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accepted Capistrano 2 update_code task not using sudo
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comment Capistrano 2 update_code task not using sudo
I appreciate your time and effort, so i'm awarding you the bounty. I don't think that you really answer my question, though, so i'm not marking it correct.
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comment Capistrano 2 update_code task not using sudo
I don't think /etc/sudoers is relevant/needs consideration here.. please see my comment on your answer below.
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comment Capistrano 2 update_code task not using sudo
I really appreciate your time and answer, but i don't think that it really addresses my question. As the first part of the question says, using sudo functionality looks like it's working ok for manually-defined tasks/commands. My hope/assumption was that, if sudo is configured (with :use_sudo=true), that this would carry through to the automatic/default tasks like update_code. But what it's looking like is that i'll need to manually override those, specifying the commands myself to use sudo..?
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