Configure database

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Hugo Peixoto 5 months ago
parent 2cde7196a0
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      .gitignore
  2. 86
      config/database.yml
  3. 3
      config/initializers/generators.rb
  4. 5
      db/migrate/20220620195143_enable_extension_uuid.rb
  5. 18
      db/schema.rb

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# Ignore master key for decrypting credentials and more.
/config/master.key
/.env*.local

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# PostgreSQL. Versions 9.3 and up are supported.
#
# Install the pg driver:
# gem install pg
# On macOS with Homebrew:
# gem install pg -- --with-pg-config=/usr/local/bin/pg_config
# On macOS with MacPorts:
# gem install pg -- --with-pg-config=/opt/local/lib/postgresql84/bin/pg_config
# On Windows:
# gem install pg
# Choose the win32 build.
# Install PostgreSQL and put its /bin directory on your path.
#
# Configure Using Gemfile
# gem "pg"
#
default: &default
adapter: postgresql
encoding: unicode
# For details on connection pooling, see Rails configuration guide
# https://guides.rubyonrails.org/configuring.html#database-pooling
pool: <%= ENV.fetch("RAILS_MAX_THREADS") { 5 } %>
development:
<<: *default
database: saucy_development
# The specified database role being used to connect to postgres.
# To create additional roles in postgres see `$ createuser --help`.
# When left blank, postgres will use the default role. This is
# the same name as the operating system user running Rails.
#username: saucy
# The password associated with the postgres role (username).
#password:
# Connect on a TCP socket. Omitted by default since the client uses a
# domain socket that doesn't need configuration. Windows does not have
# domain sockets, so uncomment these lines.
#host: localhost
# The TCP port the server listens on. Defaults to 5432.
# If your server runs on a different port number, change accordingly.
#port: 5432
# Schema search path. The server defaults to $user,public
#schema_search_path: myapp,sharedapp,public
# Minimum log levels, in increasing order:
# debug5, debug4, debug3, debug2, debug1,
# log, notice, warning, error, fatal, and panic
# Defaults to warning.
#min_messages: notice
# Warning: The database defined as "test" will be erased and
# re-generated from your development database when you run "rake".
# Do not set this db to the same as development or production.
test:
<<: *default
database: saucy_test
# As with config/credentials.yml, you never want to store sensitive information,
# like your database password, in your source code. If your source code is
# ever seen by anyone, they now have access to your database.
#
# Instead, provide the password or a full connection URL as an environment
# variable when you boot the app. For example:
#
# DATABASE_URL="postgres://myuser:mypass@localhost/somedatabase"
#
# If the connection URL is provided in the special DATABASE_URL environment
# variable, Rails will automatically merge its configuration values on top of
# the values provided in this file. Alternatively, you can specify a connection
# URL environment variable explicitly:
#
# production:
# url: <%= ENV["MY_APP_DATABASE_URL"] %>
#
# Read https://guides.rubyonrails.org/configuring.html#configuring-a-database
# for a full overview on how database connection configuration can be specified.
#
production:
<<: *default
database: saucy_production
username: saucy
password: <%= ENV["SAUCY_DATABASE_PASSWORD"] %>

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Rails.application.config.generators do |g|
g.orm :active_record, primary_key_type: :uuid
end

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class EnableExtensionUuid < ActiveRecord::Migration[7.0]
def change
enable_extension 'pgcrypto'
end
end

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db/schema.rb generated

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# This file is auto-generated from the current state of the database. Instead
# of editing this file, please use the migrations feature of Active Record to
# incrementally modify your database, and then regenerate this schema definition.
#
# This file is the source Rails uses to define your schema when running `bin/rails
# db:schema:load`. When creating a new database, `bin/rails db:schema:load` tends to
# be faster and is potentially less error prone than running all of your
# migrations from scratch. Old migrations may fail to apply correctly if those
# migrations use external dependencies or application code.
#
# It's strongly recommended that you check this file into your version control system.
ActiveRecord::Schema[7.0].define(version: 2022_06_20_195143) do
# These are extensions that must be enabled in order to support this database
enable_extension "pgcrypto"
enable_extension "plpgsql"
end
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