Running Rails Console in production while using Spring
This one drove me nuts for a couple of hours. I needed to modify the contents of the user table in a rails app using rails console.
After a bit of trying it seemed that I was running the rails console in development mode. So, I tried the obvious rails console production. After checking the tables, I found I was still in the development mode.
I found a post in Stack Overflow that got me halfway there. The suggestion was to run the following command.
DISABLE_SPRING=true rails console
That was still bringing me to the development mode. I changed the command to the following and it worked.
DISABLE_SPRING=true rails console production
This allowed me to modify the user table as I needed.
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