Install Meteor Up with one command:
npm install --global mup
Mup requires node 4 or newer.
You need at least one server to deploy to. You can get one for $5/month or less from Digital Ocean, Vultr, or OVH.
The server should:
You do not need to install anything on your servers; mup will set them up for you.
In the terminal, run:
cd path/to/app mkdir .deploy && cd .deploy mup init
It is a common practice to store your production settings.json and mup config in a
There are a miniumum of 5 properties in your config that need to be changed.
For each server:
pemto the path to a private key. If neither are set, it uses
app/.deploy, the path would be
https://; otherwise, it should be
When running the Meteor Up commands in Command Prompt, you should use
mup.cmd instead of
Run one command, and mup will install all of it’s dependencies on the server and prepare it for your first deploy:
If you want to see what the tasks are doing, you can add the
You should run
mup setup anytime after changing your config. It is safe to run the command as many times as you need.
The deploy process:
If it failed due to a network error while uploading the bundle, you can run
mup deploy --cached-build. It will then skip step 1 of the deploy process and use the bundle from the last time it was built.
Congratulations! Your app is now running on the server, accessible to your potential users!