Signed-off-by: Erik Hollensbe <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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migrator: migrate SQL databases with the power of... SQL
migrator takes a different approach to many schema migration systems that exist
already: it hands you the gun. migrator applies SQL directly to your database
in a given order determined by the integers in the filename (minus the
extension) in a provided directory. It is formed from years of experience and
lessons learned writing and using these dumb tools.
migrator has no notion of a "down" migration. This probably isn't changing. If you wish to alter the tables to an older version of the schema, we strongly suggest writing a future migration which will transform your data back, because that is a hell of a lot smarter.
For example, your database must already be created, and your dir should look like this:
dir/ 0.sql 1.sql 2.sql
.sql files contain arbitrary SQL, but is intended to result in a DDL
transaction where tables are modified, indexes etc. You can use as advanced SQL
as you like and as many statements. Nothing is done with set results, so make
sure they apply to where you want them to!
When finished migrating this directory, your schema version would be
will carry over to the next run by way of a table we create called
schema_migrations to avoid applying those migrations.
To apply new migrations, simply run the run the migrator against the same directory with newer migrations:
dir/ 0.sql 1.sql 2.sql 3.sql 4.sql
In this case, if you already migrated up to
2 you will migrate next to
4. Your schema version will be
5 after this.
- Download the repository and make sure docker is installed
make shell. https://github.com/box-builder/box will be installed, an image will be built and a container will be launched for that image with your
createdb oneat the shell. This will create a database in postgres called
migrator testdata/onewill apply all the migrations for our first test into the
- If you want different db, or user, etc; check out the flags!
Copyright 2018 Erik Hollensbe
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Erik Hollensbe email@example.com