|does it make sense to have a plan file when your app is in pickup dir? [message #665828]
||Sat, 16 April 2011 12:24
Registered: April 2011
I might be misunderstanding something here, but what is the practice when deploying an application in virgo server.
I want to be able to update my app during runtime in case I want to push some minor fixes without shutting down the whole server, so I put my bundles in the pickup directory.
But during startup, I want to enforce an ordering in the deployment of the bundles, which I've read can be accomplished using a plan file. Unfortunately, it also mentions that artifacts in the plan file should be in repository/usr directory (userregion) - does this mean I can't update it by copying over the bundle?.
Is there a way for me to achieve the deployment ordering while still being able to dynamically update the bundle by copying over it?
Thanks in advance for any clarifications.
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