I’m just putting the feelers out there for any users who have an automated update procedure for manager under linux.
I’ve noticed a few people did some work and made some scripts but most of them are old and relied on old data that’s no longer present (like the current app version that I still have bookmarked! might be time to get rid of that!).
A workflow would obviously be something along the lines:
- pull the latest version number
- make a backup of the current database
- download the new version
- kill the current process
- extract (usually in place, but could be a new location)
- restart the process
I currently do all this manually. If anyone has written a bash script for it and would like to share, that would be appreciated.
(Now, I just have to remember the password to my server. That’s the only problem with SSH keys, the lack of typing a password makes it easier to forget, and I have forgotten lol)