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From Apache Wiki <wikidi...@apache.org>
Subject [Myfaces Wiki] Update of "Deploying the Webpage of MyFaces" by SimonKitching
Date Mon, 17 Dec 2007 12:24:38 GMT
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The following page has been changed by SimonKitching:
http://wiki.apache.org/myfaces/Deploying_the_Webpage_of_MyFaces

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- Usually, the webpage should deploy automatically.
+ == Publishing the site via Continuum ==
  
- If it doesn't, try to login to minotaur.apache.org and execute the following
- command:
+ Usually, the webpage should deploy automatically. The !MyFaces continuum server is configured
+ to rebuild every project nightly, and to also deploy any site modifications.
  
- /www/myfaces.apache.org/deploy.sh
+ If you need to push out a new site urgently, then log on to the continuum server and execute
+ a "build immediately" command.
  
- A few hours after executing this, the webpage should have been replicated to
- its destination.
+ The site is initially deployed to minotaur.apache.org (aka people.apache.org). From there
+ a periodic task transfers it to the main apache site and mirrors, so it can take a few hours
+ for a new site to be visible to the public.
  
+ The continuum server can be found at:
+   http://myfaces.zones.apache.org:8080/continuum
+ 
+ == Publishing the site manually ==
+ 
+ It should be possible to run this locally:
+   mvn clean site-deploy
+ 
+ If your local username is not the same as your account on minotaur.apache.org, then you
can
+ add an entry in your maven settings.xml file to specify logon details. See the release
+ procedures page on this wiki for details.
+ 
+ You will also need to be in the "myfaces" unix group in order to be able to write to the
+ necessary directories.
+ 

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