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  • Plugin Author Artem Livshits


    Hi guille76,

    The WordPress to Cloud solution currently keeps data in S3, but not source code. I.e. whatever WordPress stores in the database, ends up stored in S3, but the php files and such are stored on the Web tier.

    In the future we might implement storing source code in S3, but for now syncing code from a repository is the way to go. Using source code repository has other benefits too, such as change tracking, branch management, etc. so at a certain scale you’d probably want to have a source code repository anyway, so that you know what exactly you have on the web servers, and who and when made what changes.

    Thanks for your great answer now it is very clear the way to go 🙂

    Just one more promise, this is my double check: am now on phpMyAdmin an tell me there is an new version.. does ClouSE take care of it?, do i have to upgrade phpmyadmin manually? or just let it is as the current version.

    thanks again

    Plugin Author Artem Livshits


    Handling of software upgrades is not changed with ClouSE. Generally, you’d have to check for upgrades and decide when you want to install them.

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