heroku has a tool called "taps" that i use for this purpose; it's not
tied to the heroku service at all so you can use it to push/pull
databases from any where you like.

http://docs.heroku.com/taps
http://adamblog.heroku.com/past/2009/2/11/taps_for_easy_database_transfers/

On Sun, Dec 13, 2009 at 3:52 AM, Konstantin Antipin
<antipin.konstan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everybody,
> I am developing a blog for a customer using Radiant 0.8.1
> What is the usual way of deploying radiant to the production server?
>
> Since lot's of configuration is stored in the database, I need to overwrite
> db on the server with my development db (with capistrano it is not a
> problem).
> But this will work only if I am the only one who updates the website. And
> what if customer in a meanwhile has published new post? I need to merge
> databases somehow.
> There was a similar question some time ago (
> http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/167040 ), but there was no real
> conclusion...
>
> So, how do _you_ deploy your radiant website? How do you solve issue with
> "database merge"? This must have some simple answer, but I can't see one...
>
> my best,
> Konstantin
>
> PS It would be absolutely awesome if you share your capistrano recipe in
> case you use it ;)
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