy" you can send all your stuff to a G bucket, but from then on, you have to send everything again, rather than just the "changed" files, which cost a lot more each time in G costs
@davidstanton we are looking for the possibility to improve the current pipe, not creating the new one. Our own forking could end up in too many similar repos.
But as current solution you can fork it on your own and use it for now.
However, I will notify you once the solution for pipe improvement will be aproved and released
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