Commit 3c5b2076 authored by totten's avatar totten


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## Development branches
www-prod should always be on the master branch. Developments should happen on seperate branches and merged to master when ready to deploy.
www-prod should track the master branch. Developments should happen on seperate branches and be merged to master when ready to deploy.
## Custom modules
All custom modules should be added to the sites/all/modules/custom directory and follow the naming convention civicrm_org_module_name.
## Releases is served from www-prod. All files are owned by the co user. To release new code on the master branch, do something like this: is served from www-prod. All source-code is owned by the co user. To do a release, use the latest code from the master branch to create a tag and then check out the tag on www-prod, e.g.
user@www-prod~$ cd /var/www/civicrm-website-org
user@www-prod/var/www/civicrm-website-org$ sudo -s -u co
co@www-prod/var/www/civicrm-website-org$ git pull
localhost$ ssh www-test
me@www-test$ sudo -u co -H bash
co@www-test$ cd /var/www/civicrm-website-org/
co@www-test$ git checkout master
co@www-test$ git pull
co@www-test$ ./ origin
## Make a mental note of the tag name (e.g. "deploy-2014-10-15-22-42")
localhost$ ssh www-prod
me@www-prod$ sudo -u co -H bash
co@www-prod$ cd /var/www/civicrm-website-org/
co@www-prod$ git fetch origin
## Checkout the appropriate tag, e.g.
co@www-prod$ git checkout deploy-2014-10-15-22-42
#Syncing to test and local environments
This process gives a clear trail of the timeline for code that has been deployed on www-prod -- which can assist in future debugging/auditing.
# Syncing to test and local environments
Syncing to www-test and local development environments is done in the standard way (mysqldump and restore the databases and rsync/copy the files). You can then do a git pull (and so on) to check out appropriate code.
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You should not need to worry about backing up the www-test database because no important data should be stored there (see development workflow above).
#Local development environments
# Local development environments
You can develop locally as long as you are not storing any unencrypted personal data in your local development environment.
Drupal and CiviCRM databases can be encrypted on before being transferred to local development environments.
# Upgrades
Upgrades (especially CiviCRM upgrades) should be tested locally and on the test infrastructure before being carried out on the production server.
Put the site into maintanence mode before upgrading
#CiviCRM customisations
# CiviCRM customisations
Any CiviCRM customisations should be places in the php and templates directory rather than being directly overwritted in order to make it easy to keep track of customisations through upgrades.
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