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Sync environment

Project description

Management command to sync environment data.

Syncs database and media, for example when deploying an acceptance environment.

Quick Start

  • pip install django-datasync
  • add ‘datasync’ to INSTALLED APPS
  • configure settings
DATASYNC = {
    'HOST': '{{ remote_host_address }}',
    'PORT': {{ remote_ssh_port }}
    'USER': '{{ remote_username }}',
    'PASSWORD': '{{ remote_user_password }}',
    'MEDIA_REMOTE': '{{ remote_media_directory }}',
    'MEDIA_TARGET': '{{ local_media_directory }}',
    'DATABASE': {
        'HOST': '{{ db_host_address }}',
        'USER': '{{ db_username }}',
        'PASSWORD': '{{ db_password }}',
        'NAME': '{{ db_name }}',
        'PORT': {{ db_port }}
    },
}

You will now have access to the management command ‘sync_environment’. Run that command from the target machine, perhaps as a cron job. Or add to ansible-playbooks setup.

Supported Databases: Postgres.

You will also have to edit the following postgres conf file in order to allow access from your target machine(s)

/etc/postgresql/9.3/main/pg_hba.conf

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