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From David Carr <DC...@commercehub.com>
Subject Re: update an application by blueprint
Date Thu, 11 Jun 2015 14:42:40 GMT
Makes sense to me.  I agree, this is a very tricky space.  I just wanted
to make sure there wasn┬╣t some existing approach to this that I was just
overlooking.

David M. Carr
Software Architect
CommerceHub

255 Fuller Road Suite 327
Albany, NY 12203
Phone 518.810.0700 x3832
http://www.commercehub.com




On 6/11/15, 10:37 AM, "Alex Heneveld" <alex.heneveld@cloudsoftcorp.com>
wrote:

>
>Hi David-
>
>You can change an existing deployment either through effectors (e.g.
>resize) or "Add Child" in the Advanced Tab -- but there is not support
>for a chef-live "converge" operation to make the deployment look as if
>it came from another blueprint.
>
>I hope this helps.  If you've got thoughts on how this should be done
>please share them.  In the general case this is a Very Hard Problem --
>imagine migrating from MySQL to Riak, or having software run as a
>different user -- but I think there is scope for investigating this in
>some cases, maybe proposing the list of operations which will effect the
>changes and running them.
>
>Best
>Alex
>
>
>On 11/06/2015 15:22, David Carr wrote:
>> After adding an application in Brooklyn (say, by a YAML blueprint), is
>> there a way to update the application from an updated blueprint without
>> destroying it and starting over?
>>
>> David M. Carr
>> Software Architect
>> CommerceHub
>>
>> 255 Fuller Road Suite 327
>> Albany, NY 12203
>> Phone 518.810.0700 x3832
>> http://www.commercehub.com
>>
>
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