Is there an easy way to just rsync files that were changed since the last commit?
Because now there is Pipelines Deployments and I do not like the fact that I am rsyncing my whole website while I only need a few files that were changed.
Does anyone know a way to do this?
Yes, true, but since the environment that I am syncing to, has been updated last week (for example). And my Docker image has just been created. The files on the Docker images, are ALWAYS newer than the files on the environment that I want to sync to.
So I can not choose to just sync changed files, since every single file in my docker images, always has a newer date than the files on the server, since those were already there before I started the Docker images.
So how am I going to fix that?
This still is not enough, I got this command right now:
rsync -hvrPtu --checksum --delete --filter="merge filter.txt" ../build/ $ACC_USER@$ACC_HOST:$ACC_PATH
with this in the filter.txt
P public_html/sites/default/files/*** P config/*** P config/** P config/* P config/ P config P private_html/*** P private_html/** P private_html/* P private_html/ P private_html + public_html/*** + config/*** - *** - **.gitkeep
But it deletes the whole domain directory, so including the private_html symlink and a whole lot more.
Also, when deploying a newer version of Drupal, it doesn't sync anything. Just some folders, and that while the whole core was changed.
Any other ideas?
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