[wp-hackers] multiple databases vs different database prefixes
kenzaraque at gmail.com
Fri Aug 27 16:39:25 UTC 2010
@Mike : Thank you for the link. I posted my question there.
can you give me a gist of what these hiccups were?
maybe a fully automated deployment procedure is not possible with WP MS.
I'm having difficulty looking for best practices for site deployment in MS.
On Wed, Aug 25, 2010 at 10:55 AM, Cornelius, Gregory <gcorne at bu.edu> wrote:
> This is not for the feint of heart, especially if the environments are
> hooked up to different databases and the global tables (wp_blogs, wp_site,
> etc...) are not synchronized.
> I have been working with a group of developers on a large MPMU installation
> for a couple years, and we still don't have an ideal setup for prod,
> staging, test, devel, and development branches. We are getting closer, but
> there have been lots of hiccups along the way.
> Two improvements that I would like to see happen are: an API for
> fetching/modifying blog settings (including widgets/sidebars) across a
> number of blogs in one fell swoop and a fully supported method for
> bootstrapping WordPress in a PHP script from the CLI .
> On Aug 23, 2010, at 10:57 AM, Jeremy Clarke wrote:
> > On Fri, Aug 20, 2010 at 3:38 PM, ken zarque <kenzaraque at gmail.com>
> >> After installing WP with MS turned on, we ran into this question "How do
> >> deploy single sites in an MS environment from one environment to
> >> This is because we have a dev, staging and production environment.
> >> Note: Should I be asking this on a separate thread?
> > Yes. It is a different (though related) can of worms. I am very
> > in the answers people give you though, as you're asking about the most
> > obnoxious part of MS deployment.
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