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We will go step-by-step through the process of moving a site to production later in the chapter. To recap, there are a number of issues to consider and actions to take when moving a site to production:
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Disabling all nonessential modules, especially development tools Configuring site permissions Changing the password of user #1 and any developer accounts Enabling and configuring the site for production
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Before we start any step-by-step tutorials, I will spend a few paragraphs discussing the actual process. You have a site that you have been developing called dev. Once the site is ready to be moved to production, you are going to move it first to a test environment to prepare the site for production. This test environment should be an exact replica of your production environment; if you are using cPanel, you want the test environment to be in the same directory that the production site will be located. When the site is moved to test, you are making a copy of the database and files of your dev site, placing them in a new directory and database, and pointing a subdomain to that test site. After you have moved the site to your test environment, you then prepare the site for production, doing all the things discussed in the previous section. This test site will become your production site; when the site is ready for production, you will point http://example.com to this installation. In a nutshell, the dev test prod process looks like this: 1. 2. 3. Copy the files and database of the dev site to a test environment, which should be an exact replica of your production environment. Configure the test site for production. When the test site is ready, repoint http://example.com to the test installation.
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I also need to emphasize the conceptual nature of this process and that the process I m outlining may differ according to your setup. Some people advocate a preproduction environment so that sites go from dev test preproduction production. Other people (myself included) have multiple servers, one for development and testing and one for production. The main point to understand is that regardless of your server setup, you should never, ever make configuration changes to a production site. I also want to point out that using cPanel to manage your staging environments is compatible with file versioning software such as Subversion or Git. I use cPanel because it s a relatively easy way to manage server configuration, plus it allows me to provide my clients with an easy-to-use interface for their server. I have used cPanel hand in hand with Subversion for many years and am very satisfied with the results. I still follow the process outlined earlier, but I use Subversion to check out files to the different staging environments. To learn more about Subversion, I highly recommend the book Practical Subversion, Second Edition, by Daniel Berlin and Garrett Rooney. There is also a good question posted to Slashdot, with insight from many users, on how to configure a dev/test/prod environment: http://ask. slashdot.org/story/09/10/20/1733228.
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Earlier I mentioned you minimally need two versions of a site (dev and prod) when developing; many development shops use more, including a version for each developer and possibly a testing site used before pushing code and/or database changes to production. In this section, I will discuss how to set up and configure cPanel so you can have multiple instances of a site and easily push your development site from dev to prod. Here is a quick snapshot of how the process of setting up a staging site works: 1. 2. 3. 4. Create a copy of the entire Drupal codebase, and rename it. Create a new database, and dump data from the source database into it. Point a subdomain, such as test.example.com, to the new Drupal codebase. Make a few configuration changes to Drupal.
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At this point, you will have two instances of the same site. Let s go!
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