Re: Sync production with Git

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On 9 August 2012 06:21, demerphq <demerphq@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 8 August 2012 15:11, kiranpyati <kiran.pyati@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I am new to github,
>>
>> Earlier we used to manually upload files on the production through FTP
>> although git was present on the production. Due to this now git status shows
>> many modified and untrack files.
>>
>> To sync that with git we have downloaded all files from production and
>> committed to git. Now git has all files same as production.
>>
>> We have not pulled on production since last 6 months and because of this it
>> shows modified and untracked files.
>>
>> Now if we pull on the production there any 100% chances of the conflict
>> happened on all modified files. As there are hundreds of modified files
>> since last since month. Git pull will show conflict to all those files. In
>> that case site will get down and we can not afford this.
>>
>> We want a way to seamlessly sync production and Git.
>>
>> Can anybody please help me on this?
>>
>> Thanks in advance..!!
>
> Try git-deploy.
>
> https://github.com/git-deploy
>
> It contains a full work flow management for handling rollouts from git.

Better link:

https://github.com/git-deploy/git-deploy

Yves


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