[Setup] Re: What happens if something goes wrong?

Alexander Limi limi at plone.org
Sun Jul 13 14:16:16 UTC 2008

If you're running buildout, Reinout's backup recipe uses repozo, and takes  
care of pretty much everything:


— Alexander

On Wed, 02 Jul 2008 12:48:31 -0700, afewtips  
<afewtips at gmail.com> wrote:

> Also,
> 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 that how-to may be a little outdated.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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