BackWPup s3 bucket does not exist after selecting it

This error is not very clear since BackWPup let’s you select your desired bucket from the list. If the bucket is already selected, how can it not exist? Anyways, I fixed this by switching the region from US-West-Oregon to US-Standard. [INFO] BackWPup 3.3.6; A project of Inpsyde GmbH [INFO] WordPress 4.7.2 on http://example.com/ [INFO] Log Level: […]

RuboCop and the 80 character line length limit is absurd

Having a line length limit is absurd. Just change your wrap setting in vim! IMO this gives you best of both worlds you can have everything on the screen when you need it or off when you don’t. Also, it’s easier to read indentation and syntax on one liner code snippets. When the code flows […]

Automating WordPress updates with cron and the wp-cli

Ain’t nobody got time to worry about updates. I’d rather have it break while updating than have it hacked by a script kiddie because I’ve neglected to login for a while. We will see if this ever breaks anything. Install WordPress-CLI if you have not already. Add all your sites to the update_wp.sh script: #!/bin/bash declare -a […]

Elastic search order by date and indexing with Ruby-on-Rails

The elastic search date field type seems like a lot of work. You have to manually map each date field parameter. All I really wanted to do was order by date, and this doesn’t necessarily rule out more complicated date range filtering. You just have to convert everything to Epoch millisecond time. Sometimes it just seems […]

Capistrano hangs on assets precompile and never finishes the deploy

This only started happening after I killed a deploy that was half completed. It could have been during the asset precompile process, I don’t remember. It’s weird though because the symptoms seem more like an ssh session issue and less like residual files from my cancelled deploy that is causing the issue. I added keep […]