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Erik Taylor

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    Erik Taylor commented  · 

    Sometimes, once you've swapped into production and you're happy, you want to back track that down the line so you don't have to redeploy the staging or dev over an old copy of production that has now been swapped into your dev or staging. Especially since things can change from interaction within the deployment, i.e. wordpress and also services and other things coming up from dev machines. So, dev <-> staging <-> production, then production => staging => dev (maybe) and I didn't have to run a large deploy operation which could take a lot of time, but test and admins (like those maybe testing updates/plugins on wordpress) have a production copy to work against in staging while I'm fiddling with things in Dev.. stuff like that :)

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