Problem heroku open : Step 4.9: Visit Your New Application


#1

Hello, I am a beginner working on the my_first_rails_app part and keep getting errors when opening the app, typing “heroku open”. it’s open me a webpage with the message : “We’re sorry, but something went wrong.”.
thanks in advance for your help;-)

MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ git push origin master
Énumération des objets: 11, fait.
Décompte des objets: 100% (11/11), fait.
Compression par delta en utilisant jusqu’à 4 fils d’exécution
Compression des objets: 100% (6/6), fait.
Écriture des objets: 100% (6/6), 660 bytes | 660.00 KiB/s, fait.
Total 6 (delta 4), réutilisés 0 (delta 0)
remote: Resolving deltas: 100% (4/4), completed with 4 local objects.
To github.com:zamorano29/my_first_rails_app.git
f7bd55f…4fec2e9 master -> master
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ git push heroku master
Énumération des objets: 17, fait.
Décompte des objets: 100% (17/17), fait.
Compression par delta en utilisant jusqu’à 4 fils d’exécution
Compression des objets: 100% (11/11), fait.
Écriture des objets: 100% (11/11), 1.03 KiB | 1.03 MiB/s, fait.
Total 11 (delta 8), réutilisés 0 (delta 0)
remote: Compressing source files… done.
remote: Building source:
remote:
remote: -----> Ruby app detected
remote: -----> Compiling Ruby/Rails
remote:
remote: ###### WARNING:
remote:
remote: This buildpack was created as a stop-gap measure to allow running applications with Bundler 2 on Heroku.
remote: Heroku now supports Bundler 2 directly: https://devcenter.heroku.com/changelog-items/1563
remote:
remote: Please discontinue use of this buildpack and instead directly use the heroku/ruby buildpack.
remote:
remote: To remove this buildpack use the heroku buildpacks command to list your existing buildpacks.
remote:
remote: If you only have one buildpack listed you can run:
remote:
remote: remote: heroku buildpacks:set heroku/ruby remote:
remote:
remote: If you have multiple buildpacks, you’ll need to add the buildpack to the correct location using
remote: heroku buildpacks:add heroku/ruby -i <correct index> and then remove this buildpack via:
remote:
remote: remote: heroku buildpacks:remove https://github.com/bundler/heroku-buildpack-bundler2 remote:
remote:
remote: Your app was upgraded to bundler 2.0.1.
remote: Previously you had a successful deploy with bundler 1.15.2.
remote:
remote: If you see problems related to the bundler version please refer to:
remote: https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/bundler-version
remote:
remote: -----> Using Ruby version: ruby-2.6.1
remote: -----> Installing dependencies using bundler 2.0.1
remote: Running: bundle install --without development:test --path vendor/bundle --binstubs vendor/bundle/bin -j4 --deployment
remote: The dependency tzinfo-data (>= 0) will be unused by any of the platforms Bundler is installing for. Bundler is installing for ruby but the dependency is only for x86-mingw32, x86-mswin32, x64-mingw32, java. To add those platforms to the bundle, run bundle lock --add-platform x86-mingw32 x86-mswin32 x64-mingw32 java.
remote: Fetching gem metadata from https://rubygems.org/
remote: Using rake 12.3.2
remote: Using concurrent-ruby 1.1.5
remote: Using minitest 5.11.3
remote: Using thread_safe 0.3.6
remote: Using builder 3.2.3
remote: Using erubi 1.8.0
remote: Using mini_portile2 2.4.0
remote: Using crass 1.0.4
remote: Using rack 2.0.6
remote: Using nio4r 2.3.1
remote: Using websocket-extensions 0.1.3
remote: Using mini_mime 1.0.1
remote: Using arel 9.0.0
remote: Using mimemagic 0.3.3
remote: Using msgpack 1.2.9
remote: Using bundler 1.17.2
remote: Using coffee-script-source 1.12.2
remote: Using execjs 2.7.0
remote: Using method_source 0.9.2
remote: Using thor 0.20.3
remote: Using ffi 1.10.0
remote: Using multi_json 1.13.1
remote: Fetching pg 1.1.4
remote: Using puma 3.12.0
remote: Using rb-fsevent 0.10.3
remote: Using tilt 2.0.9
remote: Using turbolinks-source 5.2.0
remote: Using i18n 1.6.0
remote: Using tzinfo 1.2.5
remote: Using nokogiri 1.10.1
remote: Using rack-test 1.1.0
remote: Using websocket-driver 0.7.0
remote: Using mail 2.7.1
remote: Using marcel 0.3.3
remote: Using sprockets 3.7.2
remote: Using bootsnap 1.4.1
remote: Using activesupport 5.2.2.1
remote: Using coffee-script 2.4.1
remote: Using rb-inotify 0.10.0
remote: Using turbolinks 5.2.0
remote: Using uglifier 4.1.20
remote: Using loofah 2.2.3
remote: Using rails-dom-testing 2.0.3
remote: Using globalid 0.4.2
remote: Using activemodel 5.2.2.1
remote: Using jbuilder 2.8.0
remote: Using sass-listen 4.0.0
remote: Using rails-html-sanitizer 1.0.4
remote: Using activejob 5.2.2.1
remote: Using activerecord 5.2.2.1
remote: Using actionview 5.2.2.1
remote: Using sass 3.7.3
remote: Installing pg 1.1.4 with native extensions
remote: Using actionpack 5.2.2.1
remote: Using actioncable 5.2.2.1
remote: Using actionmailer 5.2.2.1
remote: Using activestorage 5.2.2.1
remote: Using railties 5.2.2.1
remote: Using sprockets-rails 3.2.1
remote: Using coffee-rails 4.2.2
remote: Using rails 5.2.2.1
remote: Using sass-rails 5.0.7
remote: Bundle complete! 19 Gemfile dependencies, 61 gems now installed.
remote: Gems in the groups development and test were not installed.
remote: Bundled gems are installed into ./vendor/bundle
remote: Removing pg (0.20.0)
remote: Removing bundler (2.0.1)
remote: Bundle completed (12.24s)
remote: Cleaning up the bundler cache.
remote: The dependency tzinfo-data (>= 0) will be unused by any of the platforms Bundler is installing for. Bundler is installing for ruby but the dependency is only for x86-mingw32, x86-mswin32, x64-mingw32, java. To add those platforms to the bundle, run bundle lock --add-platform x86-mingw32 x86-mswin32 x64-mingw32 java.
remote: -----> Installing node-v8.10.0-linux-x64
remote: -----> Detecting rake tasks
remote: -----> Preparing app for Rails asset pipeline
remote: Running: rake assets:precompile
remote: Yarn executable was not detected in the system.
remote: Download Yarn at https://yarnpkg.com/en/docs/install
remote: Asset precompilation completed (1.34s)
remote: Cleaning assets
remote: Running: rake assets:clean
remote: -----> Detecting rails configuration
remote:
remote: ###### WARNING:
remote:
remote: This buildpack was created as a stop-gap measure to allow running applications with Bundler 2 on Heroku.
remote: Heroku now supports Bundler 2 directly: https://devcenter.heroku.com/changelog-items/1563
remote:
remote: Please discontinue use of this buildpack and instead directly use the heroku/ruby buildpack.
remote:
remote: To remove this buildpack use the heroku buildpacks command to list your existing buildpacks.
remote:
remote: If you only have one buildpack listed you can run:
remote:
remote: remote: heroku buildpacks:set heroku/ruby remote:
remote:
remote: If you have multiple buildpacks, you’ll need to add the buildpack to the correct location using
remote: heroku buildpacks:add heroku/ruby -i <correct index> and then remove this buildpack via:
remote:
remote: remote: heroku buildpacks:remove https://github.com/bundler/heroku-buildpack-bundler2 remote:
remote:
remote: ###### WARNING:
remote:
remote: You set your config.active_storage.service to :local in production.
remote: If you are uploading files to this app, they will not persist after the app
remote: is restarted, on one-off dynos, or if the app has multiple dynos.
remote: Heroku applications have an ephemeral file system. To
remote: persist uploaded files, please use a service such as S3 and update your Rails
remote: configuration.
remote:
remote: For more information can be found in this article:
remote: https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/active-storage-on-heroku
remote:
remote:
remote: ###### WARNING:
remote:
remote: We detected that some binary dependencies required to
remote: use all the preview features of Active Storage are not
remote: present on this system.
remote:
remote: For more information please see:
remote: https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/active-storage-on-heroku
remote:
remote:
remote: ###### WARNING:
remote:
remote: No Procfile detected, using the default web server.
remote: We recommend explicitly declaring how to boot your server process via a Procfile.
remote: https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/ruby-default-web-server
remote:
remote:
remote: -----> Discovering process types
remote: Procfile declares types -> (none)
remote: Default types for buildpack -> console, rake, web
remote:
remote: -----> Compressing…
remote: Done: 41.3M
remote: -----> Launching…
remote: Released v8
remote: https://ancient-plains-18060.herokuapp.com/ deployed to Heroku
remote:
remote: Verifying deploy… done.
To https://git.heroku.com/ancient-plains-18060.git
a41d178…4fec2e9 master -> master
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ heroku buildpacks
=== ancient-plains-18060 Buildpack URL
https://github.com/bundler/heroku-buildpack-bundler2
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ heroku buildpacks:set heroku/ruby
Buildpack set. Next release on ancient-plains-18060 will use heroku/ruby.
Run git push heroku master to create a new release using this buildpack.
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ git push heroku master
Everything up-to-date
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ heroku run rails db:migrate
Running rails db:migrate on ⬢ ancient-plains-18060… !
▸ ETIMEDOUT: connect ETIMEDOUT 50.19.103.36:5000
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ heroku open
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ te: ```

remote: heroku buildpacks:set heroku/ruby
remote: -bash: remote:: command not found -bash: remote:: command not found -bash: te:: command not found MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: -bash: remote:: command not found MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: If you have multiple buildpacks, you'll need to add the buildpack to the correct location using remote: `heroku buildpacks:add heroku/ruby -i <correct index>` and then remove this buildpack via: remote: remote:
remote: heroku buildpacks:remove https://github.com/bundler/heroku-buildpack-bundler2
remote: remote: remote: Your app was upgraded to bundler 2.0.1. remote: Previously you had a successful deploy with bundler 1.15.2. remote: remote: If you see problems related to the bundler version please refer to: remote: https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/bundler-version remote: remote: -----> Using Ruby version: ruby-2.6.1 remote: -----> Installing dependencies using bundler 2.0.1 remote: Running: bundle install --without development:test --path vendor/bundle --binstubs vendor/bundle/bin -j4 --deployment remote: The dependency tzinfo-data (>= 0) will be unused by any of the platforms Bundler is installing for. Bundler is installing for ruby but the dependency is only for x86-mingw32, x86-mswin32, x64-mingw32, java. To add those platforms to the bundle, run `bundle lock --add-platform x86-mingw32 x86-mswin32 x64-mingw32 java`. remote: Fetching gem metadata from https://rubygems.org/............ remote: Using rake 12.3.2 remote: Using concurrent-ruby 1.1.5 remote: Using minitest 5.11.3 remote: Using thread_safe 0.3.6 remote: Using builder 3.2.3 remote: Using erubi 1.8.0 remote: Using mini_portile2 2.4.0 remote: Using crass 1.0.4 remote: Using rack 2.0.6 remote: Using nio4r 2.3.1 remote: Using websocket-extensions 0.1.3 remote: Using mini_mime 1.0.1 remote: Using arel 9.0.0 remote: Using mimemagic 0.3.3 remote: Using msgpack 1.2.9 remote: Using bundler 1.17.2 remote: Using coffee-script-source 1.12.2 remote: Using execjs 2.7.0 remote: Using method_source 0.9.2 remote: Using thor 0.20.3 remote: Using ffi 1.10.0 remote: Using multi_json 1.13.1 remote: Fetching pg 1.1.4 remote: Using puma 3.12.0 remote: Using rb-fsevent 0.10.3 remote: Using tilt 2.0.9 remote: Using turbolinks-source 5.2.0 remote: Using i18n 1.6.0 remote: Using tzinfo 1.2.5 remote: Using nokogiri 1.10.1 remote: Using rack-test 1.1.0 remote: Using websocket-driver 0.7.0 remote: Using mail 2.7.1 remote: Using marcel 0.3.3 remote: Using sprockets 3.7.2 remote: Using bootsnap 1.4.1 remote: Using activesupport 5.2.2.1 remote: Using coffee-script 2.4.1 remote: Using rb-inotify 0.10.0 remote: Using turbolinks 5.2.0 remote: Using uglifier 4.1.20 remote: Using loofah 2.2.3 remote: Using rails-dom-testing 2.0.3 remote: Using globalid 0.4.2 remote: Using activemodel 5.2.2.1 remote: Using jbuilder 2.8.0 remote: Using sass-listen 4.0.0 remote: Using rails-html-sanitizer 1.0.4 remote: Using activejob 5.2.2.1 remote: Using activerecord 5.2.2.1 remote: Using actionview 5.2.2.1 remote: Using sass 3.7.3 remote: Installing pg 1.1.4 with native extensions remote: Using actionpack 5.2.2.1 remote: Using actioncable 5.2.2.1 remote: Using actionmailer 5.2.2.1 remote: Using activestorage 5.2.2.1 remote: Using railties 5.2.2.1 remote: Using sprockets-rails 3.2.1 remote: Using coffee-rails 4.2.2 remote: Using rails 5.2.2.1 remote: Using sass-rails 5.0.7 remote: Bundle complete! 19 Gemfile dependencies, 61 gems now installed. remote: Gems in the groups development and test were not installed. remote: Bundled gems are installed into `./vendor/bundle` remote: Removing pg (0.20.0) remote: Removing bundler (2.0.1) remote: Bundle completed (12.24s) remote: Cleaning up the bundler cache. remote: The dependency tzinfo-data (>= 0) will be unused by any of the platforms Bundler is installing for. Bundler is installing for ruby but the dependency is only for x86-mingw32, x86-mswin32, x64-mingw32, java. To add those platforms to the bundle, run `bundle lock --add-platform x86-mingw32 x86-mswin32 x64-mingw32 java`. remote: -----> Installing node-v8.10.0-linux-x64 remote: -----> Detecting rake tasks remote: -----> Preparing app for Rails asset pipeline remote: Running: rake assets:precompile remote: Yarn executable was not detected in the system. remote: Download Yarn at https://yarnpkg.com/en/docs/install remote: Asset precompilation completed (1.34s) remote: Cleaning assets remote: Running: rake assets:clean remote: -----> Detecting rails configuration remote: remote: ###### WARNING: remote: remote: This buildpack was created as a stop-gap measure to allow running applications with Bundler 2 on Heroku. remote: Heroku now supports Bundler 2 directly: https://devcenter.heroku.com/changelog-items/1563 remote: remote: Please discontinue use of this buildpack and instead directly use the `heroku/ruby` buildpack. remote: remote: To remove this buildpack use the `heroku buildpacks` command to list your existing buildpacks. remote: remote: If you only have one buildpack listed you can run: remote: remote:
remote: heroku buildpacks:set heroku/ruby
remote: remote: remote: If you have multiple buildpacks, you'll need to add the buildpack to the correct location using -bash: remote:: command not found MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: `heroku buildpacks:add heroku/ruby -i <correct index>` and then remove this buildpack via: -bash: command substitution: line 1: syntax error near unexpected token `newline' -bash: command substitution: line 1: `heroku buildpacks:add heroku/ruby -i <correct index>' -bash: remote:: command not found MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: -bash: remote:: command not found MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
remote: heroku buildpacks:remove https://github.com/bundler/heroku-buildpack-bundler2
remote: ```
-bash: remote:: command not found
-bash: remote:: command not found
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: ###### WARNING:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: You set your config.active_storage.service to :local in production.
-bash: config.active_storage.service: command not found
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: If you are uploading files to this app, they will not persist after the app
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: is restarted, on one-off dynos, or if the app has multiple dynos.
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: Heroku applications have an ephemeral file system. To
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: persist uploaded files, please use a service such as S3 and update your Rails
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: configuration.
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: For more information can be found in this article:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/active-storage-on-heroku
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: ###### WARNING:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: We detected that some binary dependencies required to
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: use all the preview features of Active Storage are not
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: present on this system.
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: For more information please see:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/active-storage-on-heroku
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: ###### WARNING:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: No Procfile detected, using the default web server.
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: We recommend explicitly declaring how to boot your server process via a Procfile.
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/ruby-default-web-server
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: -----> Discovering process types
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: Procfile declares types -> (none)
-bash: syntax error near unexpected token `(’
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: Default types for buildpack -> console, rake, web
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: -----> Compressing…
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: Done: 41.3M
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: -----> Launching…
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: Released v8
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: https://ancient-plains-18060.herokuapp.com/ deployed to Heroku
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote:
-bash: remote:: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ remote: Verifying deploy… done.
-bash: remote:: command not found
To https://git.heroku.com/ancient-plains-18060.git
a41d178…4fec2e9 master -> master
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ heroku buildpacks
=== ancient-plains-18060 Buildpack URL
https://github.com/bundler/heroku-buildpack-bundler2
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ heroku buildpacks:set heroku/ruby
Buildpack set. Next release on ancient-plains-18060 will use heroku/ruby.
Run git push heroku master to create a new release using this buildpack.
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ git push heroku master
Everything up-to-date
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ heroku run rails db:migrate
Running rails db:migrate on ⬢ ancient-plains-18060… !
▸ ETIMEDOUT: connect ETIMEDOUT 50.19.103.36:5000
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ heroku open
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ To https://git.heroku.com/ancient-plains-18060.git
-bash: To: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ a41d178…4fec2e9 master -> master
-bash: a41d178…4fec2e9: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ heroku buildpacks
-bash: MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ === ancient-plains-18060 Buildpack URL
-bash: ===: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ https://github.com/bundler/heroku-buildpack-bundler2
-bash: https://github.com/bundler/heroku-buildpack-bundler2: No such file or directory
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ heroku buildpacks:set heroku/ruby
-bash: MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ Buildpack set. Next release on ancient-plains-18060 will use heroku/ruby.
-bash: Buildpack: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ Run git push heroku master to create a new release using this buildpack.
-bash: Run: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ git push heroku master
-bash: MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ Everything up-to-date
-bash: Everything: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ heroku run rails db:migrate
-bash: MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ Running rails db:migrate on ⬢ ancient-plains-18060… !
-bash: Running: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ ▸ ETIMEDOUT: connect ETIMEDOUT 50.19.103.36:5000
-bash: ▸: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ heroku open
-bash: MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app: command not found
MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$ MacBook-Pro-de-Macbook:my_first_rails_app macbook$


#2

I think you are having an issue connecting to heroku. Are you behind a firewall or a proxy when connecting to the internet?


#3

Hi,
I restarted “Project: Your First Rails Application” from the beginning and now it’s working. I don’t know what happen…
thanks;-)