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I get error

NoMethodError: undefined method `symfony_console' 

in my task defined in rake file (lib/capistrano/tasks/my_tasks.rake)

task :migrate do
  on roles(:all) do
    symfony_console('doctrine:migrations:migrate', '--no-interaction')
  end
end

symfony_console method provided by capistrano/symfony extension. Capfile:

require 'capistrano/setup'
require 'capistrano/deploy'
require 'capistrano/composer'
require 'capistrano/symfony'

What i am doing wrong?

Updated: Problem may be related to roles?

If you given the whole Capfile, you are missing the capistrano/symfony.

Change it like this :

require 'capistrano/setup'
require 'capistrano/deploy'
require 'capistrano/composer'
require 'capistrano/symfony'

Make sure you have correctly installed gems capistrano and capistrano-symfony, otherwise follow this step.

I never used this feature (symfony_console(...)) but it should works.

EDIT

Your should write your task in your deploy.rb.

EDIT2

If you doesn't yet, try to set a namespace for your task like this :

namespace :deploy do
  before 'updated', 'schemadb'
  task :migrate do
    on roles(:all) do
      symfony_console('doctrine:migrations:migrate', '--no-interaction')
    end
  end
end

If it doesn't work, try to change the task body to :

on roles(:all) do
  invoke 'symfony:console', 'doctrine:migrations:migrate', '--no-interaction'
end

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The problem was due to old versions of capistrano/symfony

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Having the same issue with capistrano-symfony version 1.0.0.rc3. It's looks like https://github.com/capistrano/symfony/blob/master/lib/capistrano/dsl/symfony.rb is not imported/used.

I'm definitely not a Ruby expert, but I'm very curious how to debug this...

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Comments
  • Did you tried to move the task from your my_tasks.rake directly in your deploy.rb ?
  • Not yet. Also, current configuration works locally, and fail on deploy server. Now i think about roles, can you comment it? Thank you.
  • I don't see how roles can cause this. Also, on roles(':all') works well for me, but for a task that is defined in my deploy. rb às part of the deploy namespace. Look at my last edit, maybe adding the namespace could fix it. Otherwise, the last solution (avoiding symfony_console()) should do the trick.
  • Can you please explain how you updated capistrano/symfony?