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gcloud specify app.yaml for nuxt application

I'm trying to deploy a nuxt application to gcloud. The pipeline runs and deploys just fine but I get 404 errors from the gcloud app instance.

Locally running

gcloud app deploy app.yaml --project $GCLOUD_PROJECT 

works just fine, as you can see I'm specifying app.yaml which configures all the routing information for nuxt (see app.yaml example below). 

My thinking is that app.yaml is not being considered in the deploy, however reading the docs, I can't seen any specific key to define this as a variable. 




- step:
name: Build
- node
- npm install
- npm run build
- .nuxt/**
- step:
name: Deploy
- pipe: atlassian/google-app-engine-deploy:0.2.1
# HOW TO I SPECIFY app.yaml as the app engine configuration?


# app.yaml
runtime: nodejs10

instance_class: F2

- url: /_nuxt
static_dir: .nuxt/dist/client
secure: always

- url: /(.*\.(gif|png|jpg|ico|txt))$
static_files: static/\1
upload: static/.*\.(gif|png|jpg|ico|txt)$
secure: always

- url: /.*
script: auto
secure: always

HOST: ''
NODE_ENV: 'production'

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Cheers

2 answers

0 votes

Hi Andrew. You can you EXTRA_ARGS to specify different deployables:

EXTRA_ARGS: 'app.yaml'

Here is a similar question


Also, we're working on adding a first class support for passing multiple deployable yml files to the pipe. 

0 votes

Hi Andrew. Just wanted to let you know that we've release the 0.3.0 version of the pipe with the support for multiple deployment configs. From now on, you can use the DEPLOYABLES variable to provide multiple yaml files:

  - pipe: atlassian/google-app-engine-deploy:0.3.0
      PROJECT: 'my-project'
      DEPLOYABLES: 'app-1.yaml app-2.yaml'

You can also check out the docs for the new pipe version here

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