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Discussion on: Deploy Elixir + Phoenix to AWS ECS with GitLab CI and Terraform

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Tarlan Isaev

Couldn't trace out this error yet when pusshing code to my GitLab repo. Have you seen it before?

$ which elixir
/usr/local/bin/elixir
$ mix --version
Erlang/OTP 22 [erts-10.7.2.4] [source] [64-bit] [smp:1:1] [ds:1:1:10] [async-threads:1]
Mix 1.10.4 (compiled with Erlang/OTP 22)
$ ln -s /usr/local/bin/mix /usr/bin/mix
$ mix local.rebar --force

  • creating /root/.mix/rebar
  • creating /root/.mix/rebar3 $ mix local.hex --force
  • creating /root/.mix/archives/hex-0.20.5 $ mix deps.get --only test ** (Mix) Could not find a Mix.Project, please ensure you are running Mix in a directory with a mix.exs file Cleaning up file based variables 00:01 ERROR: Job failed: exit code 1
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Aleksi Holappa Author • Edited on

Is this output on the CI or on your local machine? If local, what OS are you using?

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Tarlan Isaev • Edited on

Yeah, on CI. I've already pushed that code to my repo :)
pastebin.com/vdbDW8Um
gitlab.com/organicnz/myapp-terraform

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Aleksi Holappa Author • Edited on

I see your problem! Please place the .gitlab-ci.yml to repository which contains your Elixir + Phoenix application. It should be placed to the root of the repository.

Second thing, never push the state files publicly to any platform. They should be ignored with .gitignore, crypted with git-crypt (or other encrypting tool) or the best solution would be to use remote state.

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Tarlan Isaev • Edited on

Would it be appropriate if I use your Elixir application for the CI github.com/hlappa/microservice_exe... or anyone? :)

Jeez, that's right I completely forgot to sanitise that area, already added .gitignore file then will try to figure out how to push it to the remote state on AWS :)