[Setup] What happens if something goes wrong?

afewtips afewtips at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 19:48:31 UTC 2008

It is very important to maintain a development site and a production site.
Things can get very out of sync and a real big pain to fix if you are not
careful with modifications and product installations.
Everything should be stable in development and then moved to production.
That is probably the best preventive medicine. Plone does have more moving
parts than what I have been exposed to in the php world.

grahamperrin wrote:
> <http://plone.org/support> 
> ranworthboy wrote:
>> I guess to really protect against something going badly wrong, the best
>> thing is to ensure daily back-ups are done. In which case, is there a
>> "best practise" for this?
> <http://plone.org/documentation/how-to/backup-plone>
> If you have a modern buildout-enabled installation of Plone, then some of
> that how-to may be a little outdated. Focus primarily on the repozo
> approach to backing up.
> Regards
> Graham

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