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Deploying WordPress with Capistrano

Deploying WordPress with Capistrano Part 3: Backing Up and Restoring MySQL

So you’ve been through the first two parts of the series and if not, here’s part 1 and here’s part two. In this third part we’ll go over backing up and restoring your WordPress database via Capistrano tasks and we’ll finally see how to attach our backup task to the main deployment task for automatic … Permalink


WordPress and Capistrano

Deploying WordPress with Capistrano Part 2: Staging Servers, Tagging & Database Security

In the first part of this tutorial we met Capistrano — a command line utility to deploy your web application. We went through the process of installing Capistrano and “capifying” WordPress, a new look at the WordPress configuration file and the shared uploads directory. Today we’ll dig deeper into Capistrano and cover three topics that … Permalink


Deploying WordPress with Capistrano

Tutorial: Deploying WordPress with Capistrano

Capistrano is a command line utility for deploying web applications to one or more servers. It was primarily developed for Ruby on Rails applications, but applicable to all sorts of web applications these days, including of course WordPress. Honestly, I discovered Capistrano a couple of weeks ago during Mark Jaquith’s talk at WordCamp San Francisco … Permalink