cap production deploy:restart
Our remote Puma log would show the following:
-su: bundle: command not found
However, this was an active production server, so the bundler gem existed. After logging in and attempting to run a simple command, such as:
bundle exec rails console
The console would output the following:
The program 'bundle' is currently not installed. You can install it by typing: sudo apt-get install bundler
So, we looked at the PATH var to ensure RBENV was properly configured
And it was.
If this is your problem (there should be rbenv paths specified here), then edit your ~/.bashrc or ~/.profile or whatever you’re using and add the following lines at the bottom:
export PATH="$HOME/.rbenv/bin:$PATH" eval "$(rbenv init -)" export PATH="$HOME/.rbenv/plugins/ruby-build/bin:$PATH"
This will most likely solve the problem you’re noticing.
However, in our case, this was not the issue. RBENV was properly configured, the environment variables were set, and bundler was definitely installed. Next, we figured we’d run
Just in case something went awry on that front, but we encountered this error:
rbenv: cannot rehash: /home/deployer/.rbenv/shims/.rbenv-shim exists
So, we're getting somewhere. This file only exists to avoid colliding rehashes, however, I knew no other rehash's were in progress, so this file must have not be cleaned out during the last rehash for some reason, so we ran:
And everything went back to normal.