About App Service git push time

Noriko 251 Reputation points
2022-08-28T03:04:19.89+00:00

I'm deploying content from local Git in App Service. It takes about 10 minutes to git push one file. How can we save time?

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$ git push azure master
Enumerating objects: 3, done.
Counting objects: 100% (3/3), done.
Delta compression using up to 4 threads
Compressing objects: 100% (2/2), done.
Writing objects: 100% (2/2), 221 bytes | 221.00 KiB/s, done.
Total 2 (delta 1), reused 0 (delta 0), pack-reused 0
remote: Checking connectivity: 2, done.
remote: Deploy Async
remote: Updating branch 'master'.
remote: ............................................................................................................................................................................................
remote: Updating submodules.
remote: Preparing deployment for commit id '2c80aaf2c9'.
remote: PreDeployment: context.CleanOutputPath False
remote: PreDeployment: context.OutputPath /home/site/wwwroot
remote: Repository path is /home/site/repository
remote: Running oryx build...
remote: Operation performed by Microsoft Oryx, https://github.com/Microsoft/Oryx
remote: You can report issues at https://github.com/Microsoft/Oryx/issues
remote:
remote: Oryx Version: 0.2.20220308.4, Commit: c92fa6a2d6fc14dc9646f80e2bb2e393a5cdc258, ReleaseTagName: 20220308.4
remote:
remote: Build Operation ID: |Jr8iNGl23s4=.661e66e6_
remote: Repository Commit : 2c80aaf2c97c7e355f28402e499071db34ea4693
remote:
remote: Detecting platforms...
remote: ...................
remote: Detected following platforms:
remote: php: 8.0.19
remote:
remote: Using intermediate directory '/tmp/8da889f429c81fa'.
remote:
remote: Copying files to the intermediate directory...
remote: .............................................................................................................................................................................................
remote: Done in 194 sec(s).
remote:
remote: Source directory : /tmp/8da889f429c81fa
remote: Destination directory: /home/site/wwwroot
remote:
remote: PHP executable: /tmp/oryx/platforms/php/8.0.19/bin/php
remote: No 'composer.json' file found; not running 'composer install'.
remote: Preparing output...
remote:
remote: Copying files to destination directory '/home/site/wwwroot'...
remote: ......................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................
remote: Done in 269 sec(s).
remote:
remote: Removing existing manifest file
remote: Creating a manifest file...
remote: Manifest file created.
remote:
remote: Done in 464 sec(s).
remote: Running post deployment command(s)...
remote:
remote: Generating summary of Oryx build
remote: Parsing the build logs
remote: Found 0 issue(s)
remote:
remote: Build Summary :
remote: ===============
remote: Errors (0)
remote: Warnings (0)
remote:
remote: Triggering recycle (preview mode disabled).
remote: Deployment successful.
remote: Deployment Logs : 'https://XXXXX.scm.azurewebsites.net/newui/jsonviewer?view_url=/api/deployments/2c80aaf2c97c7e355f28402e499071db34ea4693/log'
To https://XXXXX.scm.azurewebsites.net:443/XXXXX.git
114ed29a..2c80aaf2 master -> master

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  1. ajkuma 22,001 Reputation points Microsoft Employee
    2022-08-30T10:03:52.263+00:00

    @Noriko ,

    1/2:

    Just to clarify and to isolate the issue, Is this issue happening all of a sudden or is it happening from the beginning?
    How frequently does this issue occur?
    Were there any changes made prior to this issue? What App Service Plan (ASP) are you leveraging?

    To narrow down the issue:

    1. You may try to scale up to a higher ASP tier and then check (as a quick step)
    2. If the Always On setting is off, please enable it from Azure Portal – Your WebApp > Configuration blade (> General settings).

    As described in the link Make sure site correctly deploys locally. -with no lag.
    Check the commit id that was being pulled and if the deployment on that commit id was successful.
    You can see that by looking at kudu trace (D:\home\LogFiles\kudu\trace). Also, check Analyzing a git client trace for a detailed instruction.

    By setting SCM_REPOSITORY_PATH to wwwroot, the repository (artifact source) and wwwroot (destination) folders are the same.

    The benefit is there is no need to copy from repository (or temporary folder in case of msbuild) to wwwroot.
    This speeds up the deployment especially for sites with many files and only a few changed for each deployments. This is very suitable for site (aka. Basic Web Site) that requires no msbuild.

    1 person found this answer helpful.

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