I guess it's a stupid process ... resolved to change it to simple
'master' and 'develop' branches from which I deploy to the remote
server , whi did I try to make it complex...
On Jul 16, 8:50 am, erwin <kadou...@gmail.com> wrote:
> I don't know if the way I set my deployment is the cause , but I am
> getting this error when trying to deploy via Capistrano
> so first of all is my deployment stragtegy good or not ?
> I have 2 branches 'staging' and 'stable' (local & remote) from
> where I deploy unto 2 sites : staging.mydomain.com / www.mydomain.com
> my development process is :
> STEP 1: after local tests
> - git commit -am 'tests ok'
> - git push origin master"
> STEP 2: then I need to test live on the staging web server
> - git co staging
> - git merge master
> - git push origin staging
> deploy branch 'staging' in staging phase
> If more tests needed, I come back to STEP 1, until staging is working
> as per requirements
> if staging is running fine,
> STEP 3:
> - git co stable
> - git merge master (should I l merge from 'staging' ?)
> - git push origin stable
> deploy branch 'stable' in production phase
> I have no issue in STEP 1 and STEP 2, but after an initial STEP3
> deployment, I get errors trying to do other production deployment
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