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Docker Compose vs. Dockerfile - which is better? - Stack Overflow
good explantory accepted answer. other answers also good - explaining about having dockerfile per component and then using docker compose to build the entire app.

also explains that different deployment platforms can build the app from the dockerfiles in different ways as required.
docker  compose  dockerfile  computing  deployment  platform  dockercompose  configurationmanagement 
may 2018 by therobyouknow
Composer: It’s All About the Lock File
Install or Update?

People often get confused as to whether they should install or update. Once you start to think about them as acting upon the lock file instead of the dependencies, things become much easier to think about.

Running composer install will:
- Check if a composer.lock exists
- If not, perform a composer update to create one
- If composer.lock exists, install the specified versions from the lock file

Running composer update will:
- Check composer.json
- Determine the latest versions to install based on your version specs
- Install the latest versions
- Update composer.lock to reflect the latest versions installed
php  composer  cli  deployment  computing  web  dev  install  update  composer.lock  composer.json  lock  exact  recommended  dependencies  dependency 
april 2017 by therobyouknow
Read only mode | Drupal.org
Read Only Mode provides an alternate to the built in Maintenance Mode in Drupal. Instead of displaying a static text file to users while the site is in maintenance mode, Read Only Mode will allow access (reading) of new content while preventing the addition of new content (posting / submitting forms / etc).

This allows the site to remain functional while maintenance is performed. This module also provides messaging to users and administrators to indicate that the site is in maintenance mode.

This module is intended for site administrators and developers. The module provides a great way to lock down or freeze a production server so that maintenance or large deployments can occur without taking the site offline. In a typical example, Read Only Mode is activated on the production server, the database is copied to a development server where work is done, and then the database is pushed back to the production server and Read Only Mode disabled.
readonlymode  readonly  contrib  drupal  computing  web  dev  cms  deployment  module 
november 2015 by therobyouknow
Environmental indicator | Drupal.org
discontinued - merged into environment_indicator module
drupal  deployment  site  release  web  dev  cms  computing  module  contrib  environment 
may 2015 by therobyouknow
Ubuntu 10.04.1 LTS (Lucid Lynx)
Location of Alternate install CD ISO image Download. This alternate CD provides advanced install options not available in the usual LiveCD.
alternate  install  cd  10.04  download  linux  opensource  ubuntu  lucid  iso  image  cd-rom  cdrom  computing  os  operatingsystem  grub  grub2  settings  setup  configuraton  advanced  custom  flexible  automation  automate  deployment  partition  boot  multi-boot  encryption  truecrypt  multi  drive  harddisk  disk 
september 2010 by therobyouknow
Software versioning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
I like this approach, as drupal uses it and it is quite clear: "major and minor numbers, along with an alphanumeric string denoting the release type, i.e. "alpha", "beta" or "release candidate". A release train using this approach might look like 0.5, 0.6, 0.7, 0.8, 0.9 == 1.0b1, 1.0b2 (with some fixes), 1.0b3 (with more fixes) == 1.0rc1 (which, if it is stable enough) == 1.0. If 1.0rc1 turns out to have bugs which must be fixed, it turns into 1.0rc2, and so on. The important characteristic of this approach is that the first version of a given level (beta, RC, production) must be identical to the last version of the release below it: you cannot make any changes at all from the last beta to the first RC, or from the last RC to production. If you do, you must roll out another release at that lower level."
software  versioning  version  release  numbering  number  computing  development  convention  howto  programming  reference  issue  versioncontrol  control  deployment  system 
march 2010 by therobyouknow
Death to Manual Deployments!
Are your software projects stumbling over the deployment hurdle? If so, you are not alone. Many enterprise software projects struggle achieving consistent deployment across their environments from Test to UAT to Staging to Production. Consistent deployments must account for differences between environments; coordinate development teams and environment owners; balance schedule pressures; and create the requisite audit trail. When these challenges are compounded by error prone, inconsistent and inefficient manual processes, achieving a consistent deployment can seem impossible. The cost of this struggle is lost time, late breaking defects, and uncertainty.
software  project  deployment  enterprise  consistent  environment  test  uat  staging  production  user  acceptance  testing  coordinate  development  team  ownership  schedule  requisite  audit  trail  audittrail  inconsistent  inefficient  process  cost  struggle  late  uncertainty  defect  cm  configuration  management  configurationmanagement  towatch  computing  work 
february 2010 by therobyouknow
DoctypeChanger is a Java class that lets you add, modify or remove a DOCTYPE declaration from a byte stream as it is fed into an XML parser.
DoctypeChanger is a Java class that lets you add, modify or remove a DOCTYPE declaration from a byte stream as it is fed into an XML parser. Great for standalone offline setups that require local DTD validation and not dependent on a network as usually pa
change  doctype  dtd  java  library  remove  xml  local  resource  jar  offline  validation  validate  schema  non  network  standalone  document  type  definition  dom  sax  intercept  bypass  custom  setup  contained  self  tool  modify  utility  class  free  opensource  open  source  code  programming  software  parse  parser  declaration  independent  deployment  convenience 
april 2008 by therobyouknow

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