Pulling Updates From Git On Running Project
I have a laravel app deployed on an apache2 server in an ubuntu VM. It took an awful lot of time to set up, but I would like to make some more changes to the website, e.g. now I added a footer.
Is it safe / possible to just
pull in the repository so the updates get installed on the project and then restart apache?
I did google but haven't found anything specific, hence why I am asking here.
Since it took so long to setup I am scared that I break something.
Yes, you can pull your code and run these commands to remove your old version caches.
php artisan view:clear php artisan route:clear php artisan cache:clear php artisan view:cache php artisan route:cache
you didn't need to restart your apache service.
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