[Hippo-cms7-user] Best practice for handling a production environment

Stephan Westen s.westen at 1hippo.com
Mon Nov 9 15:54:34 CET 2009


On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 1:41 PM, Wim Ederveen <wim.ederveen at atosorigin.com>wrote:

>
> Hello,
>
> I was wondering if there is a best practice concerning production
> environments and the content that is created there.
> How do I update the production environment without doing a complete export
> of the content, which is not even possible, because the amounts of
> documents
> are allready choking the export right now.
>

I assume you mean updating the cms.war? Or do you mean something else?


> (this should be fixed in the 2.09.03 release i've heard, anyone know when
> it
> will be released?)
>

we plan to tag 2.09.03 tomorrow.


>
> What I intend to do is update the cms.war and site.war and restart the
> enviroment without deleting my repository currently in mysql. This will
> prevent it from doing a initialisation and just use the existing
> repository.
>

for minor version upgrade (2.09.x) updating the cms.war is fine.


> Thus I need to import changes in the hst:configuration, hst:namespaces, and
> the cnd files.
>

I do not get this part. Can you explain?

thanks,

Stephan



> Is this all or am I forgetting something.
> Or better yet, does anyone have a better idea how to tackle this problem
>
> Gr Wim
>
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Stephan
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