I did try to deploy my app on galaxy, with husky (https://www.npmjs.com/package/husky), included in package.json, and the deployment FAILS. The galaxy status says build successful, but it does not deployed correctly. I’m not sure if this is really a husky package problem or it is something to do with git hooks. I think if this is a gitHook problem, galaxy should be able to fix it, because most probably a lot of development teams are using githooks on this development workflows.
I have used husky together with galaxy w/o any problems, but admittedly last time was about 6 months ago. What did you try so far and can you pinpoint a specific error? Why do you suspect it to be git hooks?
Whenever i removed the husky(v0.14.3) on package.json, i was able to deploy the app successfully to galaxy.
I cannot pinpoint the problem, all i got is this cryptic message from (galaxy log), and not responding support from meteor (about 3days ago since i filed my support ticket)
I suspected gitHook because husky do something about pre-push git hook (AFAIK). And galaxy servers has no git or something? I’m not sure, everything else is speculation, I have not tried exploring deeply, all i know is when-ever the husky was removed, i can deploy successfully. I will try to deploy my app on digital ocean using MUP, and let me see if it will be successful.
galaxy servers have git: http://galaxy-guide.meteor.com/base-image-packages.html
well you’re covering up the most important part of the message with the image on the right.
ENOENT no such file or directory, chmod '/app/bundle/program/server/npm/node_mod.......