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 Webuzo create staging site on 2nd webuzo server, New staging option in Webuzo 2.7.1 (3 Replies, Read 1315 times)
jcsv75
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Hi,

With Webuzo 2.7.1 I noticed a new option to create a staging copy of an existing site. This is really great and it works well!

My question is if this could be made to work also with a remote webuzo server ?

FYI, I have 2 VPS's running identical copies of Webuzo. Server one is my 'Live' server with the fastest speed. Server 2 is my 'Backup' server with more disk space but slower. I would love to be able to create 'staging copies' on Server 2 and push them Live to Server 1.

Thanks for considering this.

Kind regards,
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nikhil.m
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Hi jcsv75,

Thanks for the suggestion I will pass this on to the Dev team.
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jcsv75
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Thanks for taking this idea into consideration.

As an additional thought, maybe the staging function could be included into Ammps as well ?

This would allow to develop a site locally and 'Push it Live' to a Webuzo server. That would be really helpfull.

Thanks again,
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nikhil.m
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Hi jcsv75,

>>As an additional thought, maybe the staging function could be included into Ammps as well ?
>>This would allow to develop a site locally and 'Push it Live' to a Webuzo server. That would be really helpfull

Great suggestion, integrating local and remote applications to work seamlessly would be good User experience.

Edited by nikhil.m : September 5, 2018, 8:21 am
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