Re-bootstrap data container in a split setup?


(Jakob Borg) #1

I’m running a split setup (data and web_only containers). This makes it easy and quick to update the web container with minimal downtime. :+1:

However, I noticed today that the web container I’m running is based on samsaffron/discourse 1.0.10 while the data container is based on samsaffron/discourse 1.0.6. Presumably, at some point, it would be a good idea to update the data container as well.

What’s the recommended process there? Shut down the web container, destroy, bootstrap and launch a new data container, then launch the web container again? Are there any gotchas related to the update, in terms of not screwing up my data…?


(Kane York) #2

If that’s correct, which it seems to be, that would be:

./launcher stop web && ./launcher rebuild data && ./launcher start web

(Jeff Atwood) #3

Is this correct @sam?


(Jakob Borg) #4

The recipe above seems to have done it’s thing with no adverse effects.


(Sam Saffron) #5

Yes that is correct,

stop web
rebuild data
rebuild web


(Sam Saffron) #6