This forum won’t let me post more then 1 media link so a more detailed description of the issue can be found here.
Deploying monorepo application via Netlify CLI results in “Not Found error” due to not picking up the
@netlify/plugin-nextjs plugin for nextjs runtime but works correctly via UI production deployments.
Site with error deployment: https://63bc6cdb745e5c0d82dcc4eb--webbsite-dev.netlify.app/
When deploying via CLI, you need to run:
netlify deploy --build as the command. The
--build flag is important.
Thanks @hrishikesh that did the trick!
@hrishikesh although that worked as intended locally, in a CI environment I receive the following error message. Oddly, without the
--build flag this error is not reported under the exact same environment conditions?
GH Action run: fix: fixes deployment preview gh workflow · webb-tools/webb-dapp@be50d2b · GitHub
Workflow file: webb-dapp/landing-page-dapp-dev.yml at db/fix-webbsite-deploy · webb-tools/webb-dapp · GitHub
Command failed with ENOENT: yarn build:webbsite
spawn bash ENOENT
In Build command from Netlify app:
Hi @dutterbutter I’m not sure what’s going on there. debugging code is outside the realm of support but I will leave this thread open for others who can help.
The solution to my issue was to ditch the
netlify/actions/cli@master action and make use of the netlify cli within the job itself. Most importantly specifying the usage of
bash shell. Example:
# necessary for our monorepo structure
- name: Copy deployment config to root
run: cp apps/webbsite/netlify.toml netlify.toml
- name: Install dependencies
run: yarn install
- name: Install netlify-cli
run: yarn add -D -W netlify-cli
- name: Build project
run: yarn build:webbsite
- name: Deploy site
run : |
npx netlify deploy --build context=deploy-preview --site $NETLIFY_WEBBSITE_ID --auth $NETLIFY_AUTH_TOKEN --dir=./dist/apps/webbsite/.next
Hope that helps someone in the future!