Last updated: 26 Apr 2023
Run a rake task
Rake is a task runner for Ruby. Here are the methods for running a rake task:
Run a rake task on EKS
To run a rake task in Kubernetes, execute the rake command inside the application container.
kubectl -n apps exec deploy/publishing-api -- rake 'represent_downstream:published_between[2018-12-17T01:02:30, 2018-12-18T10:20:30]'
The output of the command will be streamed to your terminal.
Run rake tasks from the command line
It is also possible to run the rake tasks directly on the relevant app machines.
First, SSH into the right machine class (e.g.
gds govuk connect ssh -e production publishing_api
Secondly, change directory so that the rake task is available:
Finally, run the rake task, e.g.:
govuk_setenv publishing-api bundle exec \ rake 'represent_downstream:published_between[2018-12-17T01:02:30, 2018-12-18T10:20:30]'