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I hope that some of this make sense and that someone with good nerves could give me advice or two. I know this is somewhat simmilar with http://drupal.stackexchange.com/questions/24777/disadvantages-of-staging-dev-production-using-drush-rsync-vs-git(dis)advantages of staging dev->production using 'drush rsync' vs 'git'? but it differs in some details very important to me.

I hope that some of this make sense and that someone with good nerves could give me advice or two. I know this is somewhat simmilar with http://drupal.stackexchange.com/questions/24777/disadvantages-of-staging-dev-production-using-drush-rsync-vs-git but it differs in some details very important to me.

I hope that some of this make sense and that someone with good nerves could give me advice or two. I know this is somewhat simmilar with (dis)advantages of staging dev->production using 'drush rsync' vs 'git'? but it differs in some details very important to me.

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Now, I am thinking about strategies to propagate those changes on live. I was thinking to modifiy post-receive in such manner, that if "dev" branch is pushed from my local @dev to central repo, code is only propagated in webroot of Stage@stage server. But if iI push "master" branch, code would be propagated in webroot of Stage@stage server, and drush syncrsync would be triggered to do syncing from @stage to @live. Remote @live site, in that case, does not need to have git installed.

I guess it could be done this way (I am testing this workflow already), but I am also considering would it be any gain if git repo would live on @live site too; and if answer is yes, how could I implement that safely (@live is already populated with stable state, but has no git(could have if needed)).

Now, I am thinking about strategies to propagate those changes on live. I was thinking to modifiy post-receive in such manner, that if "dev" branch is pushed from my local @dev to central repo, code is only propagated in webroot of Stage server. But if i push "master" branch, code would be propagated in webroot of Stage server, and drush sync would be triggered to do syncing from @stage to @live. Remote @live site in that case does not need to have git installed.

I guess it could be done this way (I am testing this workflow already), but I am also considering would it be any gain if git repo would live on @live site too; and if answer is yes, how could I implement that safely (@live is already populated with stable state, but has no git).

Now, I am thinking about strategies to propagate those changes on live. I was thinking to modifiy post-receive in such manner, that if "dev" branch is pushed from my local @dev to central repo, code is only propagated in webroot of @stage server. But if I push "master" branch, code would be propagated in webroot of @stage server, and drush rsync would be triggered to do syncing from @stage to @live. Remote @live site, in that case, does not need to have git installed.

I guess it could be done this way (I am testing this workflow already), but I am also considering would it be any gain if git repo would live on @live site too; and if answer is yes, how could I implement that safely (@live is already populated with stable state, but has no git(could have if needed)).

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Git workflow from dev to live when central repo is in local network

I use @dev - @stage - @live workflow, managed with drush rsync and drush aliases to update code, syncing db down from @live to @dev / @stage to have recent state.

Recently, I am trying to implement very simple git workflow into it, to secure revisioning of my code. I am not git power user, so I can bear only simple workflow for a good clean simple start (as a single dev I can be spared of situations where many devs are merging/resolving etc.)

There is my local machine (@dev), and staging machine (@stage) that are in my local environment (parties that need to review/QA changes have intranet access to staging machine); @live machine is remote one, and code is drush rsynced to it.

Now, My Local @dev and @stage are not exposed to internet, (can push, but one cannot connect to them from outside)

I have choosen to create "central repo" on @stage machine. I followed strategy simmilar to this: http://toroid.org/ams/git-website-howto . There is bare repo and webroot. Then I cloned from that "central repo" to my @dev machine. When I commit and push to origin from @dev, there is post-receive hook that populates webroot of @stage server with new code state. It is then reviewed, QA-ed.

Now, I am thinking about strategies to propagate those changes on live. I was thinking to modifiy post-receive in such manner, that if "dev" branch is pushed from my local @dev to central repo, code is only propagated in webroot of Stage server. But if i push "master" branch, code would be propagated in webroot of Stage server, and drush sync would be triggered to do syncing from @stage to @live. Remote @live site in that case does not need to have git installed.

I guess it could be done this way (I am testing this workflow already), but I am also considering would it be any gain if git repo would live on @live site too; and if answer is yes, how could I implement that safely (@live is already populated with stable state, but has no git).

I cannot go to remote @live server and clone from central repo (that is on my @stage machine) because @stage is not exposed to internet (it could be in future, as new devs will probably join to work on project, and will need to clone from that, but for now, it needs to stay local). I am searching for way to push from central repo to @live on when master is updated. Maybe same post-receive that updates @stage after master is being pushed from @dev, can trigger pushing to @live (instad rsyncing to @live?). But how I could initialize repo on @live, bearing in mind central repo is not accessible over net ?

As a side question, is git friendly when I decide to change the whole proccess (for example, move my "central repo" on BitBucket or anoter remote site, more devs join in...?

I also noticed that git cloning does not keep any of interesting user:group privileges, and pushing code could propagate that "lost" file permissions, is this of some concern (I am not version controlling files and such, that is in .gitignore) ? Yet agian I could always run some commands to regain those privileges as in http://drupal.org/node/244924 but I am not sure if this is best practice.

I hope that some of this make sense and that someone with good nerves could give me advice or two. I know this is somewhat simmilar with http://drupal.stackexchange.com/questions/24777/disadvantages-of-staging-dev-production-using-drush-rsync-vs-git but it differs in some details very important to me.